2 You already know a form of possessive adjectives You already know a form of possessive adjectives. They agree in gender and number with the nouns they describe and always go in front of the noun.
3 my – mi/misyour – tu/tushis, her, their – su/susour – nuestro/nuestra/nuestros/nuestrasTus joyas son muy bonitas.Mi secador está roto.
4 Spanish possessive adjectives also have a long form that comes after the noun. mío/mía/míos/mías (mine)tuyo/tuya/tuyos/tuyas (yours)suyo/suya/suyos/suyas (his,hers,theirs)nuestro/nuestra/nuestros/nuestras (ours)
5 Ejemplos:Voy al partido con un amigo mío. I am going to the game with a friend of mine. ¿Vas al baile con unos amigos tuyos? Are you going to the dance with some friends of yours?
6 ¿Estas chaquetas son suyas. Are these jackets yours. (Uds ¿Estas chaquetas son suyas? Are these jackets yours? (Uds.) Sí, son nuestras. Yes, they are ours.
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