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Adjetivos Posesivos. Indicate to whom something belongs In English the possessive adjectives are my, your, his, her, our, and their Possessive adjectives.

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1 Adjetivos Posesivos

2 Indicate to whom something belongs In English the possessive adjectives are my, your, his, her, our, and their Possessive adjectives have to agree with the noun that is being possessed. They DO NOT agree with the number of people possessing the object.

3 Las formas Adjetivos PosesivosItems Owned OneMore than one Owner(s) YoMi (my) mis Tútu (your informal) tus Él/Ella/Ud.su his,her,its,your (form.) sus Nosotrosnuestro nuestra (our) nuestros nuestras Vosotrosvuestro Vuestra (your informal) vuestros vuestras Ellos/Ellas/Uds.su their,your formal) sus * NUESTRO AND VUESTRO AGREE IN BOTH NUMBER AND GENDER!

4 In Spanish, the possessive adjective su hassu many possible meanings (his, her, its, your, their). Context usually makes the meaning clear. Ella habla con su mamá (She talks with her mom) Él habla con su mamá (he talks with his mom) Ellos hablan con su mamá (They talk with their mom)

5 Ejemplos: Our book = nuestro libro our books = nuestros libros Our pen = nuestra pluma our pens = nuestras plumas ONE MORE THAN ONE my backpack = mi mochila my backpacks= mis mochilas (inf.) your dog= tu perro your dogs= tus perros his/her paper = su papel his/her papers = sus papeles our book = nuestro libro our books = nuestros libros our pen = nuestra pluma our pens = nuestras plumas their paper = su papel their papers = sus papeles

6 Although possessive adjectives refers to the people in the first sentence, they agree with the noun that comes afterwards!!!!

7 Practicamos My pen Your books (informal) Our house Their dog My friends Your class (formal) His cousin Her eyes Mi pluma Tus libros Nuestra casa Su perro Mis amigos Su clase Su primo Sus ojos

8 Owner: Yo newspapers = los periódicos church = la iglesia

9 Owner: Tú hamburgers = las hamburguesas TV = la televisión telephone = el teléfono grandma = la abuela

10 Owner: Ana room = el cuarto feet = los pies cookies = las galletas

11 Owner: Nosotros street = la calle family = la familia children = los hijos

12 Owner: Los alumnos

13 The possessive construction In Spanish, you CANNOT use s to show possession Instead, you use the word DE to show possession, especially in cases where su/sus can be confusing. Ex: The girls book. El libro de la niña. (The book of the girl) Her book. = Su libro = El libro de ella

14 Possessive DE To say that someone or something belongs to someone or something else, invert the possessor and the thing possessed and put de between them. Ex: Our uncles book. El libro de nuerto tío. (The book of our uncle)

15 My friends house –La casa de mi amigo (The house of my friend) Our fathers office –La oficina de nuestro padre (The office of our dad) Juans dog –El perro de Juan (The dog of Juan) Monicas homework –La tarea de Monica (The homework of Monica Your (formal) car –El coche de Usted

16 Traduce al español: 1)Lauras pencil 2)Jack and Jills family 3)Jennifers homework 4)Daniels grandpa 5)The girls backpack 6)Your (plural) dogs 7)My moms sister 8)Our uncles car El lápiz de Laura La familia de Jack y Jill La tarea de Jennifer El abuelo de Daniel Los perros de Uds. La hermana de mi mamá El carro de nuesrto tío La mochila de la niña


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