Posesivosfill in the Blanks With the Appropriate Possessive Adjectives

Possessive adjectives in Spanish: my, your, his, her, its, our and their (Adjetivos posesivos)

Possessive adjectives in Spanish

Look at this table to larn nighAdjetivo posesivoin Spanish

English Masc sing Masc pl Fem sing Fem pl
my
mi


mis



mi



mis

your
tu

tus


tu



tus

your (formal)
su

sus


su



sus

his
su

sus


su



sus

her
su

sus


su



sus

its
su

sus


su



sus

our
nuestro

nuestros

nuestra


nuestras

your plural (vosotros)
vuestro

vuestros

vuestra

vuestras
your plural (ustedes)
su

sus


su



sus

their
su

sus


su



sus

Read and listen to these examples:

Él es

mi

hermano.



He is my brother.

Yo tengo

mis

plantas verdes.



I take my greenish plants.

¿Tienes

tu

camiseta?



Practise yous accept your T-shirt?

Tú estudias con

tus

compañeros de clase.



You written report with your classmates.

El perro tiene

su

hueso.



The dog has its os.

Rubén tiene

su

libro.



Rubén has his book.

Lucía tiene

sus

libros.



Lucía has her books.

Manuel canta con

sus

amigos.



Manuel sings with his friends.

Usted tiene

su

guitarra.



Yous have your guitar.

Los pájaros son

sus

animales favoritos.



Birds are your favourite animals. [“your” refers to “usted”]

Ellos tienen

su

propio coche.



They have their ain car.

Belén tiene

sus

sábanas de seda.



Belén has her silk bed sheets.

La moda italiana es

nuestro

modelo.



Italian fashion is our model.

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El juego es

nuestra

adicción.



Gambling is our habit.

Tomás y Marcos son

nuestros
cantantes favoritos.



Tomás and Marcos are our favourite singers.

Laura y Nerea son

nuestras

primas.



Laura and Nerea are our cousins.

El chico es

vuestro

primo.



The boy is your cousin. [your refers to “vosotros”]

El pop es

vuestra

música preferida.



Pop is your favourite music. [your refers to “vosotros”]

Inés tiene

vuestros

lápices.



Inés has your pencils. [your refers to “vosotros”]

Yo no tengo

vuestras

camisas.



I don’t take your shirts.

Usted necesita mostrar
su
pasaporte.



You need to prove
your
passport.

¿Tienen ustedes
sus
maletas en la consigna?



Do you accept
your

suitcases in the cloakroom?

In Castilian,

su

and

sus

can refer tosix unlike owners:

  1. he
  2. she
  3. information technology
  4. you [usted]
  5. yous [ustedes]
  6. they

You lot demand to work out the possessor by the context.

Possesive adjectives also take a long course that is the same every bit the
Pronombre posesivo. It is more expressive. You use information technology, for example, when talking of a special friend or relative.

Un amigo
mío.



A friend of mine.

Unlike the regular possessive adjective forms
mi,
tu, su, and their plurals,
the long course follows the substantive.See also Spanish long course possessive adjectives (my, your, his, her, our, their)

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Yo no tengo

vuestras

camisas.



I don’t have your shirts.

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Tú estudias con

tus

compañeros de clase.



You study with your classmates.

El chico es

vuestro

primo.



The boy is your cousin. [your refers to “vosotros”]

Rubén tiene

su

libro.



Rubén has his book.

La moda italiana es

nuestro

modelo.



Italian fashion is our model.

Laura y Nerea son

nuestras

primas.



Laura and Nerea are our cousins.

Yo tengo

mis

plantas verdes.



I accept my green plants.

Los pájaros son

sus

animales favoritos.



Birds are your favourite animals. [“your” refers to “usted”]

El juego es

nuestra

adicción.



Gambling is our addiction.

Usted tiene

su

guitarra.



You have your guitar.

El perro tiene

su

hueso.



The dog has its bone.

¿Tienen ustedes
sus
maletas en la consigna?



Exercise y’all have
your

suitcases in the cloakroom?

¿Tienes

tu

camiseta?



Do you lot have your T-shirt?

Ellos tienen

su

propio coche.



They have their ain machine.

El pop es

vuestra

música preferida.



Pop is your favourite music. [your refers to “vosotros”]

Manuel canta con

sus

amigos.



Manuel sings with his friends.

Un amigo
mío.



A friend of mine.

Usted necesita mostrar
su
pasaporte.



You need to show
your
passport.

Él es

mi

hermano.



He is my brother.

Belén tiene

sus

sábanas de seda.



Belén has her silk bed sheets.

Inés tiene

vuestros

lápices.



Inés has your pencils. [your refers to “vosotros”]

Lucía tiene

sus

libros.



Lucía has her books.

Tomás y Marcos son

nuestros
cantantes favoritos.



Tomás and Marcos are our favourite singers.

Posesivosfill in the Blanks With the Appropriate Possessive Adjectives

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