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  • 1. Possessive Pronouns Grammar Essential # 104
  • 2. Possessive Pronouns
    • What are possessive pronouns?
    • They are pronouns which show ownership.
    • Possessive adjectives describe the noun.
    • Possessive pronouns take the place of the noun.
  • 3. Possessive Adjective v. Pronouns
    • Adjective: My book is on the table
    • Pronoun : Mine is on the table.
    • Adjective: Your car is green.
    • Pronoun : Yours is green.
    • Adjective: Their house is the third house.
    • Pronoun : Theirs is the third house.
  • 4. Possessive Pronouns
    • Mine (know the gender and number of the noun you are replacing).
      • mío (m.s)
      • mía (f.s)
      • míos (m.pl)
      • mías (f.pl)
      • Ejamplo:
    • Adjective: My book is on the table
    • Mi libro está en la mesa.
    • Pronoun : Mine is on the table.
    • Mío está en la mesa.
  • 5. Possessive Pronouns
    • Yours [fam.s] (know the gender and number of the noun you are replacing).
      • tuyo (m.s)
      • tuya (f.s)
      • tuyos (m.pl)
      • tuyas (f.pl)
      • Ejamplo:
    • Adjective: Your book is on the table
    • Tu libro está en la mesa.
    • Pronoun : Yours is on the table.
    • Tuyo está en la mesa.
  • 6. Possessive Pronouns
    • His, Hers, Theirs, Yours [form.] (know the gender and number of the noun you are replacing).
      • suyo (m.s)
      • suya (f.s)
      • suyos (m.pl)
      • suyas (f.pl)
      • Ejamplo:
    • Adjective: Your book is on the table
    • Su libro está en la mesa.
    • Pronoun : Yours is on the table.
    • Suyo está en la mesa.
  • 7. Continued- his, hers, theirs, yours [form]
    • Adjective: His book is on the table
    • Su libro está en la mesa.
    • Pronoun : His is on the table.
    • Suyo está en la mesa.
    • Adjective: Her book is on the table
    • Su libro está en la mesa.
    • Pronoun : Hers is on the table.
    • Suyo está en la mesa.
    • Adjective: Their book is on the table
    • Su libro está en la mesa.
    • Pronoun : Theirs is on the table.
    • Suyo está en la mesa.
  • 8. Possessive Pronouns
    • Ours (know the gender and number of the noun you are replacing).
      • nuestro (m.s)
      • nuestra (f.s)
      • nuestros (m.pl)
      • nuestras (f.pl)
      • Ejamplo:
    • Adjective: Our book is on the table
    • Nuestro libro está en la mesa.
    • Pronoun : Ours is on the table.
    • Nuestro está en la mesa.
  • 9. Possessive Pronouns
    • Yours (fam. pl.) (know the gender and number of the noun you are replacing).
      • vuestro (m.s)
      • vuestra (f.s)
      • vuestros (m.pl)
      • vuestras (f.pl)
      • Ejamplo:
    • Adjective: Your book is on the table
    • Vuestro libro está en la mesa.
    • Pronoun : Yours is on the table.
    • Vuestro está en la mesa.
  • 10. Practice
    • Your (fam.) car is green.
    • Yours (fam.) is green.
    • Their house is the third house.
    • Theirs is the third house.
    • Our backpack is old.
    • Ours is old.
    • His magazines are on the sofa.
    • His are on the sofa.
  • 11. Practice- Answers
    • Tu coche es verde
    • Tuyo es verde.
    • Su casa es la tercera casa.
    • Suya es la tercera casa.
    • Nuestra mochila es vieja.
    • Nuestra es vieja.
    • Sus revistas están en el sofá.
    • Suyas están en el sofá.
  • 12. Worksheet
    • Due tomorrow!
    • Words that you don’t know are probably spelling words.