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  1. 1. Unidad Educativa Particular Mixta Julio María Matovelle Tema: DIFERENCIA ENTRE LOS PRONOMBRES POSESIVOS,PRONOMBRES PERSONALES Y PRONOMBRES OBJETOS. Alumna: Yomira Rosales Pardo Docente: Sandra Aguilar Curso: 3ero BGU Año Lectivo: 2013-2014
  2. 2. Personal pronouns Personal pronouns are pronouns that take the place of the subject of the sentence (as I, you, he, she, we, and they) For Example: In Spanish we say: I have a car or I have a car. However, in English, never could say: Have a car. You must wear the mandatory personal pronoun: I have a car. Pronombres personales (función de sujeto) Ejemplo Traducción ejemplo Play I yo Play I am ill. Yo estoy enfermo. Play You tú, usted Play You are tall. Tú eres alto. / Usted es alto. Play He él Play He is handsome. Él es guapo. Play She ella Play She is pretty. Ella es guapa. Play It ello (neutro) Play It is cold today. Hoy hace frío. Play We nosotros Play We are tired. Nosotros estamos cansados. Play You vosotros, ustedes Play You are angry. Vosotros estáis enfadados. Ustedes están enfadados. Play They ellos, ellas Play They are at the cinema. Ellos están en el cine.
  3. 3. Possessive adjectives English Possessive adjectives are: my, your, his, her, its, our, your, Their. They refer to who owns and not the possessed. Generally precede nouns. For example: ITS is possessive adjective for a single holder who does not have sex although grammatical gender: its table, your table (the of that house), its leaves, its leaves (those of that tree), its legs, its legs (those of the dog), its wheels, the wheels (those of that car). Pronombres posesivos (en función de determinante de sujeto) Ejemplo Traducción ejemplo Play My mi, mis Play This is myhouse. Ésta es mi casa. Play Your tu, tus (de tú) / su, sus (de usted) Play This is yourbook. Éste es tu libro. / Éste es su libro. Play His su, sus (de él) Play This is hisbicycle. Ésta es su bicicleta. Play Her su, sus (de ella) Play This is herdress. Éste es su vestido. Play Its su, sus Play This is its (the cat's) home. Ésta es su casa. (del gato) Play Our nuestro/a nuestros/as Play These are oursuitcases. Éstas son nuestras maletas. Play Your vuestro/a, vuestros/as, su, sus (de ustedes) Play These are yourseats. Éstos son vuestros asientos. Éstos son sus asientos. Play Their su, sus (de ellos) Play These are theirbooks. Éstos son sus libros.
  4. 4. Pronouns Objects Object pronouns are pronouns that receive the action of the verb. They come after the verb or after a preposition. After a verb I call her every day. (Le llamo (a ella) todos los días). After a preposition The present is for her. (El regalo es para ella). Pronombres personales (función de objeto) Ejemplo Traducción ejemplo Play Me mí Play Can you helpme? ¿Puedes ayudarme? Play You a tí, a usted Play I can help you. Puedo ayudarte. / Puedo ayudarle. Play Him a él Play Can you seehim? ¿Le puedes ver? Play Her a ella Play Give it to her. Dáselo a ella. Play It a ello Play Give it a kick. Dale una patada. Play Us a nosotros Play Can you seeus? ¿Nos puedes ver? Play You a vosotros, a ustedes Play I see you. Os veo. / Les veo. Play Them a ellos Play He can helpthem. Les puede ayudar.
  5. 5. In short personal pronouns are those which refer to people unlike grammatically possessive adjectives are those with pronouns or objects while they are used depending on the sentence. THANKS

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