Possessive adjectivesare used todesignate the ownerof anobject (e.g. my, your, his,her, its, our, their).
The reason is that in English thepossessive adjectives are infunction of the possessor and notof the possessed objec-This is my book.-These are my books.
• -I hurt my finger (No I hurt the finger).• -I lost my pen (No I lost the pen).The possessive adjective "its"refers to a holder and gender-neutral singular:• Its legs (of a dog).• Its wheels (of a car).
My father spent his life reading (Mi padrepasó su vida leyendo).She came to me in her despair (Ella vino amí en su desesperación).Her eyes were really beautiful (Sus ojoseran realmente hermosos).Certainly, yours is a very curious case (Porcierto, el suyo es un caso muy curioso).My son started his new life apart from ours(Mi hijo empezó su nueva vida aparte de lanuestra).
Last Sunday Tom decided to go to ............... grandparent’sfarm. Peter and Gina has a large areacovered with corn crops and a lot of animals. ...............hobbie was to brush the horses and ride them and Tomused to enjoy doing that when he was a child.He went by bus because ............... car was broken, a part of.............. engine was damage. The trip lasted many hoursand Tom was very tired, but excited.
These are___pencils___ brothers have come.The dog likes___foodThese are___Where are___shoes?Has__sister come?I have read___book.Who has seen___glasses?This is___house.___ brother hasnt seenme.Estos son tus lápicesMis hermanos han venidoAl perro le gusta su comidaEstos son los tuyos¿Dónde están tus zapatos?¿Ha venido mi hermanaYo he leído tu libro¿Quién ha visto mis gafas?Esta es su casa (de ellaTu hermano no me ha visto