PossessiveAdjectives
Possessive Adjectives          tell us…Who   owns something –It’s HIS bookTherelationship betweenpeople or things. –That...
Possessive Adjectives agree with     the noun they modify.It’s   MY aunt –Es mi tíaThey    are MY aunts –Son mis tías
NOT the person who possesses itOur   mother is a teacher –Nuestra madre es maestraOur   parents are teachers –Nuestros p...
MYSingular    Plural   Mi            Mis
Your (familiar tú)Singular      Plural   Tu              Tus
His, Her, Its Singular       Plural    Su              Sus
Your (formal Usted)Singular      Plural   Su             Sus
OURSingular      PluralNuestro (m)    Nuestros (m)Nuestra (f)    Nuestras (f)
Your (familiar plural Vosotros)Singular         PluralVuestro    (m)   Vuestros   (m)Vuestra    (f)   Vuestras   (f)
Your (formal plural Ustedes)Singular      Plural   Su              Sus
TheirSingular     Plural   Su               Sus
The possessive adjective onlybecomes plural is the noun theymodify is pluralEj. Their dog is big    Su perro es grande    ...
Nuestro/Vuestro        also agree in genderOur grandmother is 85 years old –Nuestra abuela tiene 85 años.Our   grandpare...
Let’s Practice1.(mi/mis) hermana      Mi2.(tu/tus) tíos         Tus3.(su/sus) hijos        Sus4.(su/sus) abuela       ...
6.(tu/tus) novio         Tu7.(nuestro/nuestra)      Nuestro  abuelo8 nuestros/nuestras      Nuestros  padres9.vuestro/v...
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Possessive adj power point 3 2

  1. 1. PossessiveAdjectives
  2. 2. Possessive Adjectives tell us…Who owns something –It’s HIS bookTherelationship betweenpeople or things. –That’s OUR cousin
  3. 3. Possessive Adjectives agree with the noun they modify.It’s MY aunt –Es mi tíaThey are MY aunts –Son mis tías
  4. 4. NOT the person who possesses itOur mother is a teacher –Nuestra madre es maestraOur parents are teachers –Nuestros padres son maestros
  5. 5. MYSingular Plural Mi Mis
  6. 6. Your (familiar tú)Singular Plural Tu Tus
  7. 7. His, Her, Its Singular  Plural Su Sus
  8. 8. Your (formal Usted)Singular Plural Su Sus
  9. 9. OURSingular PluralNuestro (m) Nuestros (m)Nuestra (f) Nuestras (f)
  10. 10. Your (familiar plural Vosotros)Singular PluralVuestro (m) Vuestros (m)Vuestra (f) Vuestras (f)
  11. 11. Your (formal plural Ustedes)Singular Plural Su Sus
  12. 12. TheirSingular Plural Su Sus
  13. 13. The possessive adjective onlybecomes plural is the noun theymodify is pluralEj. Their dog is big Su perro es grande Their dogs are nig Sus perros son grandes
  14. 14. Nuestro/Vuestro also agree in genderOur grandmother is 85 years old –Nuestra abuela tiene 85 años.Our grandparents live in Chicago - Nuestros abuelos viven en Chicago.
  15. 15. Let’s Practice1.(mi/mis) hermana  Mi2.(tu/tus) tíos  Tus3.(su/sus) hijos  Sus4.(su/sus) abuela  Su5.(mi/mis) primos  Mis
  16. 16. 6.(tu/tus) novio  Tu7.(nuestro/nuestra)  Nuestro abuelo8 nuestros/nuestras  Nuestros padres9.vuestro/vuestra  Vuestra nieta10.  Vuestras vuestros/vuestras sobrinas

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