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  1. 1. Nombre: Roberth Romero Curso: 3ro de bachillerato en ciencia profesora: Año Lectivo 2013 - 2014 UNIDAD EDUCATIVA PARTICULAR MIXTA JULIO MARIA MATOVELLE
  2. 2. English Possessive adjectives are: my, your, his, her, its, our, your, Their. They refer to who owns and not the possessed. Generally precede nouns. my (mái) - mi, mis your (iór) - tu, tus / su, sus (de usted) his (jis) - su, sus (de él) her (jer) - su, sus (de ella) its (its) - su, sus (de algo) our (áuar) - nuestro/a/os/as your (iór) - su, sus (de ustedes/vosotros) their (dér) - su, sus (de ellos/as) Possessive Adjectives
  3. 3. I am a teacher. I like my job. Soy profesor. Me gusta mi trabajo. What is your name? ¿Cuál es tu nombre? examples
  4. 4. Personal pronouns in English are also known as personal pronouns or nominal subjects. They are those who refer to the grammatical persons. They are: I, you, he, she, it, we, you, THEY. I (ái) - yo you (iú) - tú / usted he (jí) - él she (shí) - ella it (it) - él /ello / ella (objeto) we (uí) - nosotros / nosotras you (iú) - ustedes / vosotros they (déi) - ellos / ellas Personal Pronouns
  5. 5. I am a teacher. (Yo) soy un profesor. You are not a teacher. (Tú) no eres profesor examples
  6. 6. English Possessive pronouns are: mine, yours, his, hers, ours, yours, theirs. Indicate possession and are invariable. Never preceded by an article. mine (máin) - (el/la/lo/los/las) mío/a míos/as yours (iórs) - (el/la/lo/los/las) tuyo/a tuyos/as his (jis) - (el/la/lo/los/las) suyo/a suyos/as hers (jers) - (el/la/lo/los/las) suyo/a suyos/as ours (áurs) - (el/la/lo/los/las) nuestro/a, nuestros/as yours (iórs) - (el/la/lo/los/las) de ustedes theirs (dérs) - (el/la/lo/los/las) suyo/a suyos/as Possessive Pronouns
  7. 7. Can you lend me a pencil? - I forgot mine. ¿Puedes prestarme un lápiz? - Olvidé el mío. Is this book yours? ¿Es tuyo este libro? examples

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