Possessive Adjectives

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Unformatted text preview: I. Possessive Adjectives & Pronouns- Possessive Adjectives – unstressed (short) forms Mi, mis – my nuestro(a,os,as) – our Tu, tus – your su, sus – their, your Su, sus – his, her, its, your Uses: 1. Possesive adjectives agree with the thing possessed and not with the possessor. The unstressed forms always precede the noun. i. El es cortes con mi mama. (He is polite with my mother) ii. Su hermano es muy listo (His brother is very clever.) 2. All possessive adjectives agree in # with the nouns they modify, but nuestro show gender as well as number. i. Nuestros padres van manana. (Our parents are going tomorrow) ii. Nuestra casa esta lejos del centro. (Our house is far from the city) 3. The possessive su has several meanings: his, her, its, your, or their. For clarification, su plus a noun is sometimes replaced by the article + noun + prep...
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