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Unformatted text preview: Mon Ma Mes My Ton Ta Tes Your (informal) Son Sa Ses His/ Her/ Its Notre Notre Nos Our Votre Votre Vos Your (formal/plural) Leur Leur Leurs Their possessive articles, like all articles, must agree with the noun they modify. Thus, if the noun is feminine, the possessive article must be feminine, too. And if the noun is masculine, the possessive article must be masculine as well. Examples Masculine Singular Feminune Singular Plural Mon pre Ma mre Mes ami(e)s / parents Ton pre Ta mre Tes ami(e)s / parents Son pre Sa mre Ses ami(e)s /parents Notre pre Notre mre Nos ami(e)s / parents Votre pre Votre mre Vos ami(e)s / parents Leur pre Leur mre Leurs ami(e)s / parents *Ami Mon ami, Mon amie, Mes ami(e)s. The feminine form of amie takes Mon as its possessive determiner. (liason) (The same for amour ) *Famille Feminine! La (une) Famille Ma famille (not Mes famille)...
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