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Possessive adjectives are used to show ownership. mi libro my book tu pluma your pen There are five possessive adjectives. mi tu su nuestro vuestro Three possessive adjectives (mi, tu, su) have only two forms, singular and plural. mi mis tu tus su sus Possessive adjectives agree with the nouns they modify. That is, they agree with the thing possessed, not the possessor. mi libro my book mis libros my books tu pluma your pen tus plumas your pens
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Mi, tu and su do not have masculine and feminine forms. They stay the same, regardless of the gender of the nouns they modify. mi amigo mi amiga tus hermanos tus hermanas su libro sus plumas Mi means "my" ; tu means "your." Mi casa es tu casa. My house is your house. Su , like tu , can mean "your." The difference between your (tu) and your (su) lies in the degree of formality the speaker wishes to convey. Mi casa es tu casa. (speaking to someone you would address as "tú") Mi casa es su casa. (speaking to someone you would address as "usted")
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