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There are two more types of adjectives that are placed in front of the noun. Possessives and  demonstratives are very specific types of adjectives that are extremely useful. It is imperative to learn  how to use possessive adjectives and demonstrative adjectives to even approach mastery in the  language. Luckily, they are very easy to learn. Possessive adjectives Possessive adjectives  indicate the owner of the noun they modify. They are usually placed in front 
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Unformatted text preview: of the noun and must match the gender and number of the noun they describe, not the gender and number of the owner of the noun. Table 1 provides a complete list. Table 1. Possessive Adjectives in Front of a Noun mi, mis (my) nuestro, nuestra, nuestros, nuestras (our) tu, tus (your) vuestro, vuestra, vuestros, vuestras (your) su, sus (your) su, sus (your) su, sus (his) su, sus (their) su, sus (her) su, sus (their)...
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