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The order of the adjectives is the same as the order of the pronouns referring to the  owner. If the person who owns it is  yo,  the possessive adjective is  mi  or  mis . If the  owner is  tú,  the possessive adjective is  tu  or  tus . If the owner is  él, ella,  or  usted,  the  possessive adjective is  su  or  sus . Just remember that the number of the adjective  matches the number of the noun being owned, not the owner. Once you decide to use  the adjective  su,  you only make it plural if it is in front of a plural noun. It doesn't matter  how many people own the noun. If  they  own a book, “their book” is written  su libro . If  he  owns many books, “his books” is written  sus libros It's also tricky because the possessive adjective  su  is used to mean his, her, their, and  your. Remember that  él, ella  and  usted
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This note was uploaded on 11/06/2011 for the course SPAN 101 taught by Professor Oliveros during the Fall '09 term at Texas State.

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