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Unformatted text preview: • Soy de Nicaragua. I am from Nicaragua. • El libro viene de la biblioteca. The book comes from the library. Possession There are no apostrophes in Spanish. Possession is indicated by using the preposition de . The item that is possessed is followed by de and the person who owns it. For example, the only way to say “Mark's car” is “ El coche de Marco. ” Here's another example: • Los libros de Diana son interesantes. Diana's books are interesting. To inquire about the possessor, you must use de in front of the question word quién. De quién is equivalent to the English question word “whose.” Check out these examples: • ¿De quién es la casa? Whose house is it? • Es la casa de Natalia. It's Natalia's house....
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- Fall '09
- Spanish, Nicaragua, Natalia, Lago, definite article el, frequently used prepositions, El libro viene