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Adjetivos posesivos en español

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mi libro
my book
tu libro
your (for a "tú") book
su libro
his book
sus libros
his books
su libro
her book
nuestra casa
our house
nuestro perro
our dog
nuestras clases
our classes
nuestros libros
our books
vuestras clases
your classes (to your friends in Spain)
su maestro
your teacher (to an "usted, to "Mr. Reed")
su tarea
her homework
tu casa
your house (to your friend)
tus lápices
your pencils (to your friend)
su pastel de cumpleaños
his birthday cake
nuestros perros
our dogs
sus gatos
your cats (to El Sr. y la Sra. Gómez)
su escuela
their school
nuestra escuela
our school
mi coche
my car
tus clases
your classes (to a friend)
nuestras notas
our grades
sus padres
their parents
mis abuelos
my grandparents
sus nietos
their grandchildren
mi primo
my cousin (a boy)
vuestros amigos
your friends (imagine you are saying this TO your friends in Spain!)
su familia
your family (to your friends Marcos and Ana and in Mexico)
sus tacos
their tacos
sus zapatos
her shoes
mis amigos
my friends
su mamá
his mom (mom= mamá)
tus primos
your cousins (to your friend)
su regla
his ruler
nuestros ojos
our eyes
tus notas
your grades (to your friend)
nuestra clase
our class
mi deporte favorito
my favorite sport
su dinero
her money (money = dinero)
mis ejercicios
my exercises
sus cuadernos
your workbooks (to a group of students)
su oficina
your office (to an "usted," to Mr. Reed!)
sus llaves
his keys
nuestros adjetivos posesivos
our possessive adjectives
tu comida
your food (to your friend)
mi opinión
my opinion (opinion = opinión)
vuestra familia
your family (to Carlos and Alberto in Spain)
sus mascotas
their pets
su cumpleaños
her birthday
mis colores favoritos
my favorite colors
mis zapatos
my shoes
mi zapato
my shoe
mi cumpleaños
my birthday
su tío
their uncle
our aunt
nuestra tía
sus sobrinos
his nephews
nuestro hotel
our hotel (hotel = el hotel - nice, eh?)
mi ropa
my clothes
nuestra pluma
our pen
tu pluma
your pen (to a friend)
mi pluma
my pen
su pluma
your pen (to an "usted," to Mr. Reed!)
su pluma
his pen
su pluma
her pen
vuestra pluma
your pen (to your friends in Spain)
su pluma
your pen (to your friends in Mexico, NOT SPAIN!)
su pluma
their pen