50 terms

French: Possessive Adjectives & Family

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mon
my (masculine, singular/ singular vowel)
ma
my (feminine, singular)
mes
my (plural)
ton
your (masculine, singular)
ta
your (feminine, singular)
tes
your (plural)
son
his/her/its (masculine, singular)
sa
his/her/its (feminine, singular)
ses
his/her/its (plural)
notre
our (masc. and fem., singular)
nos
our (plural)
votre
your (formal, masc. and fem., singular)
vos
your (formal, plural)
leur
their (masc. and fem., singular)
leurs
their (plural)
ma mère
my mother
mon frère
my brother
mes parents
my parents
ton père
your father (informal)
ta tante
your aunt (informal)
tes cousins
your cousins (informal)
son frère
her brother
sa nièce
her niece
son père
his father
son fils
his son
ses amis
her friends
ses grand-parents
his grand parents
notre tante
our aunt
notre oncle
our uncle
nos enfants
our children
nos soeurs
our sisters
nos frères
our brothers
votre fille
your daughter (formal)
votre fils
your son (formal)
vos pères
your fathers (formal)
votre mère
your mother (formal)
leur neveu
their nephew
leur nièce
their niece
leurs soeurs
their sisters
leurs frères
their brothers
notre maison
our house (f)
votre ville
your city/ you town
leur rue
their street
notre école
our school
mon beau-père
my stepfather
ma belle-mère
my stepmother
mon demi-frère
my half brother
ta demi-sœur
your half-sister
son chien est mignon
His dog is cute
Ma famille est grande
My family is big.