English Possessive

English Possessive

ENGLISH POSSESSIVE ADJECTIVES Possessive Adjective: They show to whom things belong or, in other words, possession.

My: mi Your: Tu His: Su (de l) Her: Su (de ella) Its: Su (de el / ella, para animal o cosa)

Your: Su (de ustedes) Our: Nuestro / Nuestra Their: Su (de ellos / ellas) Examples: This is my

sword Marge is his wife We are your fairly odd parents

Bart is her brother Bender shows its watch The cat plays

with its ball This is your favorite superhero This is our planet

This is their house Exersises I.- Write the possessive adjectives 1.- You are ______ friend (mi). 2.- They play ______ guitar. (de el) 3.- The dog eats ______ food. (del perro)

4.- I live ______ house. (de Carla) 5.- We are in ______ room ( de ellos) 6.- They visit ________ friend ( de ellos) 7.- You are _______ brother ( mi) 8.- The elephant eats ________ food (del elefante) 9.- I work in ________ Factory ( nuestra) 10.- That is _______ father ( de ella)

II.- Create your own sentences using the possessive adjectives Example: eat / apples Pablo eats my apples 1.- use / computer 2.- live / house 3.- write / story

4.- read / poem 5.- understand / problem 6.- drive / car 7.- dance with / friend 8.- play / guitar

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