¡Hola! In this video lesson, we’ll continue with the possessive adjectives and add on two more. Well, technically I guess we’re only really adding on one more since the other we already knew.
Enjoy! Leave any questions, comments, or suggestions below.
- ¿De quién es? – Whose is it? / Who does it belong to?
- Es ____. – It is ___.
- ¿De quién son? – Whose are they? / Who do they belong to?
- Son ___. – They are ___.
- el coche – car
- el cuaderno – notebook
- el dinero – money
- el gato – cat
- el libro – book
- el perro – dog
- el teléfono – telephone
- el zapato – shoe
- la camiseta – t-shirt
- la casa – house
- la hamburguesa – hamburger
- la mochila – bookbag
- la pizza – pizza
- los calcetines – socks
A mi me gusta su lecciÃ³n cada vez. Este ayuda a mÃ con mi espaÃ±ol. Gracias a Dios. Dios te bendiga con su misiÃ³n y su educaciÃ³n. No hablo bueno espaÃ±ol.
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Hey snr Jordan
I know you don’t teach the vosotros form, but what would you say for son las hamburguesas de usteades, informal (in Spain)
Would it be son las hamburguesas de vosotros o simplemente son sus hamburguesas
I’m English and go to spain regular(ish) so any help on how they might say it, would be appreciated.
quiero saber mas de ingles
The vosotros form is ‘vuestro’… (similar to how nuestro works)
Son las hamburguesas de vosotros could work… or son vuestras hamburguesas
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