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01 Possessive adjectives (part 2) – nuestro, su

¡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.

Helpful graphic:

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  • ¿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

Related video(s):

  1. Possessive adjectives (part 1); mi(s), tu(s), su(s)
  2. Stressed Possessive Adjectives
  3. Possessive Pronouns
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Marian Steinberg,
retired high school Social Studies teacher from NY

14 years ago

quiero saber mas de ingles

14 years ago

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.

Cheers Greg

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14 years ago

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14 years ago

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