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Mi hermano y yo llegamos a la casa de __ padres.. nuestra. nuestros. sus. tu. Mónica necesita __ mochila.. mis. nuestro. su. sus. Ramón busca __ cuadernos.. mis. nuestra. sus. tu. Yo llamo por teléfono (call on the phone) a __ amiga.. mi. mis. su. tus. Tú regresas a __ apartamento.. nuestros. su. tu. tus

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Jennifer Patterson on February 16, 2018

This lesson represents Spanish Possessive Adjectives. These are the adjectives that show who or what owns something. These adjectives coincide with the object possessed, both in gender and number, not the owner or possessor.1. The correct answer is nuestrosMi brother and I arrived at the house of our padresnuestros is the possessive adjective of the first person plural in the masculine plural. Parents is plural and masculine, so the possessive adjective must match this gender and number, which is the reason why we use. This phrase is translated:My brother and I got our parents house2. The correct answer is suMónica need your mochilasu is the possessive adjective of the third person singular feminine singular. Backpack is singular and feminine, so the possessive adjective must match in gender and number, which is the reason why the use of the ub. This phrase translates to:Monica needs of your backpack3. The correct answer is susRamón looking for their cuadernossus is the possessive adjective of the third person plural in the masculine plural (the feminine plural is also the same). Notebooks is plural and masculine, so the possessive adjective must match in gender and number, which is the reason for the use of their. This phrase translates:Ramon looks for his notebooks4. The correct answer is ran down miyo I phone to my amigami is the possessive adjective of the first person singular feminine singular masculine singular form is also the same). Friend is singular and feminine, so the possessive adjective must match in gender and number, which is the reason why I use my. This sentence translates to:my phone friend5. The correct answer is kitty go back to your apartamentotu is the possessive adjective of the second person singular in the masculine singular, the feminine singular form is also the same). The Apartment is in the singular and in the masculine, so the possessive adjective must match in gender and number, which is the reason why that use your. This phrase translates to:return to your apartment


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