Free Spanish Lessons 62 – Spanish Possessive Pronouns – Part 2 (cont.)


In our Spanish lesson #62 (Spanish Free Lessons Online) we will see some sentences and examples using the Spanish Possessive Pronouns (pronombres posesivos en español) that we have learned in our previous class: mío, tuyo, suyo, nuestro, vuestro, suyo (mine, yours, his/hers, ours, yours, theirs).

Bare in mind that they can also change to “mía, tuya, suya, nuestra, vuestra, suya” when referring to a feminine noun, and to “míos/mías, tuyos/tuyas, suyos/suyas, nuestros/nuestras, vuestros/vuestras, suyos/suyas” when referring to plural.

Although we are focussing more on vocabulary and grammar, pay attention to the Spanish pronunciation of these video lessons, and remember to practice repeating the same words and sounds.

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