Lesson 60: Spanish Possessive Adjectives (stressed) Sentences


In our Spanish lesson #60 we will see some sentences using the Spanish Possessive Adjectives (stressed possessive adjectives) that we learned in our previous class: mío, tuyo, suyo, nuestro, vuestro, suyo (of mine, of yours, of his/hers/its, of ours, of yours, of theirs).

Bare in mind that “mío, tuyo, suyo, nuestro, vuestro, suyo” change to “mía, tuya, suya, nuestra, vuestra, suya” when referring to a feminine noun. And they change to “míos/mías, tuyos/tuyas, suyos/suyas, nuestros/nuestras, vuestros/vuestras, suyos/suyas” when referring to a plural noun.

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

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