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C'est à Toi L1 U5

Adjectives - possessive

QuestionAnswer
mon, ma, mes my
ton, ta, tes your (familiar)
son, sa, ses his, her, one’s, its
notre, nos our
votre, vos your (formal)
leur, leurs their
mon my (before a masculine noun)
ma my (before a feminine noun)
mes my (before a plural noun)
ton your (s., informal) (before a masculine noun)
ta your (s., informal) (before a feminine noun)
tes your (s. informal) (before a plural noun)
son his or her (before a masculine noun)
sa his or her (before a feminine noun)
ses his or her (before a plural noun)
notre our (before a masculine or feminine noun)
nos our (before a plural noun)
votre your (pl., formal) (before a masculine or feminine noun)
vos your (pl., formal) (before a plural noun)
leur their (before a masculine or feminine noun)
leurs their (before a plural noun)
Created by: mmecford