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Possessives

Possessive Adjectives

QuestionAnswer
mi my (singular)
mi abuelo my grandfather
mis my (plural)
mis padres my parents
tu your (informal, singular)
tu perro your dog
tus your (informal, plural)
tus clases your classes
su your, his, her, your, their (singular)
sus your, his, her, your, their (plural)
sus primos his cousins,her cousins,your (F)cousins
sus padres her parents
nuestra our (singular, feminine)
nuestras our (plural, feminine)
nuestro our (singular, masculine)
nuestros our (plural, masculine)
nuestro tío our uncle
su abuelita his/ her/your/grandma
mi familia my family
tus amigos your friends
mis padres my parents
mi padre my father
tu madre your mother
tus primas your cousins (female cousins)
su casa your (usted form), his/her/their house
sus casas your (usted form)/his/her/their/houses
nuestro abuelo our grandfather
nuestros abuelos our grandparents
nuestra hermana our sister
nuestras hermanas our sisters
su esposo her / your(formal) husband (spouse)
mi esposa my wife
nuestra tía our aunt
mis parientes my relatives
nuestros hijos our children
nuestras hijas our daughters
nuestros esposos our spouses