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OggiInItalia.2.Posse

Oggi In Italia - Lezione 2 - Study Material - Aggettivi possessivi

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Rule 1 The preposition di + a noun is used to express possession or relationship.
Rule 2 Possessive adjectives are also used to express possession. The Italian possessive adjectives [mio,tuo,suo,nostro,vostro,loro] are almost always preceded by a definite article. The article and the poss/adj agree in gender/number with the thing possessed.
Rule 2 Exception Loro is an exeception.
Rule 3 Forms of the possessive adjective.
mio my - masculine singular.
tuo your - masculine singular.
suo his/her - masculine singular.
nostro our - masculine singular.
vostro your - masculine singular.
loro their - masculine singular.
miei my - masculine plural.
tuoi your - masculine plural.
suoi his/her - masculine plural.
nostri our - masculine plural.
vostri your - masculine plural.
loro their - masculine plural.
mia my - feminine singular.
tua your - feminine singular.
sua his/her - feminine singular.
nostra our - feminine singular.
vostra your - feminine singular.
loro their - feminine singular.
mie my - feminine plural.
tue your - feminine plural.
sue his/her - feminine plural.
nostre our - feminine plural.
vostre your - feminine plural.
loro their - feminine plural.
Rule 3 Note Note that, unlike English, Italian does not specify the gender of the possessor.
Rule 4 A possessive adjective referring to a relative is not preceded by a definite article when it occurs before a singular, unmodified noun.
Rule 4 Exception Plural nouns and nouns mamma, papĂ , and babbo always take a definite article, as does loro + noun.
Created by: jmatt