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ADJETIVOS POSESIVOS Los adjetivos posesivos en ingls hacen referencia al poseedor y no a la cosa poseda y se usan con ms frecuencia en ingls

que en espaol. Preceden normalmente a los sustantivos que indican partes del cuerpo, parentesco, vestimenta y objetos personales, nombres que se usan en espaol con el artculo determinado: This is my brother. Este es mi hermano. This is my daughter. Esta es mi hija I forget my books at home. Yo me olvid mis libros en casa. He broke his watch yesterday. l rompi su reloj ayer. We will sell our car. Venderemos nuestro auto. Those are their pictures. Aquellos son sus cuadros. She is wearing her new dress. Ella est usando su vestido nuevo. (mi) (ir) (jis) (jer) (its) (ur) (ir) (dir) my your his her its our your their mi, mis tu, tus (de t); su, sus (de ustedes) su, sus (de l) su, sus (de ella) su, sus (de l o ella, para cosas) nuestro, nuestra, nuestros, nuestras vuestro, vuestra, vuestros, vuestras su, sus (de ellos o ellas) PRONOMBRES POSESIVOS Los pronombres posesivos sustituyen a los sustantivos, los cuales indicamos la persona, animal o cosa que los poseen. Al sustituirlos, aunque no los nombresmos se sobreentiende de que objeto estamos hablando. Por ejemplo, si alguien nos dice: que coche ms bonito, y nosotros respondisemos: es mo; se sobreentiendo que estamos refirendonos al coche, aunque nosotros no lo nombremos explcitamente.La tabla siguiente muestra estos pronombres posesivos: Manolo is my brother. -> Manolo es mi hermano. Roberto is mine. -> Roberto es el mo. Here's your book. Where's mine? / Aqu est tu libro. Dnde est el mo? Is that car yours? / Es tuyo este coche? A friend of his / Un amigo suyo Their house is similar to ours / Su casa es similar a la nuestra (min) (irs) (jis) (jers) (its) (aurs) (irs) (dirs) mine yours his hers its ours yours theirs el mo, la ma, los mos, las mas el tuyo, la tuya, los tuyos, las tuyas (de t); el suyo, la suya, los suyos, las suyas (de ustedes) el suyo, la suya, los suyos, las suyas (de l) el suyo, la suya, los suyos, las suyas (de ella) el suyo, la suya, los suyos, las suyas (de l o ella, para cosas) el nuestro, la nuestra, los nuestros, las nuestras el vuestro, la vuestra, los vuestros, las vuestras el suyo, la suya, los suyos, las suyas (de ellos o ellas)

Rellena los espacios en blanco con el adjetivo posesivo que corresponda. (My - your - his - his - her - its - our - their)

1. I live with boyfriend. 2. We have a very big balcony at the front of flat. 3. Thank you for the flowers. It was kind of you to remember birthday. 4. My dog is always licking balls. 5. Yesterday I saw Diana with..husband. They were shopping with.. children. 6. When Craig gets home from work, he likes to wash face, take of.work clothes and work on computer. 7. I want to buyflat. How much do you want for it? 8. Put the book in. place on the shelf. 9. Nicole and Tom have sold house. 10. Who is that girl you work with? I can never remember .name. 1. my 2. Our 3. My 4. Its 5. her / their 6. his / his / his 7. Your 8. Its 9. Their 10. Her 1. This is Jane. This is her book. It's hers. 2. These are Tim and Tom. These are their bikes.They're theirs. 3. You are French. your family lives in Paris. 4. This is my dog Spot. its ball is under the table. It's its. 5. I am a teacher. My students are from Spain. These students are mine. 6. Have you got your passport? Is this yours? 7. James is a photographer. This is his camera. It's his. 8. We are students. These are our books. They're ours.