Possessive adjectives

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Possessive adjectives

SingularPlural
Yomi libromis libros
tu padretus padres
Él/Ella/Ustedsu primosus primos
Nosotros/asnuestro/a hijo/anuestros/as hijos/as
Vosotros/asvuestro/a hermano/avuestros/as hermanos/as
Ellos/Ellas/Ustedessu camisasus camisas

¿Cuándo vienes a mi casa?

When are you coming to my house?

Nuestros padres viven en Nicaragua.

Our parents live in Nicaragua.

Vuestras hermanas son muy inteligentes.

Your sisters are very smart.

El perro se comió tus zapatos.

The dog ate your shoes.

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