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The Possessive Pronouns are: mine El mío, la mía, los míos, las mías yours El tuyo, la tuya, los tuyos, las tuyas his, hers, theirs, El suyo, la suya, los suyos, las ...
Possessive Pronouns indicate possession or belonging making a reference to the owner and the object possessed. We cannot mistake them with possessive ...
This is my book. In this example, we can substitute "mi libro" (my book) for the possessive pronoun "mío" (mine) and we would have: Éste es mío. - This is mine.
Whereas demonstrative adjectives modify a noun (e.g. este carro, this car) by explaining which car you are talking about, demonstrative pronouns replace a ...
Sentences with Possessive Pronouns. Mi esposa y el tuyo. My wife and yours. Tu piña es más grande que la mía. Your pineapple is bigger than mine.
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