Possessive adjectives - mon, ton, son
This Revision Bite will give you practice in using possessive adjectives - mon, ton, son - in French.
Possessive adjectives show who something or someone belongs to. They come before the noun and agree with that noun, not the owner.
|My||mon (sac)||ma (copine)||mon (amie)||mes (amis)|
|Your (singular, familiar)||ton||ta||ton||tes|
|His, her, its||son||sa||son||ses|
|Your (plural, formal)||votre||votre||votre||vos|
So the following would have to agree with the noun when they become possive adjectives:
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