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Possessive pronouns - le mien, le tien, le sien…

This Revision Bite will give you practice in using possessive pronouns le mien, le tien, le sien, le nôtre, le vôtre, le leurs.

Possessive pronouns - agreement

Possessive pronouns replace the noun and agree with the thing they're describing, eg J'ai une jupe rouge, c'est la mienne (I have a red skirt, it's mine).

Possessive pronouns - agreement

EnglishSingular masculineSingular femininePlural masculinePlural feminine
Minele mienla mienneles miensles miennes
Yours (singular, familiar)le tienla tienneles tiensles tiennes
His, hers, itsle sienla sienneles siensles siennes
Oursle nôtrela nôtreles nôtresles nôtres
Yours (plural, formal)le vôtrela vôtreles vôtresles vôtres
Theirsle leurla leurles leursles leurs

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