Possessive adjectives

Possessive adjectives show who something or someone belongs to. They come before the noun and must agree with the noun that follows them. For example:

Mis primos viven en Francia - My cousins live in France.

¿Cómo son tus amigos? - What are your friends like?

Nuestro profesor es estricto - Our teacher is strict.

Su coche es verde - Their car is green.

singularplural
mymimis
your (singular)tutus
his/her/itssusus
ournuestro/nuestranuestros/nuestras
your (plural)vuestro/vuestravuestros/vuestras
theirsusus

Complete the sentences with the correct possessive adjective.

Question
  1. ¿Cómo serían _______________ (your - plural) vacaciones ideales?
  2. _______________ (their) perro se llama Rex.
  3. Julia vive en un piso con _______________ (her) amigos.
  4. Me encanta _______________ (our) coche.
  5. ________ (your - singular) padres son muy generosos.
  1. ¿Cómo serían vuestras vacaciones ideales? (What would your ideal holidays be like?) The noun vacaciones is feminine plural, so it needs the possessive adjective vuestras.
  2. Su perro se llama Rex (Their dog is called Rex). The noun perro is masculine singular, so it needs the possessive adjective su.
  3. Julia vive en un piso con sus amigos (Julia lives in a flat with her friends). The noun amigos is masculine plural, so it needs the possessive adjective sus.
  4. Me encanta nuestro coche (I love our car). The noun coche is masculine singular, so it needs the possessive adjective nuestro.
  5. Tus padres son muy generosos (Your parents are very generous). The noun padres is masculine plural, so it needs the possessive adjective tus.