Italian Possessive Adjectives!

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 I’ll teach you which are and  how to use Italian Possessive Adjectives!


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Italian Possessive Adjectives are adjectives that indicate possession. They  go before the noun and follow its number and gender

Mio – My

Tuo – Your

Suo – His/Her/Its

Nostro – Our

Vostro – Your

Loro – Their

Singolare maschile – masculine singular

Mio

Tuo

Suo

Nostro

Vostro

Loro

Examples

Il mio cane, il nostro albero, il tuo amico, il suo motorino, il vostro libro, il loro fratello

Plurale maschile – masculine plural

Miei

Tuoi

Suoi

Nostri

Vostri

Loro

Examples

I miei cani, i nostri alberi, i tuoi amici, i suoi motorini, i vostri libri, i loro fratelli


 

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Singolare Femminile – feminine singular

Mia

Tua

Sua

Nostra

Vostra

Loro

Examples

La mia penna, la tua amica, la sua bambina, la nostra casa, la vostra maestra, la loro colazione

Plurale femminile – feminine plural 

Mie

Tue

Sue

Nostre

Vostre

Loro

Examples

Le mie penne, le tue amiche, le sue bambine, le nostre case, le vostre maestre, le loro colazioni


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