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Feb 23

Grammar Corner

Pronombres posesivos

By Evelyn Silva

Los pronombres posesivos, al igual que los adjetivos, son empleados para señalar pertenencia o posesión. La diferencia entre ambos reside en que el pronombre sustituye al sustantivo de la oración y siempre va acompañados de un artículo definido. Dicho sustantivo ya debe haber sido mencionado con anterioridad y para evitar las repeticiones, utilizamos el pronombre. De la misma manera, los pronombres cambia su género y número en concordancia con el sustantivo al cual representan.

el mío / los míos

la mía / las mías

  el tuyo / los tuyos

  la tuya / las tuyas

  el suyo / los suyos

  la suya / las suyas

           la nuestra / las nuestras

           el nuestro / los nuestros

          la vuestra / las vuestras

          el vuestro / los vuestros

 

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