Possessive Pronouns – LECCION 20

CURSO DE INGLES GRATIS – BASICO ELEMENTAL – LECCION 20

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POSSESSIVE PRONOUNS

The Possessive pronouns are:

MINE / YOURS / HIS / HERS / ITS / OURS / YOURS / THEIRS

To understand these pronouns it is important to review the pronouns that we already know.

TABLE 1:

“Subject” Pronouns

Object Pronouns

Possessive Adjectives

Possessive Pronouns

I

Me

my

mine

You

You

Your

Yours

He

Him

His

His

She

Her

Her

Hers

It

It

Its

Its

We

Us

Our

Ours

You

You

Your

Yours

They

Them

Their

Theirs

These are the pronouns that we know so far. Remember that the “Subject” and Object pronouns refer to people, places and things (nouns) and the Possessive adjectives and possessive pronouns refer to possessions.

Como vemos estos son todos los pronombres aprendidos hasta la fecha. Les hago recordar que es importante aprenderlos y saber las diferencias que existen entre ellos. Los “Subject” y object pronouns van a tomar el lugar de sustantivos y los possessive adjectives y possessive pronouns se utiliza para expresar posesión. Les recomiendo escuchar bien el audio para despejar dudas.

Si tienen aún dudas visitar la lección 12 de object pronouns AQUI o también ver la leccíon 5 de posessive adjectives AQUI

POSSESSIVE PRONOUNS vs POSSESSIVE ADJECTIVES

We use both to talk about possession but they have different rules. LET’S COMPARE

  • Possessive Adjectives (my, your, his, her, its, our, your, their)

When we use the possessive adjectives IT IS NECESSARY TO PUT A NOUN AFTER the possessive adjective.

Example:
I didn’t take my book. (YOU NEED TO PUT “BOOK”)

Maria went to her house.

We need to put the noun after the possessive adjective “my”.

  • Possessive Pronouns (mine, yours, his, hers, its, ours, yours, theirs)

When we use the possessive pronouns WE DO NOT PUT THE NOUN AFTER the possessive pronoun.

Example: “We are talking about a book”

– That is mine.
– Maria didn’t take hers.

It is not necessary to put book because possessive pronouns can stand alone.

*** Entonces entendemos que con los possessive adjectives es necesario que sea seguido por un sustantivo pero los possessive pronouns pueden ir solos. Cuando usamos los possessive pronouns se tiene que tener claro de que uno esta hablando sino lo correcto es usar los possessive adjectives.

EJEMPLO DE COMO SE USAN LOS POSSESSIVE ADJECTIVES Y LOS POSSESSIVE PRONOUNS

Whose book is this? (Usar el question word “whose” para hablar de posesión y de usar el sustantivo “book” despues del QW)

a) It is my book. (Here we use the possessive adjective “my” followed by the noun “book”)
b) It is mine. (Here we use the possessive pronoun “mine” and we do not need to put the noun after it).

NOTE: It is also possible to use the POSSESSIVE NOUNS (Ver lección 5 AQUI)

Ejemplo usando el POSSESSIVE NOUN

– It is Juan’s book. (Se utiliza el sustantivo propio aumentandole apostrofe y “s”).

LET’S PRACTICE (EJERCICIOS EN LINEA)

Ejercicios de POSSESSIVE PRONOUNS
Ejercicios (usar los possessive adjectives o los possessive pronouns)
Identificar el posessive adjective y possessive pronoun.
Revisión de los pronombres

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