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02 Possessive Pronouns

Hola.  In this lesson, we’ll be learning how to use Possessive Pronouns.  These are actually quite similar to Stressed Possessive Adjectives.

Explanation video:

 

Practice 1:

 

Practice 2:

 

Practice 3:

 

Leave any questions or comments below!

Helpful Graphic (click to enlarge):
stressed possessive adjectives (website)

Vocabulario:

sustantivos (nouns):
el agua – the water
el hermano – the brother
el perro – the dog
la calle – the street
la casa – the house
la comida – the food
la envidia – envy, jealousy
la familia – the family
la licencia de conducir – the driver’s license
la mamá – the mom
la pizza – the pizza
la tienda – the store
los amigos – the friends
los hermanos – brothers /  siblings
los ni̱os Рthe children
los primos – the cousins
los papás – the parents
los tel̩fonos Рtelephones
los zapatos – the shoes
yo – I, me

verbos (verbs):
beber – to drink
    beben – they drink
cocinar – to cook
    cocina – he / she cooks
estar – to be
   está – he / she is     /    it is
   estábamos – we were
ir – to go
    fuimos – we went
jugar – to play
    juega – he/she plays
necesitar – to need
    necesitamos – we need
querer – to want
    quieren – they want
ser – to be
    es – he/she is
    son – they are
servir – to serve / work (technology)
    sirven – they serve / work (technology)
tener – to have
    tienen – they have
    tenemos – we have
tener envidia de – to be jealous of
verse – to look (in physical appearance)
    me veo – I look (in physical appearance)
    te ves – you look (in physical appearance)

otro (other):
a – to
aburrido – boring
bien – well
¿cómo? – how
con – with
¿cuál? – which?
de – of
en – in, on
favorito – favorite
feo – ugly
gordo – fat
gracias – thanks
interesante – interesting
más – more
mi(s) – my
mejor – better
mucho – a lot of
muy – very
nuevo – new
otro – other
peque̱o Рsmall
poco – a little bit of
que – than, that
su(s) – his / her
viejo – old
y – and
ya no – no longer / not anymore

 

Related videos:

  1. Possessive Adjectives part 1
  2. Possessive Adjectives part 2
  3. Stressed Possessive Adjectives

3 Responses

  1. I thank you too much Mr Señor Jordan and I realy admire and like all your lessons. They are very informative and you are realy an excellent teacher.
    Best regards

  2. Dear Señor Jordan,

    I have been watching your videos for about 2 years now and i really like them a lot. I wish I had had you as my high school spanish teacher years ago. I am living abroad now and have started all over in Spanish and I am attending a one on one spanish class. But I am confused about prepositional pronouns, possessive pronouns and indirect and direct object pronouns. I thought I understood but my teacher speaks very little English. I can not find a video on prepositional pronouns here on your site.
    Am I just miss understanding her? What videos of yours can help me please?
    Keep up the good work!
    Thanks Karen

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