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02 Stressed Possessive Adjectives

Hola. In this lesson, we’ll be learning how to use Stressed Possessive Adjectives and then practice them. These are similar to Possessive Adjectives, but supposedly emphasize the ownership.

Explanation video:

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Practice 1:

Practice 2:

Practice 3:

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

Vocabulario:

sustantivos (nouns):

  • el limón – the lemon
  • el perro – the dog
  • el refresco – the soda
  • la casa – the house
  • la familia – the family
  • la naranja – the orange
  • la novia – the girlfriend
  • las camisetas – the t-shirts
  • la tortuga – the turtle
  • los baños – the bathrooms
  • los videojuegos – the video games

verbos (verbs):

  • bailar – to dance
  • cocinar – to cook
    • cocina – s/he cooks / you cook (formal)
  • hablar – to speak
    • hablan – they speak / you all speak
  • jugar – to play
    • juega – s/he plays / you play (formal)
  • poder – to be able
    • puede – s/he can / you can (formal)
  • preferir – to prefer
    • prefiero – I prefer
  • ser – to be
    • es – s/he is / you are (formal
    • son – they are / you all are

otro (other):

  • asqueroso – disgusting / gross
  • bien – good / well
  • contigo – with you
  • de – of
  • gracioso(s)/graciosa(s) – funny / silly
  • muy – very / really
  • pequeño/pequeña – small

Related videos:

  1. Possessive Adjectives part 1
  2. Possessive Adjectives part 2
  3. Possessive Pronouns

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