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La madre de mi madre … El hijo de mi t ío … El hijo de mis padres… La hermana de mi padre… La hija de mis padres. Es mi hermano Es mi abuela Soy yo Es mi t ía Es mi primo. Write out the sentences, matching the sides up correctly. Showing ownership. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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Showing ownership

Write out the sentences, matching the sides up correctlyLa madre de mi madreEl hijo de mi toEl hijo de mis padresLa hermana de mi padreLa hija de mis padresEs mi hermanoEs mi abuelaSoy yoEs mi taEs mi primoShowing ownershipObjectiveTSWLT: express ownership of an object2Possessive AdjectivesWhat is an adjective?What is a possessive adjective?

3myyourhis/ her/itsYour (ud.)

Think of an example in EnglishOuryalls (south)their4Possessive Adjectives describe the nounPossessive adjectives describe the nounto whom it belongsThe subject is the object, not to whom it belongs5P/adj follow the rules for adjectivesWhat are the two things that adjectives indicate in Spanish?GenderQuantity6Recuerdas?/Remember?The black hairel pelo negroThe blue eyeslos ojos azules

The small chairla silla pequeathe tall girlslas muchachas altas7Which adjetivos posesivos do you know in Spanish??MimyTuyour8Adjetivos PosesivosMi (Mis)

tu (tus)

su (sus)

Nuestro/a (nuestros/as)Vuestro/a(vuestros/as)Su (sus)9Adjetivos Posesivos

10How would you say...My mothermi madreMy cousinsmis primos/as

Your friendtu amigo/aYour friendstus amigos/as11Su (sus) = His, Her, Your (ud.)His booksu libroHis bookssus librosHer pencilsu lpizHer pencilssus lpices

12Su (usted)Your (ud.) carsu carroYour (ud.) carssus carros13Nuestro/a(s) = OurOur father (el)nuestro padreOur books (los)nuestros libros

Our mother (la)nuestra madreOur classes (las)nuestras clases14Su(s) = their (ellos, ellas, uds.)Their books (the girls books)sus librosTheir friends (the boys)sus amigosYour classes(formal/plural)Sus clases

15PracticeGramtica en accin 1Pgina 162Ex 7Pgina 163Ex 916Libro 162 (ex 7)Busco (mi/su) libro de espaolBuscamos (sus/nuestros) cuadernosEllos buscan (tus/sus) mochilasMi hermana menor busca (mis/sus) lentesBuscas (tus/vuestras) lpices.Mam busca (su/tu) reloj.How is possession shown in English?What is possession?Showing ownershipbelongingexpressing of whom is the object describing an objectEmilys bookHer book18What is a contraction?When you use an apostrophe to:eliminate a worddo not = dontcan not = cantshow possessionJulios friend

19In spanish, there are no apostrophes!!!!!20How could you express possession without an apostrophe?Emilys bookUse the word ofThe book OF EmilyIn Spanish, always show possession using of21How do you use someones name to show possession in Spanish?By stating the object first By replacing the apostrophe with the word de (of)el amigo (object) DE Julio

22Using de to show possessionEl libro de EmilyEl amigo de JulioHow would you say the pen belonging to the person in front of you?El boligrafo de ________.23Using possession with a titleWhat is a title?Seor, Seorita, Seora, doctorTo express possession of someone with a title, you need to use the (el/la) before the titlede la Seorita Meinecke

24How would you say Ms. Meineckes ______. (in your spiral)Classroomstudentscomputermotherfriend25Calentamiento1. Seorita Meineckes Class2. Seor Johnsons students3. Joses computer4. Anas mother5. Julios friend26Calentamiento1. Seorita Meineckes ClassLa clase de la Srta. Meinecke2. Seor Johnsons studentsLos estudiantes del Sr. Johnson3. Joses computerla computadora de Jose4. Anas motherLa madre de Ana5. Julios friendel amigo de Julio27Warm-upPages 204-2051 & 2 Read and answer questions on paper10 min.28Review

Juans class = la clase de JuanThe dogs food = la comida del perroSrta. Ms class = la clase de la Srta. M29Juans class = la clase de JuanThe dogs food = la comida del perroSrta. Ms class = la clase de la Srta. M.30Pronombres Posesivos

Her house su casaHer housessus casasMy classmi claseMy classesmis clasesYour dogtu perroYour dogstus perrosOur apple = nuestra manzanaOur apples =nuestras manzanas

Our pencilnuestro lapizOur pencilsnuestros lapicesPossessive Adjectives

Mi(s) myNuestro/a(s)-our

Tu(s) your{Vuestro/a(s)}- yalls

Su(s) his/her/YOURSu(s) their you alls

s=El/la objectDe First name

De la/ del person/place/thing that owns the object

Possessive Pronouns

Yo Mi(s)Nuestro/a(s) (nosotros)

T Tu(s){Vuestro/a(s)} (vosotros)

el/ella/Ud. Su(s)Su(s) ellos/ellas/Uds.