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Expresan propiedad; se llaman: adjetivos posesivos (possessive adjectives)

my   your      his     her      its      our      your    their

Utilizo: my cuando quiero expresar que algo me pertenece.

Por ejemplo:

my name is Juan.

That is my jacket.

This is my home.

 

En cambio si quiero expresar que algo te pertenece; o sea que

le pertenece a la persona con la que estoy hablando, utilizo.

Your. Ejemplo:

your name is Joseph.

This is your watch.

What is your address?

Si algún objeto pertenece a un hombre; entonces indicaríamos

Que le pertenece a él con: his

His name is Brian.

His phone number is 555 676 89 07.

He fixes his car.

Si le pertenece a una mujer, utilizamos: her

Her skirt is short and nice.

Her heart is white.

I know her name.

Aunque un objeto no le pertenece a otro, podemos decir

que algo es parte de alguna otra cosa utilizando. Its

ejemplo: una casa tiene ventanas. Las ventanas son parte

de la casa sin que necesariamente le pertenezcan a ésta.

They are its Windows.

It is its door.

We are its owners.

Para expresar que algo es de nosotros, usamos: our

That is our car.

Our community was destroyed by a hurricane.

We lost our scholarship.

Que pertenece a ustedes es : your, si; exactamente igual

a cuando te pertenece.

I am your friend.

Tell me your names please.

Your houses are far from here.

Que pertenece a ellos, ellas o son parte de varias cosas: their

I met their parents yesterday.

Their sisters are beautiful.

What are their names?

 

 

 

Se llaman pronombres de objeto direct. (object pronouns)

me, you, him ,her, it, us, you, them.

El nombre no es lo importante , lo importante es que sepas su uso.

Ve a la pestaña de pronombres y checa la diferencia.