Arturo’s father is asking him about his plans for tonight. Write the possessive adjectives that best complete the conversation.
Modelo: --Arturo, ¿de quiénes son estos zapatos? ¿Son tuyos?
-- No, no son míos Son de Javier.
-- Oye, Arturo. ¿Es esa corbata tuya?
-- No, no es . Es de Javier. need help fast internet went out and down to 10 minutes on time
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Hi, I realize that you probably don't need the answer to this question for your assignment anymore. I'm sorry I wasn't around to help you with it a few hours ago.
But here, let me explain it for you anyway, so that you'll understand how to do questions like it, for next time.
What I see here is one blank, that we have to fill in, using a "Stressed Possessive Adjective."
I'll show you the different Stressed Possessive Adjectives in Spanish, and their meanings:
Mío/Mía --- Mine
Tuyo/Tuya --- Yours
Suyo/Suya --- His/Hers/Theirs
Nuestro/Nuestra --- Ours
Let's look at the question that we had to fill in:
"Oye, Arturo. ¿Es esa corbata tuya?"
"No, no es _________. Es de Javier."
"Hey, Arturo. Is this tie yours?"
"No, it's not _______. It's Javier's."
So, we need to fill in the blank with the Spanish word for "mine."
Now, we have ""No, no es mía. Es de Javier."
Do you see how we used "mía" and not "mío"?
We have to use "mía" because here, they're talking about a "corbata,"
which is a FEMININE noun, and not masculine.
("Corbata" is also a SINGULAR noun,
so we use "mía" instead of "mías.")
So, the next times you have to fill in a Spanish word for...
Mine, Yours, Theirs, or Ours,
just look at your choices. They're easy to remember.