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my
mi
mis
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my
It is used before a noun that is singular (masculine or feminine.)
mi
examples:
mi mamá
mi papá
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my
It is used before a noun that is plural (masculine or feminine.)
mis
examples:
mis padres
mis hermanas
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your
tu
tus
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your
It is used before a noun that is singular (masculine or feminine.)
tu
examples:
tu papá
tu mamá
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your
It is used before a noun that is plural (masculine or feminine.)
tus
examples:
tus padres
tus primas
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his
her
their
y'all's
su sus
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his, her, their, y'all's, your (formal)
It is used before a noun that is singular (masculine or feminine.)
su
examples:
su papá
su mamá
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his, her, their, y'all's, your (formal)
It is used before a noun that is plural (masculine or singular.)
sus
examples:
sus padres
sus hermanas
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our
nuestro
nuestra
nuestros
nuestras
(The endings change to match the noun following "our".)
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our
It is used before a noun that is masculine and singular.
nuestro
example: nuestro papá
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our
It is used before a noun that is feminine and singular.
nuestra
example: nuestra hermana
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our
It is used before a noun that is masculine and plural.
nuestros
example: nuestros primos
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our
It is used before a noun that is feminine and plural.
nuestras
example: nuestras hermanas
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to have
having
tener
What is the infinitive for this conjugated verb?
tener
to have
It is a stem-changing verb: the first e is changed to ie in all but the "we" verb form (1st person plural).
tengo
tienes
tiene
tenemos
tienen
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I have
tengo
(The verb "tener" is called a "g-verb" because the "yo" form contains a "g" in the present tense.)
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you have
tienes
(The verb "tener" is a stem-changing verb: e to ie.)
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he has
she has
you have (formal)
tiene
(The verb "tener" is a stem-changing verb: e to ie.)
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we have
tenemos
(Stem-changing verbs do NOT change the stem in the 1st person plural.)
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y'all have
they have
tienen
(The verb "tener" is a stem-changing verb: e to ie.)