Spanish Possessive Adjectives

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Spanish Possessive Adjectives - Quiz

A quiz on possessive adjectives.


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  • 1. 

    The boy has his books.

    • A.

      El chico tene su libros.

    • B.

      El chico tiene su libros

    • C.

      El chico tiene sus libros.

    • D.

      El chico tienen su libros

    Correct Answer
    C. El chico tiene sus libros.
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "El chico tiene sus libros." This is the correct translation of "The boy has his books" in Spanish. The word "sus" is used to indicate possession of multiple items, so it agrees with the plural noun "libros." The verb "tiene" is the correct conjugation of "tener" (to have) for the third person singular subject "el chico."

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  • 2. 

    The girls see their friends at the movies.Las chicas ven ______  amigas al cine.

    Correct Answer
    a sus
    sus
    Explanation
    don't forget the personal A... their FRIENDS are seen.Direct object

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  • 3. 

    They have their book.Ellos _____  ____   libro.

    • A.

      Tienen , su

    • B.

      Tienes , sus

    • C.

      Tienen, sus

    • D.

      Tiene , su

    Correct Answer
    A. Tienen , su
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "tienen, su". In Spanish, the verb "tener" means "to have" and it is conjugated as "tienen" for the subject "ellos" which means "they". The possessive pronoun "su" is used to indicate possession and agrees in gender and number with the noun it modifies. In this case, "su" is used to show that "they" have "their" book.

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  • 4. 

    Translate SU

    • A.

      His,her,its,your ( sir or maam)

    • B.

      His, her

    • C.

      His ,her,its your(sir or maam) ,their, your ( all of you)

    • D.

      Sue

    Correct Answer
    C. His ,her,its your(sir or maam) ,their, your ( all of you)
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "his ,her,its your(sir or maam) ,their, your ( all of you)". This answer suggests that the word "SU" can be translated into multiple pronouns depending on the context. It can refer to "his", "her", "its", "your" (sir or ma'am), "their", or "your" (all of you).

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  • 5. 

    Match the English with it's correct translation.

    • A.

      Their cats are big- Su gatos son grandes

    • B.

      His cats are big- Sus gatos es grande

    • C.

      Our cat is big nuestra gato es grande,

    • D.

      My cat is big - Mi gato es grande

    Correct Answer
    D. My cat is big - Mi gato es grande
    Explanation
    The correct translation for "My cat is big" is "Mi gato es grande".

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  • 6. 

    What is 'your' called in Spanish?

    • A.

      Mi

    • B.

      Tu

    • C.

      Su

    • D.

      Nuestro

    Correct Answer
    B. Tu
    Explanation
    'Your' is called Tu in Spanish.  

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