Spanish Grammar/Possessive pronouns

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Possessive Pronouns

                                   singular                                                                        plural

1st person               mi (my)                                                                        nuestro/nuestra (our (m)/(f))

2nd person              tu (your)                                                                      vuestro/vuestra (your (plural informal) (m)/(f))

3rd person               su (his/her/your (formal))                                su (their (m)/(f)/your (plural formal))

Note: Both singular and plural possessive pronouns can modify either singular or plural nouns and are declined to agree in gender and number with the noun they modify.

ex. mi maleta/mis maletas – my suitcase/my suitcases

nuestra maleta/nuestras maletas – our suitcase/our suitcases