Portuguese Possessive Adjectives

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20. Portuguese Possessive Adjectives

The possessive adjectives in Portuguese agree in gender and number with the noun they modify.

Singular Plural
Masc Fem Masc Fem
my meu minha meus minhas
your teu tua teus tuas
your/his/her/its seu sua seus suas
our nosso nossa nossos nossas
your seu sua seus suas
your/their dele dela deles delas

 


 

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