Lesson 12 | Possessive Pronouns In Spanish

Possessive Pronouns in Spanish

Cody is always trying to use what’s mine. Or… am I always trying to use what’s his? anyways! In this lesson, we’ll identify the other group of possessives in Spanish, called possessive pronouns, or posesivos tónicos. There is also an extra mini lesson at the end of this video, where you will learn how to express possession using the preposition “DE”.

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