Possessive adjectives and pronouns

The word "possessive" might be a bit misleading. Yes, we use possessives for things that we actually possess, but we also use them for relationships. When I say "my sister" it's not because I own her, but because I'm defining the relationship between us. Here are some resources for you to explore this topic.

Realidades Textbook

Online activities from the Realidades textbook

Book 1 Chapter 5A p. 232

Exprésate Textbook Resources

Online activities from the Exprésate textbook

Book 1 Chapter 5A p. 162 (Possessive adjectives)

Book 2 Chapter 5A p. 174 (Possessive pronouns)

Practice with Possessive Adjectives

Practice with Possessive Pronouns

HOLT_EXPR_SATE_LEVEL_1_DISC_1.Title41 Possessive adjectives.avi
Possessive adjectives.mp4
A05 Possessive adjectives.wmv
4.11 - Possessive Pronouns in the Lost & Found.flv
4.9 - Possessive Adjectives and Body Parts in the Doctor_s Office.flv
Possessives sample video.avi
Zambombazo: An Explosion of Language and Culture

Music videos and activities for practice

Spanish Grammar Lessons

Online Grammar Lessons with worksheets

StudySpanish.com Online Grammar Practice

Grammar explanations with self-correcting exercises

Possessive Adjectives

Possessive Pronouns

Bowdoin Online Spanish Grammar

Detailed grammar explanations with self-correcting exercises


Music videos to help you learn!