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Me llamo: _______________________________________________________________ Fecha:

__________________ Clase: ________


Notas: Los adjetivos posesivos, la cultura
REPASO DE GRAMÁTICA
*** You use ________________________________________________ to tell what belongs to
someone or to show relationships.
• In English, the possessive adjectives are my, your, his, her, its, our, and their.
Possessive Adjectives in Spanish - Like other adjectives, possessive
nuestro( adjectives agree in
mi(s s)
) nuestra( _______________________ with the noun
s) it is describing.
tu(s
) - Only _____________________ has
su(s su(s different masculine and feminine
) )
endings. (gender)
Ejemplos: SINGULAR PLURAL
1. My dog  _____________________________ My dogs 
_____________________________
2. Our son  _____________________________ Our sons 
_____________________________
3. Our class  _____________________________ Our classes 
_____________________________
- ______________ and _______________ have many different meanings: his, her, its, your,
or their. To be more specific, you use ____________________________________ or
______________________________.
1. sus hermanos =
______________________________________________________________________
2. sus gatos =
___________________________________________________________________________
LA CULTURA DE LA VIDA ESCOLAR
¿¿Cómo es la escuela en los países hispanohablantes?? (What is school like in Spanish
speaking countries?)
KEY POINTS:
• Most students in Spanish speaking countries wear
___________________________________________________
• Most extracurricular activities, such as sports teams, occur
__________________________________________
in different _______________________________________
• Students have ______________________________ school days/year and
______________________ classes a day
• _____________________________________ are rare in Spanish-speaking countries.

Me llamo: _________________________________________________ Fecha: __________________


Clase: ________ Exit Slip 2C
Translate the following sentences to Spanish.
1. My classes are fun and interesting.
___________________________________________________________________________
2. My English class is boring.
____________________________________________________________________________________
3. Her math class is as difficult as her science class.
___________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________________________
_______________________________
4. Their math class is as difficult as their science class.
_______________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________________________
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