Month: November 2020

Possessive Adjectives – French

In French, possessive adjectives (my, your, his, her, our, their) agree with the noun they describe, NOT with the person it belongs to. It means that if you are talking about ‘his table’, in English, the emphasis is put on the fact that the possessor is masculine. In French, the possessor does not matter; because …

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Tú x Usted Spanish Exercises

Let’s practice!! The pronoun Tú is for informal cases and the pronoun usted is for formal cases, or if you want to be polite with anyone. An easy way to recognize if the sentence is formal or informal is seeing carefully the conjunction of the verb with these two pronouns… you already saw the difference? …

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