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Possessive pronouns 1

Possessive pronouns 1

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Determinantes possessivos 1

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I – my eu – m-- / m---a eu – meu / minha 0 +
I can’t find my key. Eu n-- e------- a m---- c----. Eu não encontro a minha chave. 0 +
I can’t find my ticket. Eu n-- e------- o m-- b------. Eu não encontro o meu bilhete. 0 +
you – your tu – t-- / t-a tu – teu / tua 0 +
Have you found your key? En--------- a t-- c----? Encontraste a tua chave? 0 +
Have you found your ticket? En--------- o t-- b------? Encontraste o teu bilhete? 0 +
he – his el- – d--e ele – dele 0 +
Do you know where his key is? Sa--- o--- é q-- e--- a c---- d---? Sabes onde é que está a chave dele? 0 +
Do you know where his ticket is? Sa--- o--- é q-- e--- o b------ d---? Sabes onde é que está o bilhete dele? 0 +
she – her el- – d--a ela – dela 0 +
Her money is gone. O d------- d--- d----------. O dinheiro dela desapareceu. 0 +
And her credit card is also gone. E o c----- d- c------ d--- t----- d----------. E o cartão de crédito dela também desapareceu. 0 +
we – our nó- – n---- / n---a nós – nosso / nossa 0 +
Our grandfather is ill. O n---- a-- e--- d-----. O nosso avô está doente. 0 +
Our grandmother is healthy. A n---- a-- e--- b-- d- s----. A nossa avó está bem de saúde. 0 +
you – your vó- – v---- / v---a vós – vosso / vossa 0 +
Children, where is your father? Me------ o--- é q-- e--- o v---- p--? Meninos, onde é que está o vosso pai? 0 +
Children, where is your mother? Me------ o--- é q-- e--- a v---- m--? Meninos, onde é que está a vossa mãe? 0 +

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