How do you say articles of clothing in Spanish?

How do you say articles of clothing in Spanish?

No titles with the word(s) “article of clothing”….article of clothing.

Principal Translations
Inglés Español
article of clothing n (garment) prenda de vestir grupo nom
prenda nf Exemplos: la mesa, una tabla.
Two articles of clothing were found at the scene of the crime.

What are the 4 Demonstratives?

In grammar, a demonstrative is a determiner or a pronoun that points to a particular noun or to the noun it replaces. There are four demonstratives in English: the “near” demonstratives this and these, and the “far” demonstratives that and those. This and that are singular; these and those are plural.

What is Adjetivos Demostrativos?

Adjetivos demostrativos. Share / Tweet / Pin Me! Demonstrative adjectives (this, that) are used to indicate a specific noun or nouns. In Spanish, they must agree with the noun(s) in number and gender.

What are possessive adjectives in Spanish?

Possessive adjectives come before the noun they refer to. They agree with what they describe, rather than with the person who owns that thing. Possessive adjectives are not usually used with parts of the body. Use el/la/los or las as appropriate instead.

What is the difference between Su and SUYO?

su is the short form possessive adjective and suya is the long form possessive adjective. The word “suyo” can be an adjective or a pronoun, but it the adjective is apocopated (ie. shortened) to “su” when it precedes a noun.

What are stressed possessive adjectives in Spanish?

In Spanish there are two different types of possessive adjectives: long or “stressed” forms and short or “unstressed” forms….Pronouns.

English translation Masculine Feminine
my mío(s) mía(s)
your tuyo(s) tuya(s)
his/hers/its/your (formal) suyo(s) suya(s)
our nuestro(s) nuestra(s)

What is the difference between possessive adjectives and possessive pronouns in Spanish?

Spanish possessive adjectives always precede the noun or possession. These words have a plural form, but not all of them have a feminine form. Possessive pronouns also indicate possession, but they replace the possession (the noun). They all have a plural and feminine form.

How do possessive adjectives help us tell what belongs to whom in Spanish?

What are Spanish possessive adjectives? Spanish possessive adjectives or “Los adjetivos posesivos” are words that tell us to whom something belongs. They are words like MI (my), TU (yours) and so on, and can be used like this: “Ellos son mis padres” (they are my parents).