The French Possessive pronouns

Possessive pronouns are used to indicate a possessive relationship (possibly a connection, affiliation, assignment):

Possessive pronouns
Singular Object
Plural Objects
mon, ma
my(m)
my(f)
mes
my
ton, ta
your (m)
your (f)
tes
yours (m)
yours (f)
son, sa
his(m)
her (f)
ses
his(m)
her (f)
notre
our
nos
ours
votre
your
vos
yours
leur
their (m)
their (f)
leurs
theirs(m)
theirs (f)

💬 For Example:
Rends-moi mes disques. - Give me my records back.

 

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