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When do you use mio, el mio, and lo mio?

Also, is the feminine form mia and la mia?

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Hi Juelz,

Here is a reference article that should help to answer your question. Feel free to come back if there is something you still don't understand. Possessive Pronouns

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mío and mía are long form possessive adjectives.

libro mío=my book

manzana mía=my apple


el mío and la mía are possessive pronouns as Nicole says.

Ese libro es (el) mío. [the definite article is dropped after the verb Ser] That book is mine.

Esa manzana es (la) mía. That apple is mine.

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