Quick Spanish grammar question I'm hoping you can clarify for me.
With regard to the possessive adjective to use for nosotros/nosotras:
Am I correct in understanding that nuestra(s) would be used always when nosotras is implied or used? (ex. Nosotras tenemos nuestras fotos)? In other words, when this pronoun is feminine, the possesive adjective agrees with the subject (nosotras) and not the person/thing it is possessing (fotos)?
Does the same idea apply to nosotros when speaking of just a masculine group (ex. Nosotros tenemos nuestros Biblias)?
Also, am I correct in understanding that the possesive adjective, when nosotros is used in the sense of a mixed gender group, always agree with the thing being possessed (ex. Nosotros tenemos nuestras luces)'