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Neuter Possessive Pronouns in Spanish

Neuter Possessive Pronouns in Spanish

Quick Answer

Neuter possessive pronouns like lo mío  and lo suyo  refer to abstract concepts and ideas and translate to what is mine, what is yours, what is his, what is hers, what is ours or what is theirs.

Forming Neuter Possessive Pronouns

To form a neuter possessive pronoun, use lo  with a long-form possessive adjective.

Neuter Possessive Pronoun Forms

lo mío
what is mine
lo tuyo
what is yours
lo nuestro
what is ours
lo vuestro
what is yours
lo suyo
what is his / what is hers / what is yours (formal), what is theirs, what is yours (plural)
Lo mío es tuyo.
What's mine is yours.
Pablo quiere lo suyo.
Pablo wants what is his.
Lo nuestro es perfecto.
What we have is perfect.

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