1. (third person singular)
Juan dice que su abuelo tiene 95 años y hace yoga todos los días.Juan says his grandfather is 95 years old and does yoga everyday.
María quiere mucho a su abuelo porque fue él quien la crió.Maria loves her grandfather very much because it was he who brought her up.
2. (formal) (second person singular)
Su abuelo y yo somos viejos amigos y él me ha pedido que le ofrezca un trabajo en mi empresa.Your grandfather and I are old friends and he's asked me to offer you a job in my firm.
3. (third person plural)
¿Conoces a Luisa y Alberto? - Sí, su abuelo vivía en la casa de al lado de la nuestra.Do you know Luisa and Alberto? - Yes, their grandfather lived next door to us.
4. (second person plural)
A su abuelo le haría muy feliz que ustedes fueran a visitarlo más a menudo.Your grandfather would be very happy if you went to visit him more often.
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