a. his house (masculine)
¿Es esa de la esquina su casa?Is that his house on the corner?
b. her house (feminine)
Marisa se acaba de mudar, así que no he estado en su casa todavía.Marisa just moved so I haven't been to her house yet.
c. your house (formal) (singular)
Me encanta su casa, Sra. Miller.I love your house, Mrs. Miller.
a. his home (masculine)
Efraín se mudó de su casa en Cali a una habitación de hotel en Bogotá.Efrain moved from his home in Cali to a hotel room in Bogota.
b. her home (feminine)
Mirtha es una excelente anfitriona. Todo el mundo se siente bien en su casa.Mirtha is an excellent hostess. Everybody feels good at her home.
c. your home (formal) (singular)
Si desea vender su casa, llámenos al 9992 045 045.If you want to sell your home, call us at 9992 045 045.
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