1. (third person singular)
a. his aunt (masculine)
No le deberías hablar así a Julio. Su tía es la dueña de la compañía.You shouldn't talk to Julio like that. His aunt is the owner of the company.
b. her aunt (feminine)
Cuando Julieta y yo visitamos San Francisco, nos quedamos con su tía.When Julieta and I visited San Francisco, we stayed with her aunt.
2. (formal) (second person singular)
a. your aunt
Señor Clark, llamó su hermana. Dijo que su tía sufrió un accidente y que está en el hospital.Mr. Clark, your sister called. She said your aunt had an accident and is in the hospital.
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