An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (possessive)
a. su (singular)
I admire their attitude.Admiro su actitud.
b. sus (plural)
Their children behaved beautifully.Sus hijos se portaron de maravilla.
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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (singular)
a. su
2. (plural)
a. sus
we went to their housefuimos a casa de ellos
3. (for parts of body, clothes; translated by definite article)
their eyes are bluetienen los ojos azules
they both forgot their hatslos dos se olvidaron el sombrero
4. (indefinite use)
a. su
somebody called but they didn't leave their nameha llamado alguien, pero no ha dejado su nombre
someone's left their umbrellaalguien se ha dejado el paraguas
their [ðɛəʳ]
possessive adjective
(with singular noun) su; (with plural noun) sus
their father su padre; their house su casa; their parents sus padres; their sisters sus hermanas; they took off their coats se quitaron los abrigos; after washing their hands después de lavarse las manos; someone stole their car alguien les robó el coche
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