[MUSIC] When talking about your possessions, the things you own, or other people's things, use the following possessive adjectives. But be sure to make them agree in person, number, and gender with the nouns they modify. Remember, that the third person forms su/sus can refer to her, his, its, their, as well as your,
the formal singular and plural forms. So for the first person, we have in the singular, mi. In the plural,
you're going to have to make things agree with the noun that they're modifying in terms of number and gender. Nuestro, nuestros, nuestra, nuestras, and then you have in the second person, tú, and in the plural vuestro, vuestros, vuestra, vuestras. And in the third person, su and sus, let's look at some examples. Tú casa es más grande que mi casa.
Your house is bigger than mine. Nuestro país es muy bonito> Our country is very beautiful. Sus calles tienen muchu tráfico. Their streets have a lot of traffic. Está usted muy activa por su edad. You are very active for your age. Remember, that the possessive adjectives are always going to agree with the noun they modify.