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Possessive adjectives (French: les adjectifs possessifs) in French are used to signify that one person or thing belongs to another and is usually placed in front of the noun they refer to.
|with masculine singular noun||with feminine singular noun||with plural noun (both genders)||Meaning|
Note that mon, ton and son are used before feminine nouns or adjectives beginning with a vowel or silent h.
Make sure that the possessive adjective always agrees in number and gender with the noun that is modified, not with the person who owns that thing.
Bear in mind that the equivalent of your in French is ton/ta/tes for someone you call tu (informal), or votre/vos for someone you call vous (very formal).
The possessive adjective must be repeated before each noun.
Note that possessive adjectives are NOT used when you're referring to parts of the body, clothing, mental faculties or if the possessor is clearly indicated by the indirect object pronoun that has been used before the verb.
Use le, la, l' or les instead:
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