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His, hers, theirs in Spanish 🇪🇸

in English in Spanish S
his, hers, theirs su
How to say “his, hers, theirs” in Spanish? “Su”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “su” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on his, hers, theirs in Spanish like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

Spanish Sentences with the Word “His, hers, theirs”

Spanish sentence with “su” English translation for su S

Fui a su casa ayer.

I went to his house yesterday.

su padre es cuidadoso

His father is careful

Jennifer puede comprarle un pastel a su hijo.

Jennifer can buy a cake for her son

su padre ha tenido que trabajar

His father has had to work

su esposo ha sido un buen padre

Her husband has been a good father

Comía con su familia

He used to eat with his family

Marco alimentaba a su perro.

Marco used to feed his dog

Juliana se parece a su hermana.

Juliana looks like her sister.

su padre es un abogado

Her father is a lawyer

su acento es cada día mejor.

His accent is better every day

su universidad necesita más estudiantes

His college needs more students

¿Cuál es su color favorito?

What is her favourite color?

En su granja tienen una vaca que come hierba.

On their farm they have a cow that eats grass.

Marco es su padre

Marco is his father

¿Tú crees que Andrea esté en su casa?

Do you think Andrea is at her home?

Quiero enviarle dinero por su cumpleaños.

I want to send him money for his birthday.

Se lo voy a comprar para su cumpleaños.

I’m going to buy it for her birthday.

Fue bueno que Emmanuel cuidara a su hermana.

It was good that Emmanuel took care of his sister.

¿Crees que ellos hayan celebrado su aniversario?

Do you think they have celebrated their anniversary?

¿Ambar les dio su número de teléfono?

Did Ambar give you guys her phone number?

Se lo pueden preparar en su cumpleaños.

They can prepare it on his birthday.

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Su backpack is cool

2 years ago


2 years ago


2 years ago


Normal speech: SOO
IPA: su

8 months ago



2 years ago

Yo, tu, el(s),ella(s), nosotros, vosotrus,Usted/Ustedes

2 years ago


If the word following su is plural, add an s.
Her parents=sus padres
His books=sus libros
Its paws=sus patas

9 months ago

So helpful!

3 months ago


Can also mean “its”.
Its neck=su cuello

9 months ago


su drawings are awesome.

a year ago

¿Cual es SU preferencia de idioma?

a year ago

Ok sooo

Su sounds like so it funny

2 years ago

he,she,we,they. Match with are,can,will, won’t

Examples We can. She won’t. They won’t. In spanish.

2 years ago

you need more information for won’t/will not, and you can probably say it many different way.
Poder =can. So, no podemos for a general we can not.
Will not likely depends on the verb, situation, and preceding sentence/ context.
generally ” will x ” is a simple future tense. with three exception, take the infinitive and simply add the future stem: caminarás for example.
adding a no prior means you, he she it will not do that action.
simply, I will not do it use hacer preceded by a direct object.
no lo hacerá. I won’t do it.
I am not telling you it all but that should be a good start. you can find conjugations all over the place to double check what you put together.

2 years ago

su info.

Tips to remember “su”:
– Associate “su” with the English word “sue,” a common name, but also remember it stands for possession like the “s” in “his” and “hers.”
– Think of “su” as a suitcase holding someone’s belongings—it implies ownership or possession.

– “Su” is a possessive adjective in Spanish that can mean “his,” “her,” “its,” “their,” or “your” (formal singular and plural), depending on the context.
– It agrees in number with the noun it modifies, not the owner (su libro/sus libros for his/her/their/your book/books).

Other words that mean the same thing:
– “Su” can be substituted with “tu” (your, familiar singular), “vuestro/vuestra/vuestros/vuestras” (your, familiar plural in Spain) or “mi/mis” (my) based on the possessive party’s relation to the speaker.

Alternate meanings:
– “Su” does not usually carry slang meanings.
– In formal contexts, “su” can also refer to “one’s” as in a general sense (Su opinión es importante – One’s opinion is important).

Examples of sentences that use “su”:
1. Ella trae su abrigo. (She brings her coat.)
2. Juan perdió su llave. (Juan lost his key.)
3. Los niños limpiaron su habitación. (The children cleaned their room.)
4. Usted debe firmar su nombre aquí. (You should sign your name here – formal singular.)
5. Por favor, entreguen su tarea. (Please hand in your homework – formal plural or referring to a group.)
6. El gato está durmiendo en su cama. (The cat is sleeping in its bed.)

a few seconds ago


100 hour maby

2 months ago

??????? What do U mean???

2 months ago

What are you talking about @

a month ago

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