Spanish Possessive Adjectives Quiz

Given the sentence, choose the correct Spanish possessive adjective. This 10 question Spanish quiz is meant to help you practice possessive adjectives in Spanish.

10 Questions
Multiple Choice

  • 0 Correct
  • 0 Incorrect
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Estos son _____ amigos

These are my friends

  1. A míos
  2. B tus
  3. C mis
  4. D sus

Possessive adjectives are placed before the noun or possession. ‘Mis’ is a plural adjective that indicates possession for ‘Yo’ (I) which in this case is ‘amigos’.

Mayra, ¿cuál es ______ mochila?

Mayra, which one is your backpack?

  1. A suya
  2. B tu
  3. C mi
  4. D nuestra

‘Tu’ is a possessive adjective that we use to talk about the possessions of ‘tú’’ (informal you). In this case, ‘mochila’ is the possession we’re talking about. ‘Tú’ doesn’t have a feminine form.

Sabrina me dijo que _____ libros son azules

Sabrina told me that her books are blue

  1. A tuyos
  2. B mis
  3. C sus
  4. D tus

Sus’ is a possessive adjective that we use to talk about the possessions of ‘ella’ or ‘él’. In this case, the possession is ‘libros’ which is a plural and masculine noun. Sus is placed before the possession.

Mariana y Marisol son _______ primas

Mariana and Marisol are our cousins

  1. A tu
  2. B nuestros
  3. C suyas
  4. D nuestras

Nuestras’ is a possessive adjective that we use to talk about the possessions of ‘nosotros’. ‘Nuestras’ needs to be placed before a plural, feminine noun (the possession) which in this case is ‘primas’. Nuestras does have a feminine form.

¿Cómo se llama _____ perro, Julián?

What’s your dog’s name, Julián?

  1. A tu
  2. B sus
  3. C nuestro
  4. D tus

‘Tu’ is a possessive adjective that we use to talk about the possessions of ‘tú’ (informal you). In this case, ‘perro’, a singular noun, is the property we’re talking about. ‘Tú’ doesn’t have a feminine form.

No sé cuáles son _______ asientos

I don’t know what our seats are

  1. A mi
  2. B tuyos
  3. C su
  4. D nuestros

Nuestros’ is a possessive adjective that we use to talk about the possessions of ‘nosotros’. ‘Nuestros’ needs to be placed before plural, masculine nouns (the possession) which in this case is ‘asientos’ (seats).

 ______ perro se llama Benito

My dog’s name is Benito

  1. A Mío
  2. B Nuestro
  3. C Tu
  4. D Mi

‘Mi’ is a possessive adjective that we use to talk about the possessions of ‘Yo’ (I). In this case, ‘perro’, a singular noun, is the property we’re talking about. Mi indicates that this belongs to me.

____ hermana habla español

His sister speaks Spanish

  1. A Su
  2. B Sus
  3. C Nuestras
  4. D Tu

Su’ is a possessive adjective that we use to talk about the possessions of ‘ella’ or ‘él’. In this case, the possession is hermana’ which is a plural and feminine noun. Depending on the context, su can be translated as ‘her’ or ‘his’.

Señora, ¿esta es ______ bolsa?

Madam, is this your bag?

  1. A tus
  2. B su
  3. C sus
  4. D nuestro

‘Su’ is a possessive adjective that we use to talk about the possessions of ‘usted’ (formal you). In this case, the possession is ‘bolsa’ which is a plural and masculine noun. In this context, su can be translated as ‘your’.

Mamá, ¿has visto _____ llaves?

Mom, have you seen my keys?

  1. A tus
  2. B mis
  3. C mi
  4. D sus

‘Mis’ is a possessive adjective that we use to talk about the possessions of ‘Yo’ (I). In this case, ‘llaves’  is the property we’re talking about. Mis indicates that a plural object belongs to me.

Quiz Results

Question Answer Given Correct Answer
Estos son _____ amigos
Mayra, ¿cuál es ______ mochila?
Sabrina me dijo que _____ libros son azules
Mariana y Marisol son _______ primas
¿Cómo se llama _____ perro, Julián?
No sé cuáles son _______ asientos
 ______ perro se llama Benito
____ hermana habla español
Señora, ¿esta es ______ bolsa?
Mamá, ¿has visto _____ llaves?

To test your knowledge of possessive adjectives in Spanish, we recommend you take our Spanish Possessive Pronoun Quiz since these sets of pronouns can be easily confused with possessive adjectives.

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