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"mi" Spanish translation



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Meaning: possessive adjective 'my'

Mi casa es grande.

My house is big.

Meaning: informal second person singular possessive pronoun 'your'

¿Dónde está mi libro? No puedo encontrarlo.

Where is your book? I can't find it.

Meaning: informal second person plural possessive pronoun 'your'

Mis amigos y yo vamos a visitar mi ciudad natal.

You and your friends are going to visit your hometown.

Meaning: formal second person singular possessive pronoun 'your'

¿Puede darme su número de teléfono?

Can you give me your phone number?

Meaning: informal first person singular reflexive pronoun 'myself'

Me voy a hacer mi propio desayuno.

I am going to make myself my own breakfast.


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A1: Mi perro es muy juguetón.

My dog is very playful.

A1: Esta es mi casa.

This is my house.

A1: Mi hermana estudia en la universidad.

My sister studies at the university.

B1: Me gustaría mejorar mi nivel de inglés.

I would like to improve my English level.

B1: Mi padre ha trabajado en esa empresa durante muchos años.

My father has worked in that company for many years.

B2: Siempre llevo mi teléfono móvil conmigo.

I always carry my mobile phone with me.

C1: Mi abuela había vivido en ese pueblo toda su vida antes de mudarse a la ciudad.

My grandmother had lived in that town all her life before moving to the city.

C1: Me preocupa que mi jefe no esté contento con mi trabajo.

I'm worried that my boss is not happy with my work.

C2: Mi objetivo principal es alcanzar el éxito profesional y personal.

My main goal is to achieve professional and personal success.

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The Spanish pronoun 'mi' is the possessive form of the first person singular. It translates to 'my' in English and is used to indicate ownership or possession.

In Spanish, 'mi' agrees in gender and number with the noun it modifies. For example, 'mi casa' means 'my house', where 'casa' is a feminine singular noun. Similarly, 'mis amigos' means 'my friends', where 'amigos' is a masculine plural noun.

It is important to note that 'mi' is used before a noun, while 'mí' (with an accent) is used as a reflexive pronoun or after prepositions.

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