"suyo" is a Spanish possessive pronoun that means "his", "hers", "yours" (formal), or "theirs". It is used to indicate ownership or possession of something.
Ese libro es suyo.
That book is his/hers/its.
Meaning: yours (singular, formal)
¿Es este bolígrafo suyo?
Is this pen yours?
Meaning: yours (plural, formal)
Estos documentos son suyos.
These documents are yours.
Meaning: yours (singular, informal)
¿Es esta bicicleta suya?
Is this bicycle yours?
Meaning: yours (plural, informal)
Estas llaves son suyas.
These keys are yours.
A1: El libro es suyo.
A1: The book is his/hers.
A1: La casa es suya.
A1: The house is his/hers.
A1: Los zapatos son suyos.
A1: The shoes are his/hers.
B1: Ese coche rojo es el suyo.
B1: That red car is his/hers.
B1: ¿Dónde está la carpeta? - La suya está en la mesa.
B1: Where is the folder? - His/hers is on the table.
B1: No puedo encontrar mi teléfono, pero el suyo está aquí.
B1: I can't find my phone, but his/hers is here.
C1: El éxito de la empresa fue gracias a suyo liderazgo innovador.
C1: The success of the company was thanks to his/her innovative leadership.
C1: Aunque no era su responsabilidad directa, él se hizo cargo del proyecto y lo llevó a cabo con éxito. Su compromiso fue admirable.
C1: Although it wasn't his direct responsibility, he took charge of the project and carried it out successfully. His commitment was admirable.
C1: Ella siempre ha sido una persona generosa y solidaria. Suyo es un corazón lleno de bondad.
C1: She has always been a generous and supportive person. Hers is a heart full of kindness.
In Spanish, possessive pronouns are used to show who owns or possesses something. They agree in gender and number with the noun they refer to. For example, if you want to say "his car", you would use the pronoun "suyo". If the noun is masculine singular, you would use "suyo"; if it's feminine singular, you would use "suya"; if it's masculine plural, you would use "suyos"; and if it's feminine plural, you would use "suyas".
The pronoun "suyo" can also be used as a formal way to address someone when talking about their possessions. For example, instead of saying "Is this your book?", you could say "Is this book yours?" using the pronoun "suyo".
It's important to note that the possessive pronoun "suyo" can also function as a possessive adjective when placed before a noun. In this case, it agrees in gender and number with the noun it modifies. For example, if you want to say "his car", you would use the possessive adjective form: "su carro".