Possessive adjectives Exercises in Latvian language

Possessive adjectives in Latvian play a vital role in conveying ownership and relationships between people and objects. Much like in English, these adjectives modify nouns to indicate to whom something belongs. For instance, "my book" translates to "mana grāmata" in Latvian. Understanding how to use possessive adjectives correctly is essential for constructing clear and meaningful sentences, whether you're discussing family, belongings, or various personal associations. In Latvian, possessive adjectives must agree in gender, number, and case with the noun they describe. This means that the form of the possessive adjective will change depending on whether the noun is masculine or feminine, singular or plural. For example, "his car" is "viņa mašīna," while "her book" is "viņas grāmata." Mastering these nuances is crucial for achieving fluency and effective communication in Latvian. Our exercises are designed to help you practice and internalize these rules, ensuring that you can use possessive adjectives with confidence and precision.

Exercise 1

<p>1. *Mans* suns ir ļoti draudzīgs (my).</p> <p>2. *Tava* māsa ir ļoti talantīga (your, singular).</p> <p>3. *Viņa* automašīna ir sarkana (his).</p> <p>4. *Viņas* māja ir lieliska (her).</p> <p>5. *Mūsu* skolotājs ir ļoti gudrs (our).</p> <p>6. *Jūsu* dārzs ir skaists (your, plural).</p> <p>7. *Viņu* draugi ir ļoti jautri (their).</p> <p>8. *Mans* dators ir jauns (my).</p> <p>9. *Tavs* tēvs ir ārsts (your, singular).</p> <p>10. *Viņu* kaķis ir ļoti mīļš (their).</p>
 

Exercise 2

<p>1. Es redzēju *tavu* suni parkā (your dog).</p> <p>2. Mēs apciemojām *mūsu* vecmāmiņu svētdien (our grandmother).</p> <p>3. Viņi aizmirsa *savas* atslēgas mājās (their keys).</p> <p>4. Vai tu paņēmi *manu* grāmatu no bibliotēkas? (my book).</p> <p>5. Viņa atrada *savu* telefonu somā (her phone).</p> <p>6. Mēs apmeklēsim *jūsu* dzimšanas dienas ballīti (your birthday party, plural/formal).</p> <p>7. Viņš izmantoja *savu* datoru, lai strādātu (his computer).</p> <p>8. Es atceros *mūsu* pirmo tikšanos (our first meeting).</p> <p>9. Vai tu redzēji *viņu* jauno māju? (their new house).</p> <p>10. Viņa rakstīja *savus* mājasdarbus vakarā (her homework).</p>
 

Exercise 3

<p>1. *Mana* māja ir lielākā uz ielas (possessive adjective for "my" in nominative singular).</p> <p>2. *Viņa* suns ir ļoti draudzīgs (possessive adjective for "his" in nominative singular).</p> <p>3. Es redzēju *tavu* grāmatu uz galda (possessive adjective for "your" in accusative singular).</p> <p>4. *Mūsu* draugi mīl spēlēt futbolu (possessive adjective for "our" in nominative plural).</p> <p>5. Vai tu zini *viņu* adresi? (possessive adjective for "their" in accusative singular).</p> <p>6. *Jūsu* automašīna ir ļoti skaista (possessive adjective for "your" in nominative singular, formal or plural).</p> <p>7. *Tavas* brilles ir uz galda (possessive adjective for "your" in nominative plural, informal).</p> <p>8. Man patīk *viņas* kleita (possessive adjective for "her" in nominative singular).</p> <p>9. *Mūsu* kaķis ir ļoti mīļš (possessive adjective for "our" in nominative singular).</p> <p>10. Vai tu vari man aizdot *savu* pildspalvu? (possessive adjective for "your" in accusative singular, informal).</p>
 

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