Thứ Sáu, 11 tháng 9, 2015



Possessive pronouns are words like "my" and "your" in English. Unlike in English, these words are completely regular in Esperanto. Just add -a to the end of a pronoun to turn it into its possessive form.

Like other adjectives the possessives also take the -j (plural) and -n (accusative) ending when required.

Your bears drink my beer.
Viaj ursoj trinkas mian bieron.


Kio = what or what thing.
Tio = that or that thing.

Because kio and tio always refer to something indefinite, they never take the ending -j (plural), but take the ending -n (accusative) if they refer to a direct object.

What is that?
Kio estas tio?

What are you eating?
Kion vi manĝas?

We are eating that.
Ni manĝas tion.

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