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I + am = I'm we + are = we're you + are = you're (s)he + is = (s)he'sit + is = it's they + are = they'reNote: The apostrophe (') takes the place of the vowel in the verb.
"My" and "your" are possessive adjectives. Here are more possessive adjectives:I→my..........we→ouryou→your...you(plural)→your he→his.......they→theirshe→her.....they→their
wear- uso, desgaste
from the- dothese- estes, estas, this- esta, este, isto
Where are you from?-Where is he from?
Where are you from?Where is he from?
De onde você é? De onde ele é?
To ask about someone's home country, use the question 'Where are you from?'Change the verb 'to be' for each subject:I am / you are / he or she is / they are / we are
What is your nationality?What is his nationality? What is her nationality?What is our nationality?What is their nationality? To ask about nationality, use the question 'What is your nationality?'Change the possessive pronoun for each subject: you-your / he -his / she-hers / we-our / they-their
"Hi" is the informal form.1. Hello, Mr. Jones!2. Hi, John!o greet someone, we use "hello" or "hi" and the person's name. We usually use "hi" with our friends and family.o cumprimentar alguém, nós usamos "Olá" e "oi" e o nome da pessoa. Costumamos usar "oi" com nossos amigos e familiares.