Mi casa es tu casa. That’s a very nice and simple, but very common phrase that Spanish people use to make their guests or visitors comfortable at home. It means something like “make yourself at home”. However, notice that we have used one of the Spanish possessive pronouns here: mi. This is what we call determinantes posesivos, or just posesivos, in Spanish. It’s a good thing to learn, as they are very frequently used in all languages! Check out this box below to know the form of the posesivos. Not very hard! Now, why don’t you try to do the following online exercise? You will be practicing the Spanish possessive pronouns. You need to fill in the blanks with a posesivo. You’ll get the answers at the end.
If you enjoyed this exercise, remember there are lots of free Spanish exercises and downloadable PDFs with Spanish grammar activities and explanations on previous posts. Also, if you are interested in practising your Spanish more thoroughly, we recommend you to check our Skype Spanish lessons (clases de español online). You can try them out by clicking here and getting your first trial class!