So it was "mis perros" but "mi gato" - is it "mis" when the possession is plural?
Jasmine, Mis is used when a plural of something is being used, but Mi is used when the object is not plural.
Hope this helps!
What is the difference between mìo and mì?
What is the diff bet - Bebe and Beben??
el/ella/eso bebe = he/she/ it drinks
ellos / ustedes beben = they/ you(prural) drink
What is the diference between mìo and mì? Aren't both of them mean: mine?
Close, but no. Mio = mine, mi/mis = my.
does the pronouncement change when you read gato in a sentence? the g sounds more soft to me ...
What i get confused on is the verb
beber - to drink
(yo) bebo - I drink
(tú) bebes - You (familiar) drink
(usted/él/ella) bebe - You (formal)/he/she drinks
(nosotros) bebemos - We drink
(ellos/ellas) beben - They drink
I do not understand mi,mis,mas what do they even mean?
Mi is used with singular objects.
Mis is used with plural things.