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 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
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 ...
I do not understand mi,mis,mas what do they even mean?
Mi is used with singular objects.
Mis is used with plural things.