I haven't studied Spanish for a while and I forgot that each word has either a female or male ending. Slipped my mind. Thanks.
Can anyone please explain why the correct answer is "Mi camisa" and not "Mia camisa"?
Because 'mi' is the feminine form of 'my', whereas 'mia' means mine (feminine). Usually it would be 'mi camisa' (my shirt) and 'la camisa es mia' (the shirt is mine).
mis is used if the noun is plural and mi is used if the noun is singular (same with tus/tu and sus/su)
Interesting enough it allowed me to use camiseta in place of camisa. I wonder what is the difference
I was taught that camiseta was t-shirt. The strategy we learned was that camiseta has a "T" in it, which is why it`s t-shirt.
A good way to remember this is to think, Camisa=Camisole. By the way, a camisole is kind of like a shirt.