Italian Language Game - Easy Possessives

With this Italian Language Game you can practice and learn "Possessive Adjectives".
English speakers have it easy: there is only one form "my".  But in Italian there are four forms, depending on whether the following noun is masculine or feminine or singular or plural. In addition, you have to use the definite article at time as well.
Test your knowledge of the Italian possessive adjectives "mio" "mia" "miei" and "mie" - with this fun interactive "Word Invader" Italian vocabulary game.
Learn when you need to use the definite article with a possessive adjective, and when you don't.
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Posted 14:54PM on July 17 2014 by Ulrike Rettig
Categories: Italian | Tags: Italian, Italian game, Italian language game, Italian possessives