I'm trying to understand the difference between su and suyo.
SpanishDict has the same question, but the lack of upvotes on their answers and even comments quizzing the accuracy of some of the answers has left me unsure of the validity of the answer.
I will assume the answer from their site is correct:
su is a possessive adjective and suya is a possessive pronoun.When you use suya it would probably be preceded by the words "de," or "de la." When using su, I believe that it would usually precede the noun that it modifies
To help understand the use of suya/suyo, I'd like to know is there any need to learn suya. Are there situations where I couldn't rephrase the sentence to use su instead?
For clarity, I'm not trying to cheat the language, I have every intention of learning it as well as I can, but knowing this will help to understand the use case.