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Nouns in Genitive

The genitive case is one of the more complex cases in Latvian.  Two of its uses, possession and prepositions, have already been discussed elsewhere on this blog. I’ll be summarizing what’s in those two entries, but you should definitely go … Continue reading

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Possession

The most common definition of the genitive case is that it shows possession. (The genitive case is used for other constructions, but this is the most common usage.) In English, we have two options to show possession, either through the … Continue reading

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