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Nouns in Nominative

Today begins a new series on nouns. Each case will be posted one at a time for the next few weeks. I’m trying something different, so for the next while, updates will be on Mondays with grammatical building blocks. I’m … 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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