Possessive phrases

  1. A) Sentences with a possessive phrase (genitive marked possessor and possessed noun)
  2. My cat is outside. The genitive marked possessor is (My), and the possessed noun is (cat).
  3. Pedro’s cat is inside. The genitive marked possessor is (Pedro's), and the possessed noun is (cat).
  4. Maria’s house is small. The genitive marked possessors are (Maria's), and the possessed noun is (house).
  5. Elvia’s child was at Gladys’ house. The genitive marked possessors are (Elvia's and Gladys'), and the possessed nouns are (child and house).
  6. Juan’s cat ate my bread. The genitive marked possessors are (Juan's and my), and the possessed nouns are (Cat and bread).
  7. Your child is holding their cat. The genitive marked possessors are (Your and their), and the possessed nouns are (child and cat).
  8. Their house is bigger than Maria’s. The genitive marked possessors are (Their and Maria's), and the possessed noun is (house).
  9. Juan’s dog ate your bread. The genitive marked possessor (Juan’s and your), and the possessed nouns are (dog and bread)

 

  1. 1. My cat is outside. noqax misij jawapi
  2. Pedro’s cat is inside.                       pedrox misin ukhupi
  3. Maria’s

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