Genitive and Periods of Time
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In the English language the genitive case is used to show or project a sense of ownership. This term is much more related to languages other than English. In English it will often be referred to as the possessive case. It can also be used to display a source of something and in some cases a trait or characteristic. It can be used to display possession in an adjective dependent noun or a basic noun or pronoun. The genitive is expressed in writing by adding an apostrophe proceeded by the letter "s". This always language to be much more fluid. This often a difficult section for non-native speakers, it will require a good deal of practice. After the nominative case, which determines the case of nouns and pronouns, this is the second most used case. This worksheet will help students identify and effectively use the genitive case in their own sentences as well as correct the writing of others.
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