Difference between revisions of "Genitive Case (definition)"
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Genitive case indicates that the noun involved (often marked) is possessed by the entity referred to by another noun.
- Case (definition)
- Accusative Case (definition)
- Nominative Case (definition)
- Common Case (definition)
- Dative Case (definition)
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