Models for Parsing in Pronoun in The Possessive Case






Models for Parsing in Pronoun in The Possessive Case :


James wrote a letter by his father's permission.

FATHER'S is a common noun, masculine gender, singular noun, 3rd person and in the possessive case governed by permission.

Parse HIS in the foregoing sentence.

HIS is a personal pronoun, masculine, singular noun, and 3rd person and in the possessive case governed by FATHER'S.

The parsing of the Pronoun here is complete as far as it goes. But there are other things to be learned concerning it.

George Washington's Farewell Address has just been read.

GEORGE WASHINGTON’S a complex name, is a proper noun, masculine gender, singular noun, third person, possessive case governed by ADDRESS.

The Commander-in-chief’s horse was stolen.

THE COMMANDER-IN-CHIEF’S is a complex title is a common noun, masculine noun, singular noun, third person, possessive case governed by HORSE.







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