Possessive Case or Genitive Case
Grammar Index : 2
This is your pencil.
A noun is said to be in Possessive Case or Genitive Case, if it denotes possession or ownership.
A noun or pronoun in the Possessive Case or Genitive Case is governed by the noun that follows it.
Your is in possessive case.
It is our idea.
Our is in possessive case.
John’s sister has been hospitalized.
John's is in possessive case.
This is his pencil.
Your father is waiting for you.
Her sister is calling her on phone.
My friend is absent today.
Our college is closed for holidays.
Their country is in turmoil.
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