Examples of The Possessive Case/Genitive Case

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Definition of The Possessive Case/Genitive Case:

The case which is used to show possession is called the possessive case or genitive case. In case of nouns, an apostrophe is used to show it.

Examples of The Possessive Case/Genitive Case:

  • This is Adam’s car.
  • This is his car.
  • Anna’s name is written here.
  • Her name is written here.
  • Is this your book?
  • What is your name?
  • This is Aric’s house.
  • This is his house.
  • This assignment is Tom’s.
  • This is his assignment.
  • Is Pam your sister?
  • This is Allen’s writing.
  • This is his writing.
  • This is Mary’s cat.
  • This is her cat.
  • This necklace is mine.
  • We are at Jeff’s home now.
  • We are at his home now.
  • Bob will live today at his aunt’s place.
  • We are coming to your home.
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