LINGUISTICS & CULTURE
|Data:||17/JUL/2013 4:45 AM|
I read once that the top English grammarians don't agree with one another all of the time, and that was news to me.
On a quick search online I notice that the "genitive suffix" is present in other languages besides English, and I was surprised to learn that the "genitive case" in English is also called "Saxon Genitive".
So, thanks Jazz for bringing interesting questions to the table because we can search and dig for answers together.
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