Possessive Case :
Possessive Case = Genitive Case
A noun that indicates possession is known as Possessive or genitive case.
• This is Ram’s house.
• She works in women’s College.
• I am a member of the student’s union.
• We attend my brother-in –law’s marriage.
• He was, in smith, the jeweler’s shop.
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