Daniel Andreasson wrote: > >There are three ways of forming possessives in Cein: > >1. by juxtaposition >2. by using the genitive particle _o_ >3. by using a possessive pronoun > >Cein differs between alienable and inalienable possession. >Alienable possession refers to things which are not an inherent >part of you, a possession which can be terminated, such as >'my dog' or 'the girl's book'. Inalienable possession is something >you own inherently, a possession which cannot be terminated, such >as 'my head' or 'the boy's foot'. What?! You're saying you can't lose your head? Bob the Executioner here has another opinion, os come over and we'll have it settled ... Sorry, couldn't resist! :-) Ta dáken zol tsin sens. Andreas _________________________________________________________________________ Get Your Private, Free E-mail from MSN Hotmail at http://www.hotmail.com.