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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
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