Videos > Rule 21: The Genitive with Adjectives
The genitive case is also used with adjectives denoting desire, knowledge, memory, fullness, power, sharing, guilt, and their opposites, participles when used as plain adjectives, and adjectives ending in -āx (like tenāx and capāx). Whew, that's a mouthful. Why not watch this video and learn more?
Topics: 91 rules of grammar adjectives cases nouns
Published on March 4, 2019