The possessive singular – part 2.

I know it took me a bit long to write this blogpost. But as Hungarians say:

Jobb később, mint soha!

/Better late, than never 🙂 literally: better later, than never/

 

In part 1 you learned the possessive of nouns ending in a vowel. Now let’s see those ending in a consonant.

 

testverek

learn-more-stamp-oldred

 

A linking vowel always have to be added to a noun ending in a consonant. It will help you to pronounce the possessive forms.

The possibilities for your linking vowels were in the table in the previous blogpost: under the bold forms, in brackets.

But which one should you choose? Let’s see!

 

 

teachingagain
 
 
 

write me here if you areinterested

 

 

2nd group: consonant ending nouns

If the word has front vowels, choose a linking vowel which itself is a front vowel.

 

testver

gyerek

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2nd group: consonant ending nouns

If the word has front vowels, choose a linking vowel which itself is a front vowel.

 

 

telefonom

 

telefonom2

 

ablak

 

 

We will continue from here next time 😉

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