Yes, this is fun. Genitive case has many hard explanations and definitions, but to make it easy, it's the little -s on the end of words! Not every word, but when something is belonging to someone, for example;
So why are we talking about this you wonder? Because it's different in Norwegian! Not so much, but there is a little difference. So the difference is, we don't use it! We have the -s on the end of the word, without the apostrophe, with some exeptions.
So that's easy right! But there is some exeptions.
Word/Names ending with -s, -z, -x gets an apostrophe, but at the end of the word!
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