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Answered 2012-08-10 21:46:22

Yes, a possessive noun is a kind of noun; a possessive noun is a noun in the possessive case.

Example:

noun: tree

possessive noun: the tree's leaves

noun: Robert

possessive noun: Robert's bicycle

noun: story

possessive noun: the story's end

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Answered 2020-05-12 23:22:58

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