I understand that the correct declension of an adjective without article follows the strong declension (starke Deklination) - here with a masculine substantive:
N. kalter Rauch
G. kalten Rauchs
D. kaltem Rauch
A. kalten Rauch
The only case that does not follow the strong declension is in genitive masculine (or neuter), and I was told the reason is that the substantive Rauchs shows the case mark -s.
What is the correct adjective flexion however when the attribute of an n-declined noun is in genitive? They do not have the final -s. So is it:
Thanks a lot.