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German possessive "s" or alternate Genitive construction?

Einem Namen oder Eigennamen geht zumeist kein bestimmter Artikel voran. nun ist allerdings nur an solchen Artikeln der Fall, in dem ein Wort steht, zu erkennen. "Der Geburtstag des Bruce Wayne&...
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German possessive "s" or alternate Genitive construction?

There is no "possessive" in German, because the English possessive is exactly what the Genitiv in German is for. First, let us peel apart the objects of the sentence. The whole sentence is ...
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German possessive "s" or alternate Genitive construction?

This sentence is in imperative mode (it is an invitation which is a sub-form of a command), so it should end with an exclamation mark: Feiern Sie Bruce Waynes Geburtstag! Since it is in imperative ...
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German possessive "s" or alternate Genitive construction?

Proper names usually go without an article, so it is "Bruce Wayne" instead of "der Bruce Wayne", and in Genitiv "Bruce Waynes" instead of "des Bruce Wayne" (...
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der Montag oder Montag

Ich würde hier den Artikel benutzen, analog zu "der Februar", "der Frühling" oder "der Nachmittag", aber es klingt bei Wochentagen aus irgendwelchen Gründen zumindest für ...
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