LINGUISTICS & CULTURE
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When it comes to language, I don’t know if we should say this is correct or that is wrong. Or yet, if we should say one must or must not use the language in certain way. English grammar is not that complicated if we compare with languages like
I’m not saying that grammar doesn’t have an important role in language learning. But try to not get yourself stuck in those things. Language has to flow, ask an English native what is a possessive case or a phrasal verb. Most likely, if you say something “weird” in English to a native, to make sure he/she understood what you were trying to say, instinctively they will repeat what you’re trying to say but in the “correct” way. Then you can get and learn from there.
To your question, a car is an inanimate object right? But we can use the possessive case to indicate some parts of the car.
I hope it helps let’s wait to see what the other folks think about that.
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