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Compound nouns & Possessive nouns

Course Queries Syllabus Queries

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( 4 months ago )

I often get confused when I want to distinguish the nouns as adjectives from possessive nouns.

For examples, these phrasings make me think and unsure.

  1. The syllabus highlights.
  2. Relationship problems
  3. Admission requirements.

Aren't we saying here that in 1. the syllabus has these highlights. 2. This relationship has these problems. 3. the admission has these requirments, which means they should be possessive nouns?

Please tell me how you have learned to distinguish between them easily.

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