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The paper aims at presenting the use of the genitive in English and Romanian. In English the genitive is the rule with nouns denoting persons and sometimes things and with nouns denoting time. It may also be used as a post-genitive or as a local genitive whether singular or plural. The genitive alternates with an of-adjunct with proper names, with names of animals, with certain names of things, with names of measures and values. In Romanian the genitive has numerous values: the possessivedoaj:ba43aa8f17a84971b7604205bca23584 fatcat:n4awkkyasvczfa5dpm2qzyr7we