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- follows a noun to indicate that this noun possesses some previously mentioned object, much like English 's
- Hierdie is my broer se kamer en daardie is my suster s’n.
- This is my brother’s room and that one is my sister’s.
- S’n is also used to form the possessive pronouns according with ons (“we”), u (“you (polite)”), julle (“you (plural)”), and hulle (“they”). For example: Ons het ons probleme en hulle het hulle s’n (“We have our problems and they have theirs.”) The other personal pronouns have special forms: myne, joune, syne, and hare.