"His socks are black."
Translation:Liaj ŝtrumpetoj estas nigraj.
If it is possible to say "Glacio malvarmas," meaning that ice is cold - making an ajective (malvalrma) into a verb (malvarmi), is it then possible for something that is white (Gxi estas blanka) to also "be white" in the same way, in other words "gxi blankas"? Is it also, by the same token, possible that something is black, saying "gxi nigras"? Please advise.
So just to confirm... If the possession is plural, you add the -j to the end of the pronoun? Does this mean pronouns are a form of adjectives, and that's why they have the -a ending? Thanks (dankon)
Mia seĝo Miaj seĝoj
❤❤❤❤❤ seĝo Nigraj seĝoj
Mia ❤❤❤❤❤ seĝo Miaj nigraj seĝoj
(PS, I can make posts but I am unable to respond to posts for whatever reason.)
Technically they're called possessive determiners; and yes, for this purpose they're treated like adjectives. (Except that you can't ever make verbs out of them.)