"كُرْسي الْقِطّة أَبْيَض."
Translation:The cat's chair is white.
Yes, I think you're right.
Because الْقِطّة الْبَيْضاء means 'The white cat' ... We add 'كُرْسي' at the start, which makes it into 'The white cat's chair'.
My answer actually meant something else (The cat's chair is white)! oof, Arabic can be crazy sometimes :D.
The white cat's chair: كُرْسي الْقِطّة الْبَيْضاء
The cat's chair is white: كُرْسي الْقِطّة أَبْيَض
If any native speaker or grammar wiz can clarify, please do so. Thank you <3
Well, in this example, you can define at the end: the chair is masculine and the word "white" is used in the masculine gender, and the cat is feminine, but if instead of a cat you take a dog that is masculine, then how to find out what it refers to the word "white" if both "dog" and "chair" and "white" are masculine?