Hey all, I've been try to learn the case system of MSA, but I think I'm having a hard time seeing how to utilize with a word that ends in a hamza plus a possessive ending. Here is my thinking so far: 1) In the sky: "في السماءِ" that is, with a kasrah 2) My sky: "سمائي" -- that is, hamza on the line -> hamza on a yaa' + yaa' 3) In my sky "في سمائي" -- it's the same? --- So I guess this is really two questions now that I look at it: #1: What is the proper way to write 1) / 2)? Does the hamza change positions? Or perhaps another possessive construct is used? #2: How do you differentiate between genitive (kasrah) + "my" (yaa') and just plain "my" (yaa')?