[FONT=courier new,courier]בּוֹקֶר טוֹב[/FONT] This may seem like a strange question, and you may require me to elaborate a bit before you can give me the kind of answer I'm looking for. In English, German, Spanish, French, the modern tongues of which I have experience, the pronouns presuppose ownership. For example: "My body" "Her hand" "His face" Is this the case in Hebrew? I don't want to presume too much, but I don't see pronouns in Hebrew. Is it the nouns that take different forms to express possession or ownership? Also, if anyone here has a working knowledge of any other very old languages, I would love to hear from you on this. Anything would be helpful, especially help from someone with some kind of working knowledge of Phoenician, Akkadian, Babylonian, anything Sumerian and old. Thanks in advance.