I'm making a set of drill flash cards where i can pick up different components from each deck and try to stick them together to form sentences. I'm attempting to combine the two different ways to express colors, negative vs positive, ownership, and the two ways to express this/that/that over there. While thinking this up, i thought of two problems where i were to pull up the following combination of cards..
The excessive use of の worries me that i may be trying to cram too much into one mode of practice for the first one.
blue (Noun form), その, dog, i (owner), negative
That black dog, it is not my dog.
Is this a correctly constructed sentence? if so, i assume typical speech truncates a lot of the unecessary wording?
and in the following, i wont be able to place the color noun and the ownership simultaneously within this sentence will i? At least without changing the color to its adjective form.
white (noun form), あれ, cat, you (owner), positive
That over there, it is your cat.
That over there, it is a white cat.