So I have a person's name in place of the noun and I am trying to get a better handle on how to interpret this sentence. Would it be for example, Tommie's people predicted? The full context is that this is a chapter in a book:
Google translate gives me:
"...of people predicted"
Or could it be:
Predicted (n.) ?
Context: A Chapter title in the book I am reading: 哆啦 A 梦的大預言 Where the first part is just a name of the person in the book..
Based on comment's; it seems this would then be (n.) predictions.
The variations of the possessive do not seem to make sense to me in this context. Thanks in advance for any assistance resolving how to interpret this structure.