If you wanted to make the "his" explicit, "agricola" would still be nominative because it is the subject of the sentence, but there would be an "eius" (genitive singular masculine of "is, ea, id") before "filia".
bellum paxque wrote:Using eius in this sentence suggests that the farmer lives with someone ELSE'S daughter. What you need is the 3rd person reflexive pronoun, namely, suus-a-um. So, agricola cum sua filia in casa habitat.
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