DISCLAIMER: As I have said before, I am not going to "teach" anything here. I strongly suggest that if you are interested in learning Greenlandic you get some of the materials listed in the other topic.
Expressing POSSESSION / EXISTENCE
We have already looked at phrases like "arnap qimmia" = the woman's dog.
Now, what do you do if you want to say a whole sentence like "the woman has/owns a dog"?
arnaq qimmeqarpoq = the woman has a dog
arnaq qimmeqarpa? = does the woman have a dog?
arnaq qimmeqanngilaq = the woman does not have a dog
So the endings are -qarpoq and -qanngilaq, and you add them to the thing that someone owns. This means that you have formed a verb, something like:
"the woman dog-having-is" or "the woman with-dog-is", and with the negative ending "the woman dog-lacking-is".
Of course you have to pay attention to the q/r-rule here again (e + o only before q or r, otherwise i + u).
Apart from that you can simply play around with the words