So I have the following to translate:
Coronas pulchras filia mea parva portat.
And the book answer is:
My little daughter carries beautiful wreaths.
But what I initially thought:
The little daughter carries my beautiful wreaths.
So, my question is, is there a way to know where "mea" exactly goes? Context of the sentence? The fact that "mea" is closer to filia and parva than it is to coronas-pulchras?