I have come across a sentence which I do not know if I understand correctly.
すべて の コイン を もらえる の です か？
I know that in this sentence the speaker asks if he wins/receives all of the coins, but I am not sure if I understand the structure and logic of it.
So far I know the particle "の" as a marker of possession or like the genitive like in the beginning of the sentence ("all of the coins"). But I did not understand why there is another "の" before "です か". I found out that "の" is also used to nominalize a verb. In this case this seems to be "もらえる の". But in use with "です" I think it is again used as verb. I have doubts if my interpretation is correct, because this seems to be too complicated.