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A "Case" Study [Mar. 30th, 2004|10:08 pm]
Father Judge Latin 3rd Period

Words in latin are divided into 5 grammatical cases.

Nominative:  The Subject,  a predicate noun, a predicate adjective, or a noun in apposition

Genitive:  possesion such as the sword of the solider the solider's sword, with certin adjectives, a genitive of material, or the quality of something

Dative:  mostly indirect objects, used with intransitive verbs, with certain comparative adjecttives,pssesion used with esse and the dative

Accusative:  a direct object, in apposition, objects of prepotitions like ad, display of time

Ablative:  used with cum or with, with whom, with which or accopianment, how or manner, quality, where in which

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