Use of the Cases

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Use of the Cases
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2011-03-17 10:40:30
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The latin cases and their uses
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  1. What indicates the subject of a verb?
    Nominative Case
  2. What indicates the subjective completion of a copulative of linking verb?
    Nominative Case
  3. What is the vocative case used for?
    To indicate a person or thing that is being addressed
  4. What case indicates possession?
    Genitive Case
  5. What is the genitive of quantity used for?
    To indicate the whole from which a part is taken.
  6. What is the genitive of description used for?
    To refer to non-physical qualities of a person
  7. What care indicates the indirect object of a verb?
    Dative Case
  8. What is the dative of interest used for?
    To indicate a person or thing that is benefited or harmed.
  9. What is the dative of agent used for?
    To indicate who must do the action
  10. What case indicates the direct object of a verb?
    Accusative Case
  11. What case indicates duration or extent of time?
    Accusative Case
  12. What case is used with certain prepositions?
    Ablative Case
  13. What is the ablative of agent used for?
    To indicate the doer of action and is used with the preposition a, ab
  14. What is the ablative of means used for?
    To answer the question, "by what means?"
  15. What is the ablative of description used for?
    To refer to the physical qualities of a person?
  16. What is the ablative of source used for?
    To indicate the origin of someone or something
  17. What is the ablative of time when used for?
    To indicate the time at which or within which something happens.
  18. What is the ablative of measure/degree of difference used for?
    To indicate by how much someone or something is different from another
  19. What is the ablative of respect used for?
    To indicate in what respect something is true

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