Latin Case Usages
Latin Case Usages LAT 101
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CASE USAGES NOMINATIVE Subject, thing that is spoken about The boy walks, Puer ambulat. Predicate Nominative, renames the subject Puella erit regina. The girl will be queen. GENITIVE Possession Video liber reginae I see the queen’s book. I see the book of the queen. DATIVE Indirect Object, the thing that is indirectly affected by the action of the verb, “to/for the noun “ Pecuniam das poetae. You give the money to the poet.You give the poet money. Of Possession: nom + dat + 3d person “sum” Liber puellae est. The girl has the book. ACCUSATIVE Direct Object, things that is receiving the action from verb, prepositions include: into, onto, against, toward, through. Pecuniam das poetae. You give the money to the poet.You give the poet money. ABLATIVE expresses separation “from” or Vela dant ab Italiā. They set sail from Italy. Accompaniment/association “with” or Means/ Instrument (how, by means of which, no preposition) Cogito cum sapientiā. I think with wisdom. Location (space or time) “in/on/at”. Video agricolam in agrō. I see the farmer in the field. VOCATIVE Direct Address, to address someone/thing directly, “O,noun” O serve! Oh, slave!
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