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Case Usage 5th Period

A case usage study guide
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Sean Burns

on 21 January 2015

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Transcript of Case Usage 5th Period

Genitive
Accusative
Nominative
Dative
Ablative
Latin Case usage
Student Contributors:
Shamil
Weston
Nominative Case
1st Declension Endings
2nd Declension Endings
3rd Declension Endings
The nominative case is
used for subjects and
complements.
Singular
Plural
(No ending -
First Form)
-ae
Singular
Plural
(No ending -
First Form)

Singular
Plural
(No ending -
First Form)
-ēs
Weston Lindner

The BIG Picture

There are five cases for nouns, and their usage depends on the noun's role in the sentence. .... (this needs more added to it....)
Genitive Case
1st Declension Endings
2nd Declension Endings
3rd Declension Endings
The nominative case is
used for subjects and
complements.
Singular
Plural
(No ending -
First Form)
-ae
Singular
Plural
(No ending -
First Form)

Singular
Plural
(No ending -
First Form)
-ēs
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