ACCUSATIVE CASE vs NOMINATIVE CASE

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When to use nominative and accusative cases in sentences w/ a few examples.

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Definitions

NOMINATIVE CASE - subject (person doing the action)ACCUSATIVE CASE - object (person or thing having something done to them/it.)

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How to use them

Caecilius amicum vocat.Caecilius calls the friend. ▲ ▲ ▲subject verb objectThe ending of a verb changes so you know it's function.

FeminineNominative: puellaAccusative: puellamMasculineNominative: servusAccusative: servumBothNominative: mercatorAccusative: mercatorem

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