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Latin Case Function

Latin Case Functions

FunctionCase
subject (actor) (1) nominative (1)
predicate nominative / predicate adjective (2) nominative (2)
owner (1) genitive (1)
place of origin (2) genitive (2)
used to express a quality or characteristic that a noun possesses (3) genitive (3)
physical composition (4) genitive (4)
used to express the whole that a noun is a part of (5) genitive (5)
indirect object (1) dative (1)
used to express possession or belonging, but can only be used in this way if the verb is a "to be" verb (2) dative (2)
used to express the agent of passive periphrastic (must do, must be done) constructions (3) dative (3)
used to express the noun that a statement refers to or the noun that an action is done for the benefit of (4) dative (4)
used to express the noun that receives the action of an active verb (1) accusative (1)
used to express the object of some prepositions (2) accusative (2)
used to express the subject of a statement in indirect speech (3) accusative (3)
used to represent the length of time or distance of a particular action (4) accusative (4)
used to express the place that a noun is moving toward (5) accusative (5)
used to express the object of most prepositions (1) ablative (1)
used to express the tool or noun that is used to complete an action (2) ablative (2)
used to express the manner/ attitude with which an action is done (3) ablative (3)
used to expressing when an action occurs or the period of time within which an action occurs (4) ablative (4)
used to express a noun that another noun is separate from (5) ablative (5)
used to express the person or thing that a noun is directly addressing or calling upon (1) vocative (1)
Created by: shanestevenson