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Latin nouns have . CASE, GENDER, NUMBER.. 1. . Case. – an ending that shows how the noun functions in the sentence . ex. Subject, direct object, possession…. 2. . Gender . – a way of categorizing nouns into 3 forms: masculine, feminine, neuter. ID: 720443Embed code:
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The Nominative and Accusative Cases!!
Latin nouns have CASE, GENDER, NUMBER.1. Case – an ending that shows how the noun functions in the sentence ex. Subject, direct object, possession…2. Gender – a way of categorizing nouns into 3 forms: masculine, feminine, neuter3. Number – the ending is either SINGULAR or PLURAL4. Function – the use of a noun ina sentence.Slide2
Nominative and Accusative…
Nominative Case Endings show you the noun is the SUBJECT or PREDICATE NOUN in the LATIN sentence.Ex. Caecilius est pater.Ex. Metella laudat Grumionem
amicus salutat canem.Ex. Grumio coquit cibum.Accusative Case Endings show you the noun is the DIRECT OBJECT in the LATIN sentence.Ex. Caecilus vocat amicum.Ex. Quintus pavonem gustat.Ex. ancillam Metella vocat.Slide3
ENDINGS WE HAVE LEARNED SO FAR!!!
NOMINATIVE/SUBJECT ENDINGS: -us -a -er -ius -ō**These endings are all SINGULAR, subject endingsACCUSATIVE/DIRECT OBJECT ENDINGS: -am -um -em
**These endings are all
, direct object endings.There are 6 different CASES endings a Latin noun can have on it b/c there are 6 different FUNCTIONS of a noun in a sentencei.e. subject, possession, object of preposition, indirect object, direct object, and direct address (calling someone’s name).