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L1U1 - Case Endings 1/2/3 Nom Acc Abl

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  • Q1
    The nominative case is used to be the _______ in the sentence.
    subject
    direct object
    noun in the prepositional phrase
    30s
  • Q2
    The accusative case is used to be the _______ in the sentence.
    subject
    noun in the prepositional phrase
    direct object
    30s
  • Q3
    The ablative case is used to be the _______ in the sentence.
    noun in the prepositional phrase
    subject
    direct object
    30s
  • Q4
    Which sentence has the word that would be in the nominative case bracketed?
    The silly kitten ate [the cat food] in one big bite.
    [The silly kitten] ate the cat food in one big bite.
    The silly kitten ate the cat food [in one big bite.]
    30s
  • Q5
    Which sentence has the word that would be in the accusative case bracketed?
    The silly kitten ate the cat food [in one big bite.]
    The silly kitten ate [the cat food] in one big bite.
    [The silly kitten] ate the cat food in one big bite.
    30s
  • Q6
    Which sentence has the word that would be in the ablative case bracketed?
    The silly kitten ate [the cat food] in one big bite.
    [The silly kitten] ate the cat food in one big bite.
    The silly kitten ate the cat food [in one big bite.]
    30s
  • Q7
    The endings -us, -a, -ī, -ae are all endings for the
    accusative case
    ablative case
    nominative case
    45s
  • Q8
    The endings -am, -um, -em, -ōs, -ās are all endings that represent the
    ablative case
    accusative case
    nominative case
    45s
  • Q9
    The endings -ā, -ō, -e, -īs, and -ibus are all endings that represent the
    nominative case
    ablative case
    accusative case
    45s
  • Q10
    The third declension ending -ēs is used for both the nominative and accusative plural.
    True
    False
    30s
  • Q11
    Neuter nouns use the same forms for their accusative and nominative cases.
    True
    False
    30s

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