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Stage 17 Genitive Practice etc.

Quiz by Catherine Sturgill - Dacula High School

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12 questions
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  • Q1
    Subject of the sentence
    Accusative
    Dative
    Genitive
    Nominative
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  • Q2
    Indirect Object
    Nominative
    Genitive
    Accusative
    Dative
    30s
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  • Q3
    Direct Object
    Dative
    Accusative
    Nominative
    Genitive
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  • Q4
    Possession
    Dative
    Ablative
    Genitive
    Accusative
    30s
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  • Q5
    Mainly used with prepositions
    Dative
    Nominative
    Genitive
    Ablative
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  • Q6
    What word is the subject? The mother sees the food.
    food
    sees
    the
    mother
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  • Q7
    Which word is the Indirect Object? The son gives his friend money.
    gives
    son
    money
    friend
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  • Q8
    Which word is the Direct Object? The son gives his friend money.
    friend
    gives
    son
    money
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  • Q9
    What word show possession? The girl's friend was walking her dog on the street.
    friend
    street
    girl's
    dog
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  • Q10
    Description - attributes a quality to a noun
    genitive
    dative
    accusative
    ablative
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  • Q11
    Certain adjectives like dignus, -a, -um, plenus, -a, -um, and peritus, -a, -um
    genitive
    dative
    ablative
    accusative
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  • Q12
    Partitive (or part of the whole)
    accusative
    genitive
    dative
    ablative
    30s
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