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Syntax: nominative, vocative and accusative I Posted by on Aug 13, 2012

Nominative Nominative is the case of subject’s personal verb forms, and therefore of everything concerning the subject. Caesar venit.             Puer est laetus.             Hannibal prīmus in proelium ībat. ITt serves to ‘name’ (nōmināre), the nominative is used in conjunction with de + ablative, for book titles: Bellum civīle.        …

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