Noun Cases
Find the accusative.
Find the nominative.
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Simple Sentences
100

The noun case that shows the subject of the sentence.

What is nominative?

100

The accusative of Cornelia.

What is "Corneliam"?

100

The nominative of Aureliam.

What is "Aurelia"?

100

Flaviae

What is "of Flavia" or "Flavia's"?

100

Flavia sedebat.

What is "Flavia was sitting"?
200

The noun case that shows the direct object of the sentence.

What is accusative?

200

The accusative of Marcus.

What is "Marcum"?

200

The nominative of "arborem."

What is "arbor"?

200

Marcī

What is "of Marcus" or "Marcus's"?

200

Flavia sub arbore sedebat.

What is "Flavia was sitting under a tree"?

300

The noun case that shows direct address (Salve, Marce!)

What is vocative?

300

The accusative of puellae (plural).

What is "puellās"?

300

The nominative of "puerum".

What is "puer"?

300

arboris

What is "of the tree" or "the tree's"?

300

Flavia sub arbore sedebat et librum legebat.

What is "Flavia was sitting under the tree and reading a book"?

400

The noun case that shows possession (Aurelia's carriage)

What is genitive?

400

The accusative of puerī (plural).

What is "puerōs"?

400

The nominative of "Corneliōs"?

What is "Corneliī?"

400

puellārum

What is "of the girls" or "the girls'"?

400

Flavia sub arbore sedebat et Corneliae librum legebat.

What is "Flavia was sitting under the tree and reading Cornelia's book"?

500

The noun case used most often with prepositions (in villā).

What is ablative?

500

The accusative of arbor.

What is "arborem"?

500

The nominative of "matrem."

What is "mater"?

500

matrum

What is "of the mothers" or "the mothers'"?

500

Flavia sub arbore sedebat et Corneliae librum legebat, Marce!

What is "Flavia was sitting under the tree and reading Cornelia's book, Marcus!"?

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