Word Meaning

(in latin, greek, german, and some other languages) denoting a case of nouns, pronouns, and adjectives which expresses the object of an action or the goal of motion.

Part Of Speech:

Adjective

Sentences

  • The accusative has thus two forms: the definite (with accusative ending) and the indefinite (the same as the nominative).

  • So long as the payoff phrase is not actually a subject (even though it's interpreted as the subject), the basic case rule would predict accusative case.

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