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Lesson VII: Dative Case Indirect Objects. What is the Direct Object?. The girls are giving kisses to the boys The teacher showed his students the frog My mom told a fairy tale to her nephew The king entrusted the country to his minister. D.O. receives the action directly!.

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what is the direct object
What is the Direct Object?
  • The girls are giving kisses to the boys
  • The teacher showed his students the frog
  • My mom told a fairy tale to her nephew
  • The king entrusted the country to his minister

D.O. receives the action directly!

What case in Latin?

what is the indirect object
What is the Indirect Object?
  • The girls are giving kisses to the boys
  • The teacher showed his students the frog
  • My mom told a fairy tale to her nephew
  • The king entrusted the country to his minister

I.O. answers the question To Whom? For Whom?

indirect object
Indirect Object
  • TO WHOM? FOR WHOM?
  • describes the object to which

something is given, said or done

The girl gives a gift to the boy.

The girl gives the boy a gift.

english is weird
English is weird!
  • Latin always uses the Dative Case to show Indirect Object

Puella puero donum donat.

dative case
Dative Case
  • Used after verbs of showing, telling, giving, entrusting (see new vocab)
  • Most easily translated with the secret prepositions

TO/FOR

Do Now: Pg 63 Oral Practice Pt 2

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Second Declension

us i

i orum

o is

um os

o is

Try Oral Practice Ex 1

First Declension

a ae

ae arum

ae is

am as

a is

Nom

Gen

Dat

Acc

Abl

ae duplicate endings
- AE Duplicate Endings?
  • Nominative Plural -- Subject
    • Must be matched by plural verb
    • Subj. usually is at the beginning
  • Genitive Sg. -- usually follows another noun in a pairing
  • Dative Sg. -- usually precedes the D.O. Also look for verbs of

“showing, giving, telling etc.”

page 64 ex a odds
Page 64 Ex A Odds
  • WRITE THE LATIN
  • PARSE EACH WORD COMPLETELY
  • Diagram each sentence
  • Translate