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Noun Cases. Accusative. Accusative Case. Use 3 – Predicate Accusative ( Ch 4, Pg 36) Rule: A verb of making, naming, or choosing may take a second accusative, in addition to its direct object. English Sentence: I call my teacher Ms. Littler. Latin Sentence: Filiam v ō cō Helenam .

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Noun cases
Noun Cases

Accusative


Accusative case
Accusative Case

  • Use 3 – Predicate Accusative (Ch 4, Pg 36)

  • Rule: A verb of making, naming, or choosing may take a second accusative, in addition to its direct object.

  • English Sentence: I call my teacher Ms. Littler.


  • Latin Sentence: FiliamvōcōHelenam.

  • English Translation: I call my daughter Helen.


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