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4 Written questions

4 Multiple choice questions

  1. The senator writes a letter TO THE CITIZEN. (indirect object to/for)
  2. The CITIZENS listened to the speech. (subject of the sentence)
  3. For CITIZENS, rights and responsibilities are equally important. (indirect object to/for)
  4. The lawyer worked mainly WITH poorer CITIZENS. (used with SID SPACE prepositions)

4 True/False questions

  1. Ablative (Abl Sing)The mayor ate lunch WITH THE CITIZEN. (used with SID SPACE prepositions)

          

  2. Accusative (Acc Pl)The constitution protects all CITIZENS. (direct object of the verb)

          

  3. Genitive (Gen Pl)The CITIZEN'S duty is to vote. (shows possession... of, 's)

          

  4. Vocative (Voc Pl)CITIZEN, cast your vote! (used to call somebody by name or title)

          

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