Latin--Nominative nd Accusative

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amīcus

(amīcus/amīcum) Metellam salutat.

Caecilius

(Caecilius/Caecilium) servum vituperat.

coquum

dominus (coquus/coquum) laudat.

est

Latin linking verb that can only have a nominative noun.

Grumio

(Grumio/Grumionem) pāvonem coquuit.

filius

(filius/filium) est in triclino bibit

Quintum

Caecilius (Quintus/Quintum) īrātus.

nominative

Nominative or accusative??
SERVUS est in horto.

accusative

Nominative or accusative??
Caecilius gustat the CIBUM in mēnsā.

mercator

(mercator/ mercatorem) est in atrium sedet.

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