Terms in this set (12)
This case is used for the subject
This case is used for the preposition of or for 's (possession)
This case is used for the preposition to (applying not direction) and for. Represents the indirect object of a sentence.
This case expresses the direct object of a sentence.
This case does the work of the propositions by/in/with/from
This case is used for direct address
This case is for denoting names of cities, towns, islands. Also phrases such as "at_________" or "in the_____________" [Archaic and mostly unused]
These are the grammatical properties of a noun
Number, Gender, and Case
Made of singular and plural
Made up of Feminine, Masculine, and Neuter
The means by which a noun has its meaning in the sentance
The system of endings to express different cases