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The Nominative Case

To mark the subject and to name a thing

The Genitive Case

To show whose anything is and to show whom something pertains.

The Dative Case

To attribute something to someone and to mark the indirect object.

The Accusative Case

To mark the direct object.

The Vocative Case

To call on persons or things.

The Ablative Case

To show something to be taken from another and to use with prepositions.

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