Case Functions: Nominative-Accusative-Verb Structure

Case Functions: Nominative-Accusative-Verb Structure

Author: Michael Wells

Students will learn to read and write Latin sentences with Nominative & Accusative Nouns and a Verb.

Students will watch a quick Youtube video, which will introduce them to the Nominative-Accusative-Verb sentence structure as well as how Latin identifies Subjects of the verb and Direct Objects of the verb.

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The Nominative and Accusative Cases

This video will explain how Latin identifies the Subject of a verb and the Direct Object of a verb.