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[...] fragment is getting nominative case. listen to me. subjects of transitive verbs in nom-acc languages get nominative case by agreeing with [...]

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part 2 - OBJECTIVE CASE,1. Direct Object,2. Predicate Objective

[...] the examples above,  dog  is the direct object of the   transitive verb  struck ;  target  is the direct object of    hit ,--and so [...]

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Common Errors in English Usage with Explanations - Part 54

[...] (correct) Explanation : In the case of a transitive verb, use the adverb after the object. [...]

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Wordology, Chorale, Choral and Corral

[...] Corral is also used as a transitive verb, which is a verb that takes an object, to mean 'to [...]

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Accusative case

Accusative case

[...] ]] is the [[grammatical case]] uised tae merk the [[direct object]] o a [[transitive verb]]. [...]

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Category:Grammatical cases

[...] ]] is the [[grammatical case]] uised tae merk the [[direct object]] o a [[transitive verb]]. [...]

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Difference Between Formulas and Formulae

[...] towards an indirect object, accusative is the direct object of a transitive verb, ablative indicates separation or movement away from something, and vocative [...]

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Is It Breath or Breathe?

[...] The Australian As a transitive verb, “breathe” can be used to denote: To use certain gasses [...]

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Difference Between Ail and Ale

[...] As a transitive verb, it means to cause someone to suffer, to trouble someone, [...]

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Latin scholars line up their auxiliaries | Letters

[...] perfect, future perfect and past perfect passive tenses of regular transitive verbs, and corresponding forms of deponent and semi-deponent verbs. [...]

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Difference Between Lay of the Land and Lie of the Land

[...] ‘Lay’ is the transitive verb, meaning that it is used when something is being put [...]

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