Grammar Boot Camp 5 : Map & Grammar (with Review)

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Map: Towns (Roma, Tusculum, Brundisium, Delphi, Sparta). Grammar: casus nominatívus, casus genetívus, casus objectívus.

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2. Tusculum 3. Brindisi (ancient Brundisium) 4. Withitoronit 5. The Kea above Spartawhere they depositedthe feeble infants. Photo: Saxey 6. Transitive Verb 7. Transitive VerbA verb that passes actionto another object. 8. Transitive VerbA verb that passes actionto another object.fix, slice, hit, love, admire, give 9. Intransitive Verb 10. Intransitive VerbA verb that does notpass action to another object. 11. Intransitive VerbA verb that does notpass action to another object.sit, lie, sleep, stroll, wonder 12. Agent 13. AgentThe doer (of a verb). 14. AgentThe doer (of a verb).I love my wife.My wife is loved by me. 15. Direct Object 16. Direct ObjectObject directly receivingthe action of a verb. 17. Direct ObjectObject directly receivingthe action of a verb.I love her.I give the roses away. 18. Indirect Object 19. Indirect ObjectObject affected by the verb indirectly. 20. Indirect ObjectObject affected by the verb indirectly.I give her the roses.She tells me a secret. 21. Preposition 22. PrepositionA word attached to a noun or pronounto show its relationto other noun(s) or pronoun(s). 23. PrepositionA word attached to a noun or pronounto show its relationto other noun(s) or pronoun(s).to, for, with, against, around, from, between,beneath, among, through, atop, before, athwart 24. Nominative Case 25. Nominative CaseSet of forms for making a subject. 26. Nominative CaseSet of forms for making a subject.1. I we2. thou ye3. he/she they 27. Genitive Case 28. Genitive CaseSet of forms for showing belonging. 29. Genitive CaseSet of forms for showing belonging.1. my/mine our(s)2. thy/thine your(s)3. his/hers/its their(s) 30. Objective Case 31. Objective CaseSet of forms for making an object.(Direct Object, Indirect Object, or Object of a Preposition) 32. Objective CaseSet of forms for making an object.(Direct Object, Indirect Object, or Object of a Preposition)1: me us2: thee [- -]3: him/her them 33. There is actuallyan important exceptionto all this, which you canask me about laterif youre interested.But in order to keep it simple,well just stick with the above. 34. Use Personal Pronouns in the Right CaseAlcibiades comes to the symposium late.[Alcibiades subject] is drunk. 35. Use Personal Pronouns in the Right CaseAlcibiades comes to the symposium late.He is drunk. 36. Use Personal Pronouns in the Right Case[Alcibiades subject] sees [the men direct object]and[the men subject] see [Alcibiades direct object]. 37. Use Personal Pronouns in the Right CaseHe sees themandthey see him. 38. Use Personal Pronouns in the Right Case[Alcibiades subject] is seen by [the men object of a preposition]and[the men subject] are seen by [Alcibiades object of a preposition]. 39. Use Personal Pronouns in the Right CaseHe is seen by themandthey are seen by him.