accusative case

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Related to accusative case: genitive case, dative case
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Noun1.accusative case - the case of nouns serving as the direct object of a verb
oblique, oblique case - any grammatical case other than the nominative
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However, this rain is not resting, but is doing something ACTIVELY,--it is falling--to interfere with the bird, likely--and this indicates MOVEMENT, which has the effect of sliding it into the Accusative case and changing DEM Regen into DEN Regen.
The evidence that I provide for such an approach relates to the accusative Case feature that O fails to value in (OSV) object-topicalization structures in English, and the accusative Case feature that O similarly fails to value in certain subordinate whstructures (OVS) in Spanish.
He also has a pronounced interest in anagrams, pointing out, for instance, that "Esmeralda" rearranged can become "Der Samael" and that Rudiger Schwerdtfeger's last name, when transposed into the accusative case (i.
This study compares and contrasts the use of case in five Finnic languages (Estonian, Finnish, Karelian, Livonian, Veps, and Votic), particularly the alternations using the partitive case and the different forms of the accusative case, using parallel New Testament texts in these languages, along with some additional material from oral collections where biblical material is limited.
Another example where this level of expressiveness is exploited is the phenomenon in all three languages used in this experiment where nouns with numeral modifiers take the genitive case and not the semantically intended accusative case (semantically encoding the patient, beneficiary etc.
Amednment of the form of consecutive accusative case nunnations to avoid ambiguity,
On the contrary, stinging aspect of pain of the Lithuanian expressions takes grammatical constructions with the accusative case to indicate affectedness of the facial parts with the patient's loss to control the process.
The overall conclusion, for structural Case assignment in Pashto monotransitive constructions, is that -features agreement between the functional head T and a nominal results in assigning nominative Case to that nominal while - features agreement between the functional head small or Voice (depending on tense) and a nominal results in assigning accusative Case to that nominal.
Both taecendne in (22) and cigendne in (23), despite the accusative ending, are still used transitively, assigning accusative case (as well as the role of "theme") to what must be their internal arguments, pone weg and me ond Paulus respectively, in the manner of normal transitive verbs.
Old Avestan is widely agreed to attest a variety of adjectives and nouns that optionally or obligatorily display "verbal" government of accusative case "objects"; the same phenomenon (superficially, at least) is found also in other old Indo-Iranian and Indo-European languages such as Sanskrit, Old Persian, Germanic, Latin, and Ancient Greek.
Hence, for Bacon, the dative trumps the accusative case in regard to the being of a sign.
In 91 09 14 BA, for instance, the accusative case Europam nostram seems unintelligible in the sentence Germaniam vestram intuemini: apertis aut occultis dissidiis laborat; Europam nostram ardet civilibus fere externisque bellis, until one goes back to Lipsius's original spelling, which makes clear that we have an ellipsis of intuemini at hand: Germaniam vestram intuemini, apertis aut occultis dissidiis laborat: Europam nostram, ardet civilibus fere externisque bellis.