objective case


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Related to objective case: nominative case, possessive case, Subjective case
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Noun1.objective 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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You also tried to release the objective case from its thraldom to the preposition, and it is written that servants should obey their masters.
'Because it takes a pronoun after it in the objective case, Miss Peecher.'
Word to the wise: When you employ these prepositions, don't forget to use objective case pronouns, as in "between you and me," "between him and her" and "among us."
In a similar fashion, Jaeggli (1986: 587) argues that passive involves the 'absorption' of the external role of the verb and it is prevented from assigning objective case. Jaeggli explains the two passive properties referred to above by assuming that the passive morpheme-en, since it is in the government domain of the verb, can receive objective case and 9-role.
We have modified the former and mixed it with a local search technique: we have adapted to the multiple objective case an efficient neighborhood evaluation procedure [9] developed for the p-median problem.
Age UK charity director Caroline Abrahams said: "In bringing forward a rise in state pension age by seven years, the Government is picking the pockets of everyone in their late forties and younger, despite there being no objective case in Age UK's view to support it at this point in time.
Age UK charity director Caroline Abrahams said: "In bringing forward a rise in state pension age by seven years, the Government is picking the pockets of everyone in their late 40s and younger, despite there being no objective case in Age UK's view to support it at this point in time."
Age UK was even more critical of the plans, saying the government was "picking the pockets of everyone in their late 40s and younger, despite there being no objective case in Age UK's view to support it at this point in time".
* Pronouns that follow verbs are in the objective case.
Early on, she writes, "My fondest hope is that just from looking at the title you will learn to say fearlessly 'between you and me' (not T), whether or not you actually buy the book and penetrate to the innards of the objective case." I don't think so.
Digital pathology gives pathologists anywhere, anytime access to whole slide images, and image analysis algorithms enable them to make consistent and objective case interpretations.
Yet in casual conversation we might very well use the objective case, for example, me instead of I.