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Grammatical case: Quiz


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  • ten case forms can be traced in the Lithuanian language, seven of which are preserved in the standard language version?

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Question 1:
When was the Grammatical case?
February 2009
November 1998-February 1999
Escalation February 2006-May 2008
December 1982 - February 1983

Question 2: The ________, which together with the dative and ablative cases (below) corresponds to English's objective case, indicates the direct object of a verb:
Dative caseAccusative caseGenitive caseGrammatical case

Question 3: While not very prominent in English, cases feature much more saliently in many other Indo-European languages, such as Latin, Greek, German, Sanskrit and most of the ________ languages[2].
Lithuanian languageProto-Indo-European languageSlavic languagesBalto-Slavic languages

Question 4: Grammatical case was analyzed extensively in ________, where it is known as karaka.

Question 5: An ending is chosen depending on gender, number, whether the word is a ________ or a modifier, and other factors.
AdjectiveArticle (grammar)NounPreposition and postposition

Question 6: The ________ indicates an object used in performing an action:
Genitive caseLocative caseInstrumental caseDative case

Question 7: John Quijada's constructed language ________ has 81 noun cases, and its descendent Ilaksh has a total of 96 noun cases.
EsperantoKlingon languageIthkuilInterlingua

Question 8: This noun is in the trigger case, and information elsewhere in the sentence (for example a verb ________ in Tagalog) specifies the role of the trigger.
Halkomelem languageSimulfixInflectionAffix

Question 9: In ________, the case of a noun or pronoun indicates its grammatical function in a greater phrase or clause; such as the role of subject, of direct object, or of possessor.
GrammarGenerative grammarLanguage educationSyntax

Question 10: The ________ indicates the indirect object of a verb:
Genitive caseAccusative caseVocative caseDative case


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