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Instrumental case: Quiz


Question 1: For example, 'ipso facto' can be translated as 'by the fact itself'; the ________ can also be used, as in oculīs vidēre, "to see with the eyes".
Genitive caseAbessive caseAblative caseComitative case

Question 2: The instrumental case in ________ can have several meanings[1]:

Question 3: Also, Uralic languages reuse the adessive case where available, ________ if not, to mark the same category, or comitative case (Estonian).
Latin declensionDative caseVocative caseLocative case

Question 4: However, in Russian, as with many ________, the instrumental case is not only used to denote the means of a certain action, but also:
Polish languageSlavic languagesSlavic peoplesRussian language

Question 5: The instrumental case is present in the ________, where it serves several purposes.
Finnish languageGerman languageEstonian languageHungarian language

Question 6: In ________, for example, the dative case is used as the instrumental case.
Aegean civilizationsHellenistic GreeceClassical GreeceGreece

Question 7: An instrumental/comitative case is arguably present in Turkish and other ________ languages, as well as in Tamil.
Altaic languagesNivkh languageMayan languagesBurushaski

Question 8: the ________ of the noun indicates its instrumental role – the nominative перо changes its ending to become пером.
Grammatical genderPolish languageInflectionBulgarian language

Question 9: It has a role in the -(t)at- ________ form of verbs, that is, the form of a verb that shows the subject caused someone else to action the verb.
CausativeIntransitive verbInflectionVoice (grammar)

Question 10: This can be seen in the sentence "..με κτείνει δόλῳ," or " ktenei dolôi" (Book IX, line 407 of the ________), which means "he kills me with a bait".


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