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Question 1: Nominative cases are found in Slovak, Lithuanian, Georgian, German, ________, Icelandic, Old English, Polish, Czech, Romanian and Russian,Pashto, among other languages.
Vulgar LatinOld LatinLatinRoman Empire

Question 2: The nominative case (abbreviated nom) is one of the ________ of a noun or other part of speech, which generally marks the subject of a verb or the predicate noun or predicate adjective, as opposed to its object or other verb arguments.
Genitive caseGrammatical caseVocative caseAccusative case

Question 3: A usage that is archaic in most, but not all, current English dialects is the singular second-person pronoun ________ (accusative thee).
ThouMiddle EnglishOld EnglishEnglish language

Question 4: In some languages the nominative case is unmarked, that is, it takes the form of the word stem, with no ________; alternatively, it may be said to be marked by a zero morpheme.
Grammatical genderBulgarian languagePolish languageInflection







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