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Acc I : A key role of the Accusative Case is to indicate that a word is the Object of a verb.

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Acc I : A key role of the Accusative Case is to indicate that a word is the Object of a verb.

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Acc I : A key role of the Accusative Case is to indicate that a word is the Object of a verb.

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Acc I : A key role of the Accusative Case is to indicate that a word is the Object of a verb.

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Acc 2 : Another role of the Accusative Case is to indicate that a word is the Object of a Prepostion (although some Prepositions have an Object in the Ablative Case).

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Acc 2 : Another role of the Accusative Case is to indicate that a word is the Object of a Prepostion (although some Prepositions have an Object in the Ablative Case).

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Acc 2 : Another role of the Accusative Case is to indicate that a word is the Object of a Prepostion (although some Prepositions have an Object in the Ablative Case).

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Acc 2 : Another role of the Accusative Case is to indicate that a word is the Object of a Prepostion (although some Prepositions have an Object in the Ablative Case).

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Acc 3 : A small set of words use the Accusative Case to indicate movement toward them. These include rus (countryside), domus (home), and the names of towns, cities and islands with one township. Other words usually require a preposition.

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Acc 3 : A small set of words use the Accusative Case to indicate movement toward them. These include rus (countryside), domus (home), and the names of towns, cities and islands with one township. Other words usually require a preposition.

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Acc 3 : A small set of words use the Accusative Case to indicate movement toward them. These include rus (countryside), domus (home), and the names of towns, cities and islands with one township. Other words usually require a preposition.

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Acc 3 : A small set of words use the Accusative Case to indicate movement toward them. These include rus (countryside), domus (home), and the names of towns, cities and islands with one township. Other words usually require a preposition.