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Nominative case
The nominative is used for the subject of a sentence or clause - usually it refers to the person who does the action. E.g. The slave builds the wall
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Vocative case
This is used to address or speak directly to someone. E.g. Prepare dinner for me, slave!
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Genitive Case
Translated as 'of', or represented by the use of an apostrophe. E.g. This is the house of the senator (This is the senator's house)
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Dative case
Usually translated as 'to' or 'for'
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Ablative case
Mostly translated as 'by', 'with' or 'from'
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1st declension nouns (puella)
Singular: puella puella puellam puellae puellae puella
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This is used to address or speak directly to someone. E.g. Prepare dinner for me, slave!

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Vocative case

Card 3

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Translated as 'of', or represented by the use of an apostrophe. E.g. This is the house of the senator (This is the senator's house)

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Card 4

Front

Usually translated as 'to' or 'for'

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Card 5

Front

Mostly translated as 'by', 'with' or 'from'

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