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The ______ of a sentence is the person or thing that is receiving the action of the verb.
direct object
First declension words usually end in __.
a
Words that are direct objects have _______ case endings.
accusative
Any language that has case endings is an _____ language.
inflected
Accusative endings all have a final -___.
m
Nominative and Accusative endings are called ______.
inflections
second declension words usually end in the letters ____ and ____.
-er and -us
When a noun is a subject, it has a _____ case ending.
nominative.
Words that are subjects are __________ case endings.
nominative
____ is the subject or the direct object.
function
There are ____ declensions in Latin.
5
A word ending in an -m is generally the ____ of a sentence.
direct object
When a noun is a direct object, it has an ____ case ending.
accusative
Latin Sentences that contain ____ often follow an order similar to that of English.
est
In a typical Latin sentence, the ____ comes last.
verb