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Nominative Case
Used for the subject of the verb, showing who or what performs the action.
[subject]
Genitive Case
Expresses the of relationships, such as indirect object (as in son of John)
[Possesion]
Dative Case
Expresses the to and for relationships, such as indirect object (as in gave to John
[Indirect Object]
Accusative Case
Used for the direct object of the verb, showing who or what receives the action
[Direct Object]
Ablative Case
Expresses the by and with relationships, such as means (as in with a sword)
[Means]