accusative case meaning in Hindi
• द्वितीया विभक्ति
• कर्म कारक
|accusative: कर्मकारक कर्म|
|case: वास्तविकता आदमी|
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- Only the accusative case for indefinite masculine nouns is often marked.
- For morphosyntactic alignment, many Australian languages have nominative accusative case marking.
- In contrast, regular nouns do not have a distinct accusative case.
- Those orders are permitted in Sakha if accusative case is overtly expressed:
- That is, it isn't actually accusative case any more.
- This difference is observable only for masculine nouns in nominative or accusative case.
- In nominative accusative languages, the accusative case, which marks the patient ).
- Note that a morphologically distinct accusative case exists in Finnish only for the following pronouns:
- Me, him, her, us, them are mainly in the Accusative case.
- Westrobothnian has three grammatical genders in most dialects, two plural forms of accusative case.