case

In grammar, the case of a noun or pronoun indicates its function in a phrase or clause; such as the role of subject, DO, or of possessor.  (more)

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English

In English, we refer to three cases,

  • nominative,
  • objective, and
  • possessive.

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Greek:

In Greek, there are four main cases (BBG chp. 6);

  • nominative,
  • genitive,
  • dative,
  • accusative.

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Hebrew:

Hebrew doesn’t use case although if you are really interested you can watch this.

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