Definition of 主格

しゅかくshukaku

noun / ~の noun:

  • nominative case - Linguistics term

Example Sentences

関係代名詞kankeidaimeishinothatha主格shukaku目的格mokutekikakuno2つ2tsuでありdeari所有格shoyuukakuhaありませんarimasen
The relative pronoun 'that' has two states, a nominative case and objective case, but there is no possessive case.
thatにはniha主格shukaku目的格mokutekikakuno2つfutatsuしかshikaなくnakukakuによるniyorukatachino変化henkahaないnai
'That' has only the two cases, nominative and objective, and it does not inflect depending on the case.
ラテン語ratengoniha主格shukakuzokukaku与格yokaku対格taikakudatsukakukokakuno6tsunokakugaあるaru
In Latin, there are six cases: nominative, genitive, dative, accusative, ablative, and vocative.

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