So, 1. "(ten) pes" = the/that dog, in nominative case, singular. 2. "psa" = the/a dog, in accusative singolar. I hope I have understood. But I would like somebody to send some link with noun cases. Great the help here, anyway!
Yes Jamie, the link is really helpful! I am going to save it now. So 1st case is nominative, second is accusative (direct object). Third case dative (indir. objet). The forth in the table, I presume, genitive. The others (locative, vocative, instrumental or something like that, no idea what it is yet) I will observe later... Thanks a lot !!
Almost. :) The correct order is:
- nominative, 2. genitive, 3. dative, 4. accusative, 5. vocative, 6. locative, 7. instrumental
First time it's plural, this time it's singular. Help me please!
I'm just learning also, but I believe pes is singular nominative, psa is singular accusative, and psy (from prior sentence in this exercise) is nominative plural.