"Corinna has a teacher."

Translation:Corinna magistrum habet.

September 6, 2019



What's the difference between magister and magistrum?

September 6, 2019


The case, how the noun functions in the sentence.

magister is nominative singular (the subject, the one doing the action).

The teacher teaches Corinna. -> Magister Corinnam docet.

magistrum is accusative singular (the direct object, the one being directly affected by the action).

Corinna teaches the teacher. -> Corinna magistrum docet.

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