¿Why not ‘Marcum ea visitat.’?
"Illa Marcum visitat" is accepted.
Why Marcum and not Marcus? Thank you.
Name are nouns and must decline.
Marcus is the nominative form and would be used if he was doing the action.
Marcum is the accusative form and is used here is the action is being done to him.
I dont understand when to use visitas or visitat
visitas -> 'you visit' ('you' being one person, visitatis for multiple people)
visitat -> 'he/she/it visits'
Thank you, this Latin is hurting my brain.
the ending changes based on who is doing the action. o, s, t, mus, tis, nt, correspond to I, you, he/she/it, we , you (pl) they.
Didn't accept "Marcum illa visitat"
I wrote 'Marcum illa visitat', and it was not accepted!