Sentence Structure (1) - Latin Grammar - Lateinische Grammatik

  

Sentence Structure (1)

The verb governs (makes) the sentence.

Marcus studiat.

The verb “studiat” needs a subject > Marcus

 

Marcus amicum videt.

The verb “videt” needs a subject > Marcus and an accusative object > amicum

 

Marcus bonum amicum videt.

The noun “amicum” needs an adjective attribute > bonum

 

Marcus amico consilium dat.

The verb “dat” needs a subject > Marcus, a dative object > amico and an accusative object > consilium

 

Marcus ad amicum vadet.

The adverbial “ad amicum” is added to the sentence “Marcus ... vadet.”.

 

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