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Grammatical case

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  1. Languages are categorized into several case systems, based on their morphosyntactic alignment — how they group verb agents and patients into cases

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  2. In grammar, the case of a noun or pronoun indicates its grammatical function in a greater phrase or clause

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  3. such as the role of subject, of direct object, or of possessor

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  4. While most languages distinguish cases in some fashion, it is only customary to say that a language has cases when these are codified in the morphology of its nouns — that is, when nouns change their form to reflect their case. (Such a change in fo

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  5. while certain cases in each language tend to correspond to certain thematic roles, cases are a syntactic notion whereas thematic roles are a semantic one

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