Review your notes, or the video in Google Classroom, “CLC Stage 2 About the Language”.
amīcus Caecilium vīsitat.
Which noun is in the nominative case?
Which noun is in the accusative case?
How would we say this in English?
Caecilius is visiting a friend.
A friend is visiting Caecilius.
mercātor vīllam intrat.
The merchant enters the house.
The house enters the merchant.
Grumiō triclīnium intrat.
How would we say it in English?
Grumiō enters the dining room.
The peacock enters the dining room.
Which noun is nominative?
Which noun is accusative? (Careful! Watch the endings!)
Which noun is accusative?