The Experiencer may also occur as an Object in the dative case
, in idioms such as: a-i cadea cineva cu tronc cuiva (lit.
In Ergative-Absolutive languages (Basque and Georgian), the terms Ergative case, Absolutive case and Dative case
were used in respect of clause elements in surface paradigms where Subjects of intransitive verbs and Objects of transitives were case-marked and cross-referenced in the agreement elements of the verb identically, and differently from the Subjects of transitive verbs.
Similar to the other languages, the goal of movement is encoded by the dative case
in Dolgan, but the Dolgan dative case
shows features absent from Samoyedic as it also encodes location.
Ditransitives make use of the same morphosyntax as is described for monotransitives above with the addition of a dative case
The topics include the conjugation prefixes, the dative case
, and the empathy hierarchy in Sumerian; some case problems in Ugaritic; grammatical roles of agent, subject, patient, and beneficiary in Hurrian; early Canaanite and Old Aramaic case in the light of language typology; allative in Indo-European; the problem of the ergative case in Hittite; and case markings of core arguments and alignment in Late Latin.
In one of the varieties of the LGA spoken in the lower Rio Negro, the dative Case
was replaced by the particle arama, as illustrated by the example below:
German uses the alternation between dative case
(position) and accusative case (destination) on the noun phrase complement (here only visible on the determiner).
Seiler (1983: 42) states that the dative case
is used with what he calls inherently possessed nouns.
At the same time, we find examples with prepositions like for or to assuming the roles played by the (benefactive) dative case
ending in Old and Early Middle English.
4: Demonstrating dative case
(sampradAn kAraka-for and chaturthi vibhakti)
M's Reverse Interlinear also parses each word in the Greek New Testament (for example, identifying a word as a noun in the dative case
, singular and feminine; or a verb in the imperfect tense, active voice, third person and singular).
or the use of the genitive or dative case
with statt, wahrend, and wegen), and establish whether the forms conventionally regarded as non-standard are used in the national press.
cultori" is in the dative case
, not the genitive (line 6); and the expansion of the title in the last line is not correct, perhaps due to another proofreading error.
The BT specifies that the preposition to with dative case
objects and verbs of looking or listening marks "the end towards which an action or object is directed", i.
I must once again protest the perpetuation of the false claim of Starke of a contrast between a dative case
for animate nouns and locative case for inanimates in OH (p.