Identify The Nominative And Accusative In Latin Sentences
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- Subject area: World Languages
- Grades: Grade 6, Grade 7, Grade 8, Grade 9, Grade 10 Add/Change
- Keywords: Cases, Grammar, Translation Add/Change
- Activity Type(s): Entrance Ticket, Exit Ticket, Homework, Practice Add/Change
- # of Questions: 6
- Common core standards Add/Change
- Author: Kdansin
- Why Kdansin developed this quiz:
- This quiz was created for my Latin 6 class to practice identifying the nominative and accusative case in Latin sentences.
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