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Accusative Cases of a Noun

32. How many different cases are there where a noun is put into the accusative case?
A noun is put into the accusative case in eleven different places:
• If it is an objective compliment

• If it is a congnate

• If it is an adverbal qualification of purpose

• If it is an adverbal qualification of time or place

• If it is a ma' accusative

• If it is an exceptive

• If it is an hāl accusative

• If it is an specificative

• If it is a vocative

• If it is a predicate of the verb kana

• If it is an inchoative of the preposition inna

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