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Partitive case - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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The partitive case (abbreviated PTV or more ambiguously PART) is a grammatical case which denotes "partialness", "without result", or "without specific identity".

Finnish Grammar - Cases - Partitive

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Partitive. The partitive is one of the most difficult cases for a foreigner to learn in Finnish. This case is usually used in the same instances when some or a few ...

Partitive - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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In linguistics, the partitive is a word, phrase, or case that indicates partialness. Nominal partitives are syntactic constructions, such as "some of the children ...

partitive case - Wiktionary

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Wikipedia. Noun . partitive case ‎(plural partitive cases) A noun case used to indicate that an object is affected only partially by the verb, or that ...

What is partitive case? - SIL International

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Partitive case is a case that expresses the partial nature of the referent of the noun it marks, as opposed to expressing the whole unit or class of which the ...

Talk:Partitive case - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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what about French? I remember studying an "article partitif". "J'ai des bouteilles de vin," I have some bottles of wine. "des" is a contraction of "de" + "les", "de ...

Partitive case - Languages - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Partitive case is available in 15 languages. Return to Partitive case. Languages. brezhoneg; dansk; Deutsch; Esperanto; español; suomi; français; magyar; Ido; italiano

Partitive-case dictionary definition | partitive-case defined

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Noun (plural partitive cases) (grammar) A noun case used to indicate that an object is affected only partially by the verb, or that the effect is not real.

The Genitive and Partitive cases

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The Partitive case is used after quantity words (скћлько 'how much', мнћго 'a lot', немнћго 'a little bit' мђло 'not much').

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