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It's called the same thing in Latin grammar; although it's referred to as the "nominative case" instead of the predicate nominative.

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Q: What case is a predicate nominative in in latin?
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What is the nominative used for in Latin?

In Latin, the nominative case is used for the subject of a sentence or the predicate nominative, which renames or identifies the subject. It is also used with certain verbs that do not take a direct object.

What is meaning of predicate nominative?

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How do you spell brothers in Latin?

It all depends on what its use in the sentence is, but in nominative case (subject/predicate nominative) it would be frater tuus.

What kind of pronoun is used as sentence subjects or as predicate nominatives?

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Can you please give me what are the example of nominative case?

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Is a predicate noun and a predicate nominative the same?

A predicate nominative is a noun or a pronoun. A predicate noun is a noun.

Is Latin case sensitive?

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You are friends is friends a predicate adjective or a predicate nominative?

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How can you translate I am me to Latin?

"Sum me."sum ego is correct (the objective pronoun me is not to be used as a predicate nominative).

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A predicate nominative is a noun or pronoun that follows a linking verb. Crate is a noun, so it can be used as a predicate nominative. Example: That is a crate.

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