For questions on inflectional forms that indicate the grammatical functions of nouns, pronouns and their modifiers (such as adjectives).

Grammatical case is a wide-spread phenomenon in natural languages. The number of cases can vary between no case distinction at all to more than 20 cases (Hungarian has 21 cases according to some analyses).

Frequently encountered cases include Nominative, Accusative, Dative, Genitive, and Instrumental.

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