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When asking which choice (case, tense, mood etc.) is grammatical in a given situation, use this tag.

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Why do we use the nominative case in this example: Liber legendus est. = The book needs to be read. If liber is a direct object, then why not put it in accusative?
asked May 18 by lmc
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I've another question about Coniugatio periphrastica passiva. If I'm a girl and I wanted to say I need to read, would it be: Mihi legendum est. Or Mihi legenda est. So, does the gerundi …
asked May 19 by lmc