Finally, some verbs require the subject to go into the dative. This is especially common with verbs of emotion or opinion. For example: A number of verbs in Spanish use a dative construction. Many of these verbs express psychological states; the most common is gustar which corresponds to English (but works synticically as pleasant). The verb is consistent with the formal/morphological subject, but the subject is usually placed as usual behind the verb instead of being earlier. The construction of the dative requires a climatic prognosticity; If the dative argument is a complete nov sentence or needs to be explicitly stated, it is displayed by an expression with preposition a. In Georgian, the suffix is the marker of dative falls. In the first sentence, bavshvebi (“children”) is the theme and in the nominative case. Tsqals (“Water”) is the object and in case of dative (with the suffix -s). In the second sentence, however, the subject (children) is in the case of dative (with -s), and the object (water) is in case of nominative. The verb in imperfect and perfect sentences is conjugated according to the subject of the sentence (regardless of the subject`s case); All three are plural.
The perfect verbs are also partly in tune with their dative subjects (in this case the -u- between da- and -leviat), but have only third-person verbs (singular form for all singular people and ALSO first person-plural; Plural form for 2nd and 3rd plural person). Therefore, “I drank water” would be: this phenomenon is not limited to the case of dative, some verbs require that their subject be accusative: some male names (and a neutered noun, the heart), called weak or nuntic nouns, take one or one in the singular dative and plural. Many are male names that end in nominative (as a name [name], civil servant and boy [boy]), although not all of these names follow this rule. Many of them, whether or not they fall into the first category, also refer to persons, animals, occupations or titles; The exceptions are the heart and name mentioned above, as well as the letter (letter), peace (peace), obelisk (obelisk), planet (planet) and others. Dative is also the necessary case, taken by some prepositions in the expression of certain ideas. If z.B. the preposition means “along,” their object is always in the case of the dative, as in , The following table shows the oblique cases of Hindustani for boys and girls who take in the dative fall marker after them to attribute the combination of oblique cases and case markers of the dative case.