Didn't he put Sam into the objective case yesterday, when he tumbled him head over heels out of his seat?
In a republic, must the objective case be governed by a verb?
The object of a verb or preposition is in the objective case (p. 47).
The objective case is also used with a preposition: as, You are in a mess.
A noun in this construction is called the cognate object of the verb and is in the objective case (p. 52).
The object of a verb or preposition is in the objective case.
The objective case of a pronoun in the first person is put after the interjections Oh!
The object of a preposition or a verb is in the objective case.
But is sometimes used as a preposition and when so used takes the objective case.
Fruit is in the objective case, and is governed not by the verb but by the preposition of.