Сases in English

What are the different cases in English?
asked May 20 '11 at 10:48 Julia New member

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I am not sure what answer you expect here.  I would suggest using a learner's dictionary to find examples of uses of case.  Here are some I quickly thought of:


The are cases like bags - suitcases, briefcases, case.


There are cases like containers - a case of wine, a case of beer,


A police officer or lawyer work on a case.


You could be called a nutcase (you are crazy), hardcase (you are mentally hard).


We say, "just in case" - (we may need it).

link comment answered May 24 '11 at 08:05 Dave Phillips Contributor

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