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Ablative case
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The ablative case has four version, -den, dan, -ten, -tan. It means "from".

 

If you would add the ablative case to the four nouns below, they would mean: "from holiday", "from school", "from home", "from the sea".  

 

Only one of them takes a different version of the ablative case. Which one is it? Try to explain to yourself the reason for it.

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