I'm taking German as a second language class (to be admitted to German university) and they gave this sentence to find the nominative and accusative. "Martin and Petra like to read." I'm thinking that logically since Martin and Petra both like to read, THEY'RE the nomitive case because they are the subject of the sentence. Then where is the accusative case? What/Who did they bring into the sentence?
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