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" POEM docebantur grammaticam. It is therefore to be remembered, that nothing but that which is in the accusative after the active verb, whether denoting a person or a thing, can be the nominative to the verb in the passive voice ; as, ACT. "
Institutes of Latin Grammar - Page 214
by John Grant - 1823 - 497 pages
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The New Latin Tutor; Or, Exercises in Etymology, Syntax and Prosody

Frederick Percival Leverett - Latin language - 1830 - 350 pages
...PASS. Docebat PUEROS grammaticam. POEM docebantur grammaticam. It is therefore to be remembered, that nothing but that which is in the accusative after...be the nominative to the verb in the passive voice ; as, ACT. PASS. Persuadeo hoc tibi. Hoc tibi persuadetur, not Tu persuaderis. Hoc tibi dixi. Hoc tibi...
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The New Latin Tutor: Or, Exercises in Etymology, Syntax and Prosody: Comp ...

Frederick Percival Leverett - Latin language - 1831 - 350 pages
...Docebat PUEROS grammaticam. PASS. PUEHI docebantur grammaticam. It is therefore to be remembered, that nothing but that which is in the accusative after...be the nominative to the verb in the passive voice ; as, ACT. Persuadeo hoc tibi. Hoc tibi dixi. Hoc tibi persuadetur, not Tu persuaderis. Hoc tibi dictum...
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Gymnasium, sive, Symbola critica. Abridged

Alexander Crombie - 1836
...the active verb, that, and that only, must, in the same sense of the verb, be the nominative to it in the passive voice. Hence it is, that if a verb...accusative in the active voice, it can have no passive, but impersonally.—Thus we say, " I resist you," Resisto tibi, and, therefore, not Tu resisteris,...
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The New Latin Tutor, Or, Exercises in Etymology, Syntax and Prosody

Latin language - 1838 - 350 pages
...PASS. Docebat PUEROS grammaticam. PDJEM docebantur grammaticam. It is therefore to be remembered, that nothing but that which is in the accusative after...thing, can be the nominative to the verb in the passive voics ; as, ACT. PASS. Persuadeo hoc tibi. Hoc tibi persuadetur, not Tu persuaderis. Hoc tibi dixi....
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Gymnasium, sive, Symbola critica

Alexander Crombie - 1854
...the active verb, that, and that only, must, in the same sense of the verb, be the nominative to it in the passive voice. Hence it is, that 'if a verb...accusative in the active voice, it can have no passive, but impersonally. — Thus we say, " I resist you," Resisto tibi, and, therefore, not Tu resisteris,...
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Latin exercises extended

Nathaniel Howard - Latin language - 1869 - 154 pages
...PASS. Docebat PUKROS grammaticam. PUERI docebantur grammaticam. It is therefore to be remembered that nothing but that which is in the accusative after...be the nominative to the verb in the passive voice ; as, ACT. PARS. Persuadeo hoc tibi. Hoc tibi persnadetur, not Tu persuaderla. Hoc tibi dixi. Hoc tibi...
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