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Agreement of Verb and Subject.


A Finite Verb agrees with its Subject in Number and Person: -

NOTE: In verb-forms containing a participle, the participle agrees with the subject in gender and number (§286): -

a. A verb having a relative as its subject takes the person of the expressed or implied antecedent: -

videte quam despiciemur omnes qui sumus e municipiis (Phil. iii. 15), see how all of us are scorned who are from the free towns.

b. A verb sometimes agrees in number (and a participle in the verb-form in number and gender) with an appositive or predicate noun: -