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Verbs of Reminding.
351. Verbs of reminding take with the
Accusative of the person a Genitive of the thing; except in the case of
neuter pronoun, which is put in the accusative (cf. § 390. c).
So admoneó, commoneó,
commonefació, commonefíó. But moneó with the genitive is found in late
- Catilina admonébat alium
egestátis, alium cupiditátis suae (Sall. Cat. 21),
Catiline reminded one of his poverty, another of his cupidity.
- eós hoc moneó
(Cat. ii. 20), I give them this warning.
- quod vos lex commonet
(Verr. iii. 40), that which the law reminds you of.
NOTE: All these verbs often take de with the ablative, and the accusative of nouns
as well as of pronouns is sometimes used with them: -
- saepius te Admoneo dé
syngraphá Sittiáná (Fam. viii. 4. 5) I
remind you again and again of Sittius's bond.
- officium vostrum ut vos maló
cógátis commonérier (Plaut. Ps. 150), that you
may by misfortune force yourselves to be reminded of your duty.