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372. Intransitive verbs that govern the dative are
used impersonally in the passive (§ 208. d). The dative is retained
(cf. § 365):
- cui parcí potuit (Liv. xxi. 14), who could
- nón modo nón invidétur
illí aetátí vérum etiam
favétur (Off. ii. 45), that age (youth) not only
is envied, but is even favored.
- temporí serviendum est (Fam. ix. 7), we must serve the
exigency of the occasion.
NOTE: In poetry the personal construction is sometimes found:
as, - cúr invideor (Hor. A. P. 56), why am I