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Verbs of naming, choosing, appointing, making, esteeming, and the like, may take a Predicate Accusative along with the direct object: -

NOTE: The predicate accusative may be an adjective: as, - hominés mítís reddidit at mansuétés (Inv. i. 2), has made men mild and gentle.

a. In changing from the active voice to the passive, the Predicate Accusative becomes Predicate Nominative (§284):