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" ... are of different persons, the verb agrees with the first person in preference to the second, and with the second in preference to the third. Mon frère et moi (nous) vien- My brother and I will come. "
Elements of Greek Grammar: Used in Yale College - Page 125
by Chauncey Allen Goodrich - 1833 - 259 pages
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A guide to elocution

John Sabine - 1807 - 295 pages
...Pronouns, of different persons are joined in a sentence, the Pronoun which refers to them must agree with the first person in preference to the second,...and with the second in preference to the third ; as, " T/tou and thy father are both in the same fault, and^e ought to confess it." RULE 1 0. Than is only...
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Grammatical institutes: or, An easy introduction to dr. Lowth's English grammar

John Ash, Robert Lowth (bp. of London.) - 1810
...pronouns, of different persons, are joined in a sentence, the pronoun, which refers to them, must agree with the first person in preference to the second,...and with the second in preference to the third: as, " thou and thy father are both in the same fault, and ye ought to confess it ; the captain and / fought...
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A Grammar of the French Language, with Practical Exercises

Nicholas Wanostrocht - French language - 1817 - 468 pages
...the second, or one is of the second and the other of the third, the verb must agree with the first in preference to the second, and with the second in preference to the third ; observing that, in French, the person spoken to must be named first, and the person speaking is to...
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Elements of Greek Grammar, Taken Chiefly from the Grammar of Caspar ...

Chauncey Allen Goodrich - Greek language - 1820 - 270 pages
...à'ioÇœpowri, the fruit and seed differ. 1. If the substantives are of different persons, the verb, &.C. agrees with the first person in preference to the...and with the second in preference to the third ; as, c'/v x»i ev гл S'ltuua TToamfut, I and thou will do right. 2. If the substantives are of différent...
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A Grammar of the French Language, with Practical Exercises

Nicolas Wanostrocht - French language - 1821 - 482 pages
...the second, or one is of the second and the other of the third, the verb must agree with the first in preference to the second, and with the second in preference to the third ; observing that, in French, the person spoken to, must be named first; and the person speaking is...
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Elements of Greek Grammar: Taken from Grammar of C.F. Hachenberg

Chauncey Allen Goodrich - 1822
...¿ихферомл, the fruit and seed differ. 1. If the substantives are of different persons, the verb, &cagrees with the first person in preference to the second,...and with the second in preference to the third ; as, syu x«i o4> roc iixaia irorijtfofuv, I and thou will do right. 2. If the substantives are of different...
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Elements of Greek Grammar, Taken Chiefly from the Grammar of Caspar ...

Chauncey Allen Goodrich - Greek language - 1822 - 224 pages
...¿шфероил, the fruit and seed diner. 1. If the substantives are of different persons, the verb, «feeagrees with the first person in preference to the second,...and with the second in preference to the third ; as, еуы xai tfu та «Sixoia #on]rfo|AEv, I and thou will do right. 2. If the substantives are of different...
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A French Grammar, Or, Plain Instructions for the Learning of French: In a ...

William Cobbett - French language - 1824 - 404 pages
...which are the nominative of the verb, and which are of different persons, the nominative must agree with the first person in preference to the second, and with the second in preference to the third. It is, however, the same in English ; as : you and I are poor: vous et moi nous sommcs pauvres*. Mark,...
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A French grammar

J V. Douville - 1824
...as — You and I shall go ; you and he are the only persons I frequent, it is put in the Plural, and agrees with the First Person in preference to the Second, and with the Second rather than with the Third, resuming the Nominatives with nous, if the First Person be used with the...
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An improved Latin grammar, extracted chiefly from Macgowan's 'First lessons ...

James Macgowan - 1825
...on the mind. Note 1. — When the substantives are of different persons, the plural verb must agree with the first person, in preference to the second,...and with the second in preference to the third ; as, Si In ft Tullia valetis, ego et Cicero valetmu, If thou and Tullia are well, I andCicero arc well....
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