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" When the antecedents are of different persons, the first person is preferred to the second, and the second to the third ; as, "John, and thou, and I, are attached to our country. "
A New Method of Learning the German Language Embracing Both the Analytic and ... - Page 93
by W. H. Woodbury - 1863
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Bellum helveticum: for beginners in Latin

Cornelius Marshal Lowe, Nathaniel Butler, Arthur Tappan Walker - Latin language - 1902 - 377 pages
...follows the rule given for predicate adjectives (157, a, 2). If the subjects differ in person the firat person is preferred to the second and the second to the third. Examples: homo et mulier occisi sunt, the man and the woman were killed; ego et tu venimus, you and...
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English Grammar ; Punctuation and Capitalization ; Letter Writing

English language - 1905 - 607 pages
...upon its author. 51. Antecedents of Different Persons. — When antecedents are of different persons, the first person is preferred to the second, and the second to the third. The following are illustrations: Mary and you and / have been praised for our rapid progress at school....
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Caesar's Gallic War

Julius Caesar, Cornelius Marshal Lowe, John Thomas Ewing - Gaul - 1907 - 501 pages
...participle follows the rule given for predicate adjectives (iS7, a, 2). If the subjects differ in person the first person is preferred to the second and the second to the third. Examples: homo et mulier occlsl sunt, the man and the woman were killed; ego et tu vÍnimus, you and...
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Fundamental English

John Patrick McNichols - English language - 1908 - 272 pages
...the pronoun must be in the plural number. NOTES: a) When the antecedents are of different persons, the first person is preferred to the second, and the second to the third. b) The gender of the pronoun, except in the third person singular, is distinguished only by its antecedent....
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A New Second Latin Book

Frank Justus Miller, Charles Henry Beeson, Harry Fletcher Scott - Latin language - 1916 - 659 pages
...participle follows the rule given for predicate adjectives (157, a, 2). If the subjects differ in. person the first person is preferred to the second and the second to the third. Examples : homo et mulier occlsi sunt, the man and the woman were killed; ego et tu venimus, you and...
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