Excerpt from A New Method of Learning With Facility the Latin Tongue, Vol. 2 of 2: Containing the Rules of Genders, Declensions, Preterites, Syntax, Quantity, and Latin Accents, Digested in the Clearest and Concisest Order
The accusative either denotes the subject into' which... the action of the verb passeth, amat patrem or agrees with the inh nitive, as above, No. Or is governed by some preposition ex pressed or understood, as after the verbs of teaching, moving, in the questions of time and measure, and others. Neither is there elver an accusative which does not depend on one of these three tung s.
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