[*] 271. The Subject of a sentence is usually a Noun or Pronoun, or some word or group of words used as a Noun:—
- equitēs ad Caesarem vēnērunt, the cavalry came to Cæsar.
- hūmānum est errāre, to err is human.
- quaeritur num mors malum sit. the question is whether death is an evil.
|sedē -mus, we sit.||curri -tis, you run.||inqui-t, says he.|