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290. An adjective, agreeing with the subject or object, is often used to qualify the action of the verb, and so has the force of an adverb:—
  1. prīmus vēnit, he was the first to come (came first).
  2. nūllus dubitō, I no way doubt.
  3. laetī audiēre, they were glad to hear.
  4. erat Rōmae frequēns (Rosc. Am. 16) , he was often at Rome.
  5. sērus in caelum redeās (Hor. Od. 1.2.45) , mayst thou return late to heaven.

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