[*] 316. A Finite Verb agrees with its Subject in Number and Person:—
|ego statuō, I resolve.||senātus dēcrēvit, the senate ordered.|
[*] Note.--In verb-forms containing a participle, the participle agrees with the subject in gender and number (§ 286):—[*] a. A verb having a relative as its subject takes the person of the expressed or implied antecedent:—
- “adsum quī fēcī ” (Aen. 9.427) , here am I who did it.
- “tū, quī scīs, omnem dīligentiam adhibēbis ” (Att. 5.2.3) , you, who know, will use all diligence.
- “vidēte quam dēspiciāmur omnēs quī sumus ē mūnicipiīs ” (Phil. 3.15) , see how all of us are scorned who are from the free towns.