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[*] 103. Neuter plural subject with a dual verb. The neuter plural subject may take a dual verb when the subject comprises but two. PLATO, Tim. 56E: “δύο πυρὸς σώματα εἰς ἓν ξυνίστασθον εἶδος ἀέρος”, Two corpuscles of fire combine into one figure of air. Compare ibid. 56 D-E (124), where “γενοίσθην” is due to the neuter plural predicate “δύο σώματα”.
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