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115. Transition from a dual verb to a plural verb, or vice versa, takes place even within the limits of the same sentence.

ἔγημαν . . . δύο ὄντε Μεδοντιάδα . . . καὶ ξυνῳκείτην”, LYS. fr. 4 (Scheibe). “καὶ ὅτε παιδία ἤστην καὶ εὐθὺς γενόμενοι ἠπίστασθε”; PLATO, Euthyd. 294E. “ἵππους δ᾽ Ἀτρεΐδαο κιχάνετε, μηδὲ λίπησθον”, HOM. Il. 23.407.

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