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1009. In tragedy, if a woman, speaking of herself, uses the plural verb (1008), an adjective or participle, in agreement with the subject, is feminine singular or masculine plural: ““ἥλιον μαρτυ_ρόμεσθα, δρῶσ᾽ δρᾶν οὐ βούλομαιI call the sun to witness, that I am acting against my willE. H. F. 858, ἀρκοῦμεν ἡμεῖς οἱ προθνῄσκοντες σέθεν it is enough that I (Alcestis) die in thy stead E. Alc. 383.

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