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REVIEW OF AGREEMENT 189


LESSON LXXVII REVIEW OF AGREEMENT, AND OF THE GENITIVE, DATIVE, AND ACCUSATIVE . ITiere are four agreements:

. That of the predicate noun or of the appositive with the noun to 

which it belongs (§§ 76, 81). . That of the adjective, adjective pronoun, or participle with its noun (§ 65). . That of a verb with its subject (§ 28). . That of a relative pronoun with its antecedent (§ 224). . The relation expressed by the genitive is, in general, denoted in English by the preposition of. It is used to express r a. As attributive (§ 38). . Possessions , . ,. j- . ^^ ,b. In the predicate (§ 409). . The whole of which a part is taken (partitive genitive) (§331). . Quality or description (§§ 443, 445). . The relation expressed by the dative is, in general, denoted in English by the prepositions to or for when they do not imply motion through space. It is used to express a. With intransitive verbs and with transitive verbs in connection with a direct object in the accusative (§ 45). b. With special intransitive verbs (§ 1 54). c. With verbs compounded with ad, ante, con, de, in, inter, ob, post, prae, pr5, sub, super (§426). I. The indirect object . The object to which the quality of an adjective is directed (§ 1 43). . The purpose, or end for which, often with a second dative denoting the person or thing affected (§ 437).