Disputatio:Marcus Licinius Crassus (triumvir)

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Usus temporum verbi in textuRecensere

VITA, SENTENTIA PRIMA: In sententia principali verba in formis perfecti scripta sunt "favit" et "contulit". Ergo in sententia dependente contemporanea ("dum...") verbum iterum in forma perfecti (i. e. "duxit" et non "ducit") scribere opportet. Bis-Taurinus (disputatio) 18:04, 11 Februarii 2017 (UTC)

VIde autem Allen & Greenough 556: "Dum, while, regularly takes the Present Indicative to denote continued action in past time ... 'dum haec geruntur, Caesarī nūntiātum est'". Lesgles (disputatio) 16:40, 12 Februarii 2017 (UTC)
Gildersleeve (#229) idem exemplum habet: Dum haec in colloquio geruntur, Caesari nuntiatum est 'while these things were transacting in the conference, word was brought to Caesar'. (The natural inclination for native English-speakers would be to prefer the imperfect: dum gerebantur, nuntiatum est.) IacobusAmor (disputatio) 17:35, 12 Februarii 2017 (UTC)
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