Re: OT: Latin subject-verb agreement
|Date:||Wednesday, December 12, 2007, 21:05|
>"Mark J. Reed" <markjreed@...> wrote:
>In most such langs, nouns are inherently third-person. The closest
>you could get would be a noun in apposition to a pronomial subject,
>>Is it possible in Latin to have a 1st or 2nd person verb and a noun
>>subject? For example, is "Pueri sumus boni" (We boys are good)
It can be done in Spanish.
Todos son pecadores = All are sinners.
Todos somos pecadores = We are all sinners.