1 intr. sail
praesum, praeesse, praefuī, praefutūrus w. dat
intr. am in command of, am in charge of
noceō, nocēre, nocuī, nocitūrus w. dat
2 intr. do harm to, injure
satis (indecl. n w. gen.)
2m mind, soul
3 size, greatness
mare, maris (like n. of gravis)
The perfect tenses are formed regularly by using the perfect participle passive with...
forms of the verb "sum".
Many intransitive verbs take a sole object in the...
Verbs of "calling", "electing", "considering as", and "showing oneself" take...
an accusative object and a predicate accusative (n. or adj.)
In the passive, the accusative object becomes the ? and the predicate accusative becomes the ?
1 = subject 2 = predicate nominative