AcI - Accusativus cum Infinitivus - Accusative with Infinitive - Latin Grammar - Lateinische Grammatik

  

AcI - Accusativus cum Infinitivus - Accusative with Infinitive

The AcI is translated with a „that-sentence” or a “to-infinitive”.

Marcus librum leggere iubet.

Marcus orders to read the book.
or:
Marcus that you (general you) read the book.

After the following verbs the AcI is applied:

Latin

English

audire

to listen, to hear

clamare

to call

cupere

to wish

dicere

to say

gaudere

to be happy

iubere

to order

narrare

to tell

scire

to know

vetare

to prohibit

videre

to see

 

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