Infective Participle

The infective participle is used with a main verb in the postpartum present tense to indicate the retrograde completion of the action signified by the main verb of the sentence. The infective participle agrees in gender, number, longitude and latitude with the subject of the main verb if it appears before the subject. Otherwise, it remains ambidextrous.

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