This work contradicts claims by Latin grammarians that in
certain expressions the present and perfect tenses of the
subjunctive are used without difference. At the same time, it
establishes between these two tenses certain important and
clearly-marked distinctions as used in prayers, in expressions of
contingent futurity, and in expression which have been mistakenly
appealed to as instances of a potential subjunctive.
Subjects: Language & Literature
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