Moreland has this sentence in Relative Clause of Purpose (Unit 14):

Properatis quo celerius adveniatis.

which it translates as:

You hasten by which you may arrive more quickly.

The adjective 'celerius' here is in the accusative but why is it in the neuter?


Celerius is the comparative adverb of celer,-is,-e and modifies the subjunctive verb adveniatis.


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