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Passive of verbs that take dative cases

What you say in your edit, Maizi Wu, is indeed relevant to clarify your question ("I'd like to make my question clear that it is not quite about the passive periphrastic, but the common passive ...
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Passive of verbs that take dative cases

This is just the gerundive used to signal obligation, and I find it a bit misleading to call it passive periphrasis. Calling the gerundive a passive participle can lead astray. When there is a direct ...
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Passive of verbs that take dative cases

The most important concept to grasp is that there isn't really such a thing as a dative "object". Verbs that govern a dative (without an accusative) are intransitive. Thus, they cannot be ...
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Passive of verbs that take dative cases

That is a passive periphrastic (gerundive: prospiciendum) used in subordinate clause (accusative + infinitive) that expresses indirect speech. There must be a verb in the main clause indicating the ...
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