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In a couple of the stories there are instances of compound verb tenses reversed (est ausus/est passus) instead of the usual paradigm. Does this reversal change the basic meaning of the sentence? Thanks, Paul
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The reversal of the participle and the finite form of esse shouldn't change the basic meaning of the sentence, assuming both verbal elements belong together as periphrastic (compound) verb forms.
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