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Perfect Tense. Sing

Plur. 1 I have been,

1. We bave been, 2. Thou hast been,

2. Ye or you have been, 9. He hath or has been.

3. They have been

Pluperfect Tense. Sing

Plur. 1. I had been,

1. We had been, 2. Thou hadst heen,

2. Ye or you bad been, 3. He had teen.

3. They had been. First Future Tense.

Plur, 1. I shall or will be,

1. We shall or win be, 2 Thou shalt or wilt be,

2. Ye or you shall or will be & He sball or will be.

3. They shall or will be.

Second Future Tense. Sins

Plur. 1. 1 sball or will have been

1. We sball or will have been, 2. Thou shalt or wilt have been,

2. Ye or you shall or will have been, 3. He shall or will have heen.

3. They shall or will have been.

IMPERATIVE MOOD. Sing.

Plur. 1. Let me be.

1. Let us be, 2 Be thou or you,

2. Be ye or you, 1. Let bim bor

3. Let them be. POTENTIAL MOOD. Present Tense.

Plur. I may or can be,

1. We may or can be, % Thou mayet or canst be,

2. Ye or you may or can be 5. He ray or can be.

3. They may or can be Imperfect Tense.

Plur. I might, could, would, or should be.

1. We might, could, would, or should be, 2. Thou mightst, couldst, wouldst, or shouldst be, 2. Ye or you might, could, would, or should be 3 He might, could, would, or should be. 3. They might, could, would, or should be.

Perfect Tense. Sing.

Plur. 1. I may or can bave haen,

1. We may or can have been, 2. Thou mayst or canst have been,

2. Ye or you may or can bave been, 2. He may or can bave been,

3. They may or can have been.

Pluperfect Tense. Sing.

Plur. 1. I might, could, would, or should have been, 1. We might, could, would, or should bare been, 2. Thou migbtst, couldet, wouldst, or shouldst 2. Ye or you bright, could, would, or should have been,

have been, & He might, wuld, would, or should have been. 3. They might, could, would, or should have been

SUBJUNCTIVE MOOD.

Present Tense. Sing.

Plur. LII be,

1. If we be, . I thou be

2. If se or you ber X bebe

3. If they be

Sing

Sing.

Imperfect Tense.
Smg.

Plur. 1. If I were,

1. If we were, 2. If thou' werte

2. If ye or you were, 3. If he were.

3. If they were.

INFINITIVE MOOD. Present Tmse, To be.

Perfect, To have beep.

PARTICIPLES.
Present, Being,

Perfect, Been,
Cornpound Perfect,

Having beso.

ACTIVE VOICE.
The active verb, to love, is thus conjugated:

To Love.
INDICATIVE MOOD.

Present Tense. The present tense of the indicative mood is the root of all the other tenses. The present tenda, in the potential mood, is formed by prebxing the auxiliary inay, can, ct must, to the present tense of the indicative mood; thus, I may, can, or must love, Sing.

Plur. 1. I love,

1. We love, 2. Thou lovest,

2. Ye or you love, 3. He loveth or love.

3. They love.

Imperfect Tense. The imperfect tense of all regular verbs in the indicative mood is formed by adding d, or edhe or did to the present; as, love, loved, or did love.

The imperfect tense of the potential moot, is formed by prefixing the auxiliary might, could mould, or should, to the present tense of the indicative; thus, I might, could, would, or should lore Sing

Plur. 1. I inved,

1. We loved, 2. Thou lovedat,

2. Ye or you loved, 3. He loved.

3. They loved.

Perfect Tense. The perfect tense, of the indicative mood, is formed by prefixing the auxiliary have to the perfect or past participle; thus, I have loved.

The perfect tense, of the potential mood, is formed by prefixing the auxiliaries may hare, com have, must have, to the perfect participle; thus, I may, can, or must have loved.

Plur. 1. I have loved,

1 We have loved, 2. Thou hast loved,

2. Ye or you have loved, 3 H. bath or has loved,

3. They have loved.

Pluperfect Tense. The pluperfect tense of the indicative mood, is formed by prebring the auxiliary had to the perfect participle; thus, I had loved.

The pluperfect tense, of the potential mood, is formed by prebzing the auxiliaries, might have could have, would have, or should have, to the perfect participle ; thus, I might, could, would, or should have loved Sing.

Plur. 1. I bad loved,

1. We had loved, 2. Thou hadst loved,

2. Ye or you had loved, 3. He had loved.

3. They had loved.

First Future Tense. The first future tense is formed by prefixing the auxiliary shall or will to the present tennv; then I shall or will love. Sing

Plur. 1. I sball or will love,

1. We shall or will love, 2 Thou sbalt or wilt love,

2 Ye or you shall or will love * He shall or will love.

s. They shall or will love

Sing.

Sing.

Second Future Tense. The second future tenor is formed by prefixing the auxiliaries shall have, or will have, lo tipo perfect participle; thus, I shall, or will have loved. Sing

Plur. 1. I shall or will have loved,

1. We shall or will have loved, 2. Thou shalt or wilt bave loved,

2. Ye or you shall or will have loved, 3. He shall or will have loved.

3. They sball or will have loved. IMPERATIVE MOOD.

Plur. 1. Let me love,

1. Let us love, 2. Love thou, or you,

2. Love you or you, 3. Let him love.

3. Let them love. POTENTIAL MOOD.

Present Tenise, Sing.

Plur. 1. I may or can love,

1. We may or can love, 2. Thou mayst or canst love,

2. Ye or you may or can love, 8. He may or can love.

3. They may or can love,

Imperfect Tense. Sing.

Plur 1. I might, could, would, or should love, 1. We miglit, could, would, or should love, 2. Thou mightst, couldst, wouldst, or shouldet love, 2. Ye or you might, could, would, or should love, 3 He might, could, would, or should love. 3. They might, could, would, or should love

Perfect Tense. Sing

. Plur. 1. I may or can have loved,

1. We may or can have loved, 2 Thou mayst or canst have loved,

2. Ye or you may or can bave loved, 3. He may or cau have loved.

3. They may or can have loved

Pluperfect Tense. Sing.

Plur. 1. I might, could, would, or spould have loved, 1. We might, could, would, or should have loved 2. Thou mightst, couldst, touldst, or shouldet 2. Ye or you might, could, would, or should bave loved,

have loved, 3 He might, could, would, or should have loved. 3. They might, could, would, or should bave loved

SUBJUNCTIVE MOOD.

Present Tense. Sing

Plur. 1. If I love,

1. If we love, 2. If thou love,

2. If ye or you love, 3. If he love.

3. If they love.

INFINITIVE MOOD.
Present Tense, To love.

Perfect, To have loved.

PARTICIPLES.
Present, Loving,

Perfect, Loved,
Compound Perfeod,

Having loved.

PASSIVE VOICE. The passive voice, or passive verb, is formed by annexing a perfect participle to the auxiliary to be, through all its variations, thus:

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To be Loved.
INDICATIVE MOOD..

Present Tense.
Sing
1. I am loved,

1. We are loved, 2 Tbou ant loved,

2. Ye or you are loved, 3. He is loved.

3. They are loved.

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Imperfect Tense. Sing.

Plur. 1. I was loved,

1. We were loved, 2. Thou wast loved,

2. Ye or you were loved, 3. He was loved.

3. They were loved.

Perfect Tense. Sing.

Plur. 1. I have been loved,

1. We bave been loved, 2. Thou hast been loved,

2. Ye or you have been loved, 3. He bach or bas been loved.

3. They have been loved.

Pluperfect Tenses Sing.

Plur. 1. I had been loved,

1. We had been lored, 2. Thou hadst been loved,

2. Ye or you had been loved, 2. He had been loved.

3. They had been loved.

First Future Tense. Sing.

Plar. 1. I shall or will be loved,

1. We shall or will be loved, 2. Thou shalt or wilt be loved,

2. Ye or you shall or will be loved, & He shall or will be loved.

3. They shall or will be loved.

Second Future Tense. Sing.

Plur. 1. I sball or will have been loved,

1. We shall or will bave been loved, 2. Thou shalt or wilt have been loved, 2. Ye or you shall or will have been loved, & He sball or will have been loved.

3. They sball or will bave been loved. IMPERATIVE MOOD.

Plur. 1. Let me be loved,

1. Let us be loved, 2. Be thou loved, or do thou be loved,

2. Be ye loved, or do you be loved, 3. Let him be loved.

2. Let them be loved. POTENTIAL MOOD.

Present Tense. Sing

Plur. .. I may or can be loved,

1. We may or can be loved, 2. Thou sayt or canst be loved,

2. Ye or you may or can be loved, 3. He may or can be loved.

3. They may or can be loved.

Imperfect Tense. Sing.

Plur. 1. I might, could, wond, or should be loved, 1. We might, could, would, or should be lovedt, 2. Thou mightst, couldst, wouldst, or shouldst 2. Ye or you might, could, would, or should be be loved,

loved, %. He might, could, would, or sbould be loved. 3. They might, could, would, or sbould be loved.

Perfect Tense. Sing

Plur. 1. I may or can have been loved,

1. We may or can have been loved, 2. Thou mnayet or canst have been loved, 2. Ye or you may or can have beep lwed, 3. He may or can have been loved.

3. They may or can have been loved.

Pluperfect Tense. Sing

Plur, 1. Ingat, could, would, or should have beep 1. We might, could, would, or should bave DEAR Joyed

loved, % Tho mightst, couldst, wouldst, or sloaldst 2. Ye of you might, could, would, or should diave been loved,

have been loved, 3. He saight, could, would, or should have been 3. They might, could, would, or should have loyed

been lored.

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SUBJUNCTIVE MOOD.

Present Tense.
Sing.

Plur. 1. IF I be loved,

1. If we be loved, 2. If thou be loved,

2. If ye or you be loved 3. If he be loved.

3. If they be loved.

Imperfect Tense.
Sing

Plur. 1. If I were loved,

1. If we were loved, 2. If theu wert loved,

2. If ye or you were loved, 3. If he were loved.

3. If they were loved.

IK FINITIVE MOOD. Present Tenue, To be loved.

Porfect, To have been loved.

PARTICIPLES.
Present, Being loved,

Perfect, Been loved,
Compound Perfect,

Having been loved.
Verbs active are conjugated, by adding the present participle to the
verb to be, to express the continuation of an action.
Present.

Imperfect. 1. I am reading,

1. I was reading, 2. Thou art writing.

2. Thou wast writing, 3. He is working.

3. He was working. Neuter verbs are conjugated with the present participle, to signify being or position. Present.

In perfect. 1. I am sleeping.

1. We were sleeping 2. Thou art sitting,

2. You were sitting, 3. He is speaking

3. They were speaking. The conjugation may be continued through all the moods and tenses, by prefixing the different tenses of the verb to be, to the present participle. 1. I was sitting,

1. We were sitting, 2. Thou hast been sitting,

2. Ye or you were sitting & He bas been sitting.

3. They were sitting.

ADVERBS.

woman.

6. An adverb is a word joined to a verb, participle, adjective, or another adverb, to express the time, place, circumstance, degree, or manner thereof; as, we must rise early; he has behaved well; John will be here soon ; she is a truly good

Some adverbs admit of comparison ; as, soon, sooner, soonest; of ten, ofiner, ofinest, &c.

Adverbs ending in ly, are compared by more and most ; as, wisely more wisely, most wisely; sweetly, more sweetly, most sweetly, &c.

CONJUNCTIONS. 7. A conjunction serves to join words or sentences together, and shows the manner of their dependence upon each other; as, You and I are happy, because we are good.

Conjunctions are principally divided into copulative and disjunctinn

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