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Past Tense. - Common Form

SINGULAR NUMBER 1. (1) saw, 2. (You) saw, 3. (He) saw;

PLURAL NUMBER
1. (We) saw,
2. (You) saw,
3. (They) saw.

Past Tense. - Emphatic Form 1. (1) did see,

1. (We) did see, 2. (You) did see,

2. (You) did see, 3. (He) did see;

3. (They) did see.

Past Perfect Tense

1. (I) had seen,
2. (You) had seen,
3. (He) had seen;

1. (We) had seen,
2. (You) had seen,
3. (They) had seen.

Future Tense

Simple futurity; foretelling. (712.) 1. (I) shall see,

1. (We) shall see, 2. (You) will see,

2. (You) will see, 3. (He) will see;

3. (They) will see.

Promise, threat, or determination. (713.) 1. (1) will see,

1. (We) will see, 2. (You) shall see,

2. (You) shall see, 3. (He) shall see;

3. (They) shall see.

Future Perfect Tense

1. (1) shall have seen,
2. (You) will have seen,
3. (He) will have seen;

1. (We) shall have seen, 2. (You) will have seen, 3. (They) will have seen.

1. (If I) see,
2. (If you) see,
3. (If he) see;

SUBJUNCTIVE MOOD
Present Tense

1. (If we) see,
2. (If you) see,
3. (If they) see.

Present Tense. – Emphatic Form
SINGULAR NUMBER

PLURAL NUMBER 1. (If I) do see,

1. (If we) do see, 2. (If you) do see,

2. (If you) do see, 3. (If he) do see;

3. (If they) do see.

Past Tense

1. (If I) saw, 2. (If you) saw, 3. (If he) saw;

1. (If we) saw,
2. (If you) saw,
3. (If they) saw.

Past Tense. - Emphatic Form 1. (If I) did see,

1. (If we) did see, 2. (If you) did see,

2. (If you) did you, 3. (If he) did see;

3. (If they) did see.

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Present Perfect Tense 1. (1) may have seen,

1. (We) may have seen, 2. (You) may

have
seen,

2. (You) may have seen, 3. (He) may have seen ;

3. (They) may have seen.

Past Tense

1. (I) might see,
2. (You) might see,
3. (He) might see;

1. (We) might see,
2. (You) might see,
3. (They) might see.

Past Perfect Tense 1. (1) might have seen,

1. (We) might have seen, 2. (You) might have seen,

2. (You) might have seen, 3. (He) might have seen;

3. (They) might have seen.

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I (or me), you, he (or him), we (or us), they (or them) to see.

Present Perfect Tense

I (or me), you, he (or him), we (or us), they (or them) to have seen.

PARTICIPIAL MOOD

Present Tense

(I, you, he, we, or they) seeing.

Present Perfect Tense

(I, you, he, we, or they) having seen.

EXERCISES

722. Conjugate the verbs be,"1 "see," "love," teach," carry,and row.

I. In conjugating a verb, it is not necessary to mention the subject. For example, in conjugating be in the indicative mood and present tense, you may say, "Singular number; first person, am; second person, are or art; third person, is," etc.

723. State the mood and tense of the following verbs, and then conjugate them throughout the tense : I came. It may stop. Art thou? I shall try.

I shall try. They are coming If she study. You must repent. We might

He should have been studying. Had I gone. They were punished.

724. Write each of the following verbs in all the forms of the tense to which it belongs :

I study. They returned the book. It may rain. Has he brought the book? The bird is flying.

have gone.

725. Write a synopsis of the following verbs, in each tense of all the moods :

Love, with I as its subject. See, with Mary as its subject. Is transferred, with the trunk as its subject. Are coming, with we as its subject.

726. Conjugate the verbs strike," love,and teach," in the passive voice (718, note). The verbs study,row," and "sing,in the progressive forin (718, note). The verb "gointerrogatively in the common form.

PARSING

727.

FORMS OF PARSING. --- WRITTEN PARSING

1.

a

They sin who tell us Love can die. Southey.
rify itfv

rif v
ind

pot
pr
ind

pr
they pr

Love
3
who

3
3
р

a

S

ORAL PARSING

Tell is an irregular, transitive, finite verb, in the active voice, indicative mood, and present tense. Its subject is who, hence it is in the third person and plural number.

WRITTEN PARSING

a

2. The enemy advancing, he ordered the signal to be given.

in v
rtfv

itn v
par

р
pr
ind

inf
enemy
pa

pr
he
3

signal

S

ORAL PARSING

Advancing is a regular, intransitive, non-finite verb, in the participial mood, and present tense. Its subject is enemy, but it does not change its form to agree with enemy in person and number.

To be given is an irregular, transitive, non-finite verb, in the passive voice, infinitive mood, and present tense. Its subject is signal, but it does not change its form to agree with signal in person and number.

EXERCISE

728. Parse the finite verbs in 603 and 651. The finite and non-finite verbs in 595 and 623.

LANGUAGE TABLES

I go

729. Read the following tables aloud every day, until you become accustomed to hearing and using the correct forms. Add itwhen the verb is transitive.

I run 1 I write it If we be, etc.
I went I ring it I drink
I have gone I see it

If I were
I speak If I be

If

you were
I eat it If

you
be

If he were
I begin, etc. I know it If he be If they were, etc.

1. Use begin, run, etc., in the same tenses as go.

I had gone

730. Read the following, without emphasizing the auxiliaries:

We shall go I shall begin? I shall see it You will go You will go I shall run 1

I shall speak He will go They will go I shall ring it I shall eat it, etc.

I shall go

1. Use begin, run, etc., in the same persons and numbers as shall go.

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