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Singular. 1. I shall have loved,

I shall have been loved, | Thou wilt have loved, Thou wilt have been loved, 2.

You will have been loved, 3. He will have loved.

He will have been loved

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Plural. 1. We shall have loved, We shall have been loved, S

Ye will have been loved,

You will have been loved, 3. They will have loved. They will have been loved.

2. { You

will have loved,

POTENTIAL MODE.

PRESENT TENSE.

2. { Tbou maar st love,

Singular. 1. I may love,

I may be loved,

Thou mayst be loved, ,

You may be loved, 3. He may love.

He may be loved.

Plural.
1. We may love, We may be loved,
2.
Ye may love,

Ye may be loved,
You

You may be loved,
3. They may love. They may be lovel.

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may love,

PRIOR PRESENT TENSE.

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Singular. 1. I may have loved,

I may have been loved, s Thou mayst have loved, Thou mayst have been loved,

You may have been loved. 3. He may have loved. He may have been loved.

Plural. 1. We may have loved, We may have been loved, Ye , Ye may have been loved,

You may have been loved, 3. They may have loved. They may have been loved.

2. { Younmay have loved,

PAST TENSE

Singular. 1. I might love,

I might be loved,
Thou mightst love,
2.

Thou mightst be loved,
You might love,

{ 3. He might love.

He might be loved.

Plural. 1. We might love,

We might be loved, 2.

Ye might be loved, You might love, You might be loved, 3. They might love. They might be loved.

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PRIOR PAST TENSE

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Singular. 1. I might have loved,

I might have been loved,

Thou mightst have been loved, 2. You might have loved,

You might have been loved, 3. He might have loved.

He might have been loved.

Plural. 1. We might have loved, We might have been loved,

Ye might have been loved,

You might have been loved, 3. They might have loved.

They might have been loved

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might have loved,

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Synopsis of the Verb “STUDY."

Active Voice.

DECLARATIVE FORM.

INDICATIVE MODE.
First Person.

DECLARATIVE FORM.- :-Negative.
PRESENT,... ..I study,.... .I study not, or I do not study.
Prior PRESENT, ..I have studied, ......I have not studied.
Past, ..... .I studied,

..I studied not, or I did not study
Prior Past, I had studied, .I had not studied.
FUTURE, .I shall study,...

.I shall not study.
Prior FUTJRE, ...I shall have studied,..I shall not have studied.

POTENTIAL MODE.

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PRESENT,. .......I may study, ...... .I may not study.
Prior PRESENT, ..I may have studied, ......I may not have studied.
PAST,....

...I might study,.. ..I might not study. Ppor Past, I might have studied, ....I might not have studied.

SUBJUNCTIVE MODE.

PRESENT,.
Past,

.If I study,....
..If I studied,

If I study not.
.If I studied not.

IMPERATIVE MODE.

Second Person.
PRESENT, ....Study, or

Do not study.

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..Do thou study, } .... {Study not, or

INFINITIVE MODE.

*RESENT
MAJOR PRESENT,

.To study,.....
.To have studied,

.Not to study.
..Not to have studied

PARTICIPLES.

SIMPLE..... Studying, .........Not studying, or studying nut.
COMPOUND, . . Having studied,....Not having studied.

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POTENTIAL MODE.
I
may turn,

.May I turn!
I may have turned,..

.May I have turned !
I might turn,

.Might I turn?
I might have turned,

.Might I have turned!

INTERROGATIVE FORM.

Synopsis of the Verb “SELL.”

Passive Voice.
INDICATIVE MODE.
Third Person.

INTERROGATIVE FORM.--Negative.
PRESENT,........Is it sold ?.....

.Is it not sold !
Prior PRESENT, ..Has it been sold ? .Has it not been soldi
Past,
Was it sold ?

. Was it not sold ?
Prior Past, ... Had it been sold ). ..Had it not been sold!
FUTURE,
... Will it be sold!.......

Will it not be soldi PRIOR FUTURE,... Will it have been sold l... Will it not have been sold !

POTENTIAL MODE.

Third Person.
May it be sold!...... .May it not be soldi
May it have been soldi. .May it not have been sold !
Might it be sold ? ..... .Might it not be soldi

Might it have been sold! ... Might it not have been sold ! * The SUBJUNCTIVE, IMPERATIVE, and INFINITIVE Modes are not used in Interrogative Sentences.

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