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PAST TENSE.—Simple Form.

Singular 1. I saw,

Saw II
Thou sawest,

Sawest thcia! 2. You saw,

Saw you 3

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Plural.
1. We saw,

Saw wei
Ye saw,

Saw ye?
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Saw you!
3. "They saw,

Saw they?
PAST TENSE — Intensive Form.

Singular. 1. I did see,

Did I see i
Thou didst see,

Didst thou see?

Did you see? 3. He did see,

Did he see?

Plural. 1. We did see,

Did we see! $ Ye did see,

Did ye see? 2

? You did see, 3. They did see,

Did they see i

2. You did see,

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Canst thou see
Can you see?
Can he see!

Thou canst see,

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QUESTIONS FOR REVIEW. 107.-What is a Verb? .

.See Def. 97. How are Verbs distinguished ?

.See Prin. What is a Transitive Verb:

.See Def. 98. What is an Intransitive Verb?.

.See Def. 99. What is a Nouter Verb?

.See Def. 100. 108.What are the sub-classes of Transitive Verbs ? .See Prin. When are Verbs in the Active Voice?...

.See Def. 101 When are Verbs in the Passive Voice?...

.See Def. 102. How is the Passive Voice formed! ....

.See Obs. 2. 109.—What gives occasion for distinctions of Mode ?. ..See Rem. Name the different Modes.....

.See Prin. When are Verbs in the Indicative Mode? .

.See Def. 103. 110.-When is a Verb in the Potential Mode ?.

..See Def. 104. When is a Verb in the Subjunctive Mode ?

.See Def. 105. When is a Verb in the Imperative Mode ? .

.See Def. 106. 111.-When is a Verb in the Infinitive Mode?.

..See Def. 107. What is a Participle ?

..See Def. 108. 112.-What are the principal distinctions of Participles ?. .See Pria. What is a Simple Participle ? ....

..See Def. 109 - What is a Compound Participle ?.

.See Def. 110 How are the Simple Participles distinguished?. .See Prin. What is the Present Participle ?

.See Def. 111 113.- What is the Past Participle?.....

..See Def. 112. 114.-What various offices do Participles perform 1....... See Obs. 8. 115.-- What is Tense ?-What Names are given to the Tenses !..See Prin.

Define the Prior Past Tense, and give Examples.. ...See Def. 114.
Define the Past Tense,

....See Def. 115. 116.-Define the Prior Present Tense,

..See Def. 116 Define the Present Tense,

..See Def. 117. Define the Prior Future Tense,

....See Def. 118 Define the Future Tense,

....See Def, 119. Give the various Tenses in the different Modes. .See Recapitulation. 120 --What does the term Conjugation indicate?

.See Rem.
How are Verbs distinguished, in Inflections ? .See Prin.
What is a Regular Verb ? ..

..See Def. 120.
What is an Irregular Verb?

.See Def. 121. 121.-What is a Defective Verb?.

.See Def. 122. What is an Auxiliary Verb?.

.See Def. 123 Give the various offices of the Auxiliary Verbs .See Ols. 1.

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EXERCISES.

(1.) Let the Pupils give the Class, Voice, Mode, Tense, Person, and Num. ber of the following Verbs—and complete the Sentences. 1. Am writing a letter.

9. Couldst love to study. 2. Are reading poetry.

10. Has walked to Boston. 3. Didst see the eclipse.

11. Hast wandered from home. 4. Had known duty.

12. Shall learn wisdom. 5. May feel the worm.

13. Will improve in writing. 6. Ought to study.

14. Could recite lessons. 7. Couldst have favored him. 15. Canst be false to any man. 8. Thou love me.

16. Wish to see home.
17. Wilt have returned my books.
18. Shall have returned from Europe.

(11.) Repeat the First Person singular of each Mode and Tense of the following Verbs :Am, Eat,

Neglect Receive,
Arise, Fly,

Need,

Reject,
Begin, Go,

Owe,

Select,
Blow, Hold, Ought,

Squander,
Come, Know, Practice, Yoke,
Cut,

Lay, Purchase, Touch,
Do,
Lie,
Quiet,

Use,
Drink, Make, Qualify,

Wish.
Repeat the Third Person Plural of the same.

(11.) Let the appropriate Auxiliary Verbs be inserted in the blank spaces indicated. 1. “Now the shades of night

gone." 2. “The bell's deep tones swelling.” 3. “The palace

- wrapped in flames." 4. “How my heart encrusted with the world!” 5. “Every thing in the life of such persons misplaced.” 6. “Science raise thee to eminence." 7. “But I alone guide thee to felicity.”

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