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can sleep; You should write; He may have come f They should have called; I might have been embarrassed; If I had been enslaved; To have done it; We were warned.''''

A general Illustration of several of the preceding Reviews.

"The man walks; the horse runs; the bird flies." What kind of verbs have we in these sentences?

"Let me roll it; it rolls. The king rules wisely; their master rules them. He shall separate them; we must separate."—Here are six verbs; of what kind is each?

"You ought to pay me, quoth the farmer."—What kind of verbs have we in this sentence?

"He may have come. They should have been called."—Which are the auxiliary verbs in these .sentences?

"He might have been had. You did do it."—Which are the principal verbs in these sentences?

"It were injustice to deny the execution of the laws to any individual."—In what mode is tcere?

"Many acts, which had been blamable in a peaceable government, were employed to detect conspiracies."— In what mode is had been?

"She possesses a contented mind. She lives contented with her humble lot."—In which of these sentences is contented an adjective?

"I wish you to come, whether I be there, or not." —In what mode is hei

"If I can learn him anything, he may remain."— In what mode is learn}

"My brother has been here yesterday. Julius Cesar has been a succesful conqueror."—What improprieties in.these sentences?

"If he comes to-morrow, you will see him. We fear him not, though he have ten thousand men."—What improprieties in these sentences?

"She died, loved and lamented by all. He loved and lamented her."—In which of these sentences are laved and lamented participles?

s Present. Abide. Am

Arise
Awake

Bare, to bring forth

Bear, to carry Beat Begin Bend Bereave Beseech Bid Bind Bite Bleed Blow Break Breed Bring Build #o uy Cast Catch Chide Choose Cleave, to stick, or adhere Cleave, to split Cling Clothe Come Cost Crow Creep Cut Dare, to venture

B. to challenge

LESSON XVIII. A List of Irregular Verbs.

Perf. Part.

eal Dig De

Imperfect.
abode
WaS
arose
awoke
bare
bore
beat
began
bent
bereft
besought
bid, bade
bound
bit

bled
blew
broke
bred
brought
built
burst
bought
Cast
caught
chid
chose

clove, or cleft

clung
clothed

came
cost
crew
crept
cut

durst

dealt
dug
did

abode
been
arisen
awaked R
born
borne
beaten, beat
begun
bent R
bereft R
besought
bidden, bid
bound
bitten, bit
bled

blown
broken
bred
brought
built
burst
bought
Cast
caught R
chidden, chid
chosen

cleft, cloven R

clung
clad R
come
COSt
crowed R
crept
Cut
dared

dealt R
dug R
done

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Present.
Meet
Mow
Pay
Put
Read
Rend
Rid
Ride
Ring
Rise
Rive
łłun
Saw
Say
See
Seek
Sell
Send
Set
Shake
Shape
Shave
Shear
Shed
Shine
Show
Shoe
Shoot
Shrink
Shred
Shut
Sing
Sink
§

ay
Sleep
Slide
Sling
Slink
Slit
Smite
Sow
Speak
Speed
Spend

* Ridden is nearly obsolete.

Perf. Part. met mown paid

put

Imperfect. met mowed paid

ut o rent rid rode rung, rang roSe

rived

ran sawed said saw sought sold Sent

Set
shook
shaped
shaved
sheared
shed
shone
showed
shod
shot
shrunk
shred
shut
sung, Sang
sunk, sank
Sat
slew
slept
slid
slung
slunk
slit
Smote
sowed
spoke
sped
spent

read
rent
rid .
rode, or ridden"
rung
risen
riven
run
sawn R
said
Seen
sought
sold

Sent

Set
shaken
shaped, shapen n
shaven R
shorn
shed
shonet R
shown
shod
shot
shrunk
shred
shut
sung
sunk
Sat

slain
slept
slidden
slung
slunk
slit, slitted it
Smitten
SOWn R
spoken
sped
spent

t Pronounced shon

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