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2. Thou mayst or canst, &c, or you may or
3. He may or can have been loved.
can have been 3. They may or can have been loved.
1. I might, co'ld, wo'ld, 1. or should have been loved.
2. Thou mightst, &c. 2. or you might, could, would, or
We may or can have been loved.
3. He might, could,
would, or should
Ye or you may or can have been loved.
Singular. 1. If I am loved. 2. If thou art loved, or if you are loved.
3. If he is loved.
should have been 3. They might, could,
would, or should have been loved.
We might, co'ld, wo'ld, or should have been loved
Ye or you might, could, would, or should have been loved.
Present Tense.-First Form
1. If we are loved.
Present Tense.-Third Form.
1. If I were loved.
1. If we were loved.
2. If thou wert loved, 2. If ye or you were lov
or if you were
3. If he were loved.
The remaining tenses of the subjunctive mood are in every respect similar to the correspondent tenses of the indicative mood, with the exception before made. See page 61.
To be loved.
To have been loved.
Having been loved.
Perfect or passive.
OF IRREGULAR VERBS.
Irregular verbs are of various sorts:
1. Such as have the present and imperfect tenses and perfect participle the same; as,
2. Such as have the imperfect tense and perfect participle the same; as,
3. Such as have the imperfect tense and perfect participle different; as,
Many verbs become irregular by contrac tion; as feed, fed; leave, left: others by the termination en; as, fall, fell, fallen; others change some of the letters and terminate in ght; as, buy, bought; teach, taught, &c.
The following list of the irregular verbs. will, it is presumed, be found both comprehensive and accurate:
Perfect or Past Part:
Cleave, to split, clove, or cleft, cleft, cloven.
Perfect or Past Part.
beaten, or beat.