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Shall, on the contrary, in the first person, simply foretells, in the second and third persons, promises, commands, or threatens; as, 'I shall go abroad;' "We shall dine at home.' "Thou shalt, or you shall inherit the land.' They shall account for their misconduct.' The following passage is not translated according to the proper meaning of the word shall and will : Surely goodness and mercy shall follow me all the days of my life; and I will dwell in the house of the Lord forever;' it ought to be, will follow me,' and 'I shall dwell.'-The foreigner who, as it is said, fell into the Thames, and cried out, ‘I will be drowned, no body shall help me,' made a sad application of these auxiliaries.
The second future tense expresses an action that will be fully accomplished, at or before the time of another future action or event; as, 'I shall have learned my lesson before, or when you return.' 'I shall have dined at one o'clock. There never was a verb in the second future tense, without shall have, or will have, expressed or understood, joined to another verb.
REGULAR VERBS. Regular verbs are such as will form their imperfect tense in the indicative mode, and perfect participle, with d or ed added to the verb; as, learn, learned; honor, honored; introduce, introduced. Regular verbs end in ed in past time.
, IRREGULAR VERBS Are those, which will not form their imperfect tense in the indicative mode, and perfect participle, with the addition of d or ed to the verb; as, write, wrote ; go, went. In short, they will not end in ed, in past time.
- LIST OF THE IRREGULAR VERBS.
The verbs marked r. admit also the regular form. · Present.
Perfect Participle. Abide,
born. Bear, to carry. bore,
beaten, beat, Begin, 55 bat bent, Bedingut tjedt Desiin as
bent." Bendtlias bas bereft, r.
bereft, r. beard is an besought, Beseech,
bidden, bid. Bind. Isil bound.
bound. B illst bine biti 21
bitten, bit. Bleed 59 mbledon
bled. Div? 929 of Blew.
built..! ans Burstone
burst. bursav 2 bought,
bought. Buy los 10 cast,
cast. Catch, h disy Toris caught, yo. tachid
chidden, chid. Choose,
chosen. Cleave, ir.ito stick, or adhere. Cleave, to split. clove, cleft, "clest, cloven. -Oling, 7 clung,
clung. >Clothe, iclothed,
clad, ir. Come, came,
cost. Crow, crew,r.
crowed. Creep, isip
cut. Dare, to venture. durst,
dared. Dare, r. to challenge. Deal, dealt, r.
dealt, r. dug,.. ,
dug, r. did,
drawn. Drive, drove,
driven. Drink, drank,
seat, or ate,* Fall,
forgot, Forsake, forsook, Freeze,
gilt, r. Gird,
Perfect Participle. eaten. fallen. fed. felt. fought. found. fled. Alung. flown. forgotten, forgot. forsaken. frozen. got. gilt, r. girt, r. given. gone. graven. ground, grown. had. hung, r. heard, hewn, hidden, hidi hit. held. hurt. kept. knit. known. laden. slaid. led. left. lent. let. lain. laden, r. lost.
Have, Hang, Hear, Hew, Hide, Hit, Hold, Hurt, Keep,
Know, Lade, Lay,
Atepronounced et. .
Run, Saw, Say,
Slay, Sleep, Slide, Sling, Slink,
Perfect Participle. smote,
sown, r. spoke, spake, spoken. sped,
spent. spilt, r.
spread. :sprung, sprang, sprung. stood,
stunk. strode, stride, stridden. struck,
struck, stricken. strung,
striven. [strewed. strowed, strewed, strown, strowed, ar swore,
sworn. swet, r.
swet, r. swelled,
swollen, r swum, swam, swum. swung,
waxen, r. wore,
Swim, Swing, Take,
Tell, Think, Thrive, Throw, Thrust, Tread, Wax,
Win, · Wind,