Sketch of Etymology, Syntax, Puntuation and Prosody; Founded on the Genius of the English Language

Sketch of Etymology, Syntax, Puntuation and Prosody; Founded on the Genius of the English Language : To Which Are Added, a Few English Idiotisms; Praxes in Parsing and Making English: And Extracts, Exhibiting the Progression of the

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1820 edition. Excerpt: ... likewise. 36. The perfect indicative is formed from the imperfect participle, by prefixing the helping verb or sign, " Have;" as, have loved. i I Present. Imperfect. Imperfect Participles Cling, clung, clung. Clothe, clothed, clad. Come, came, come. Cost, cost, cost. C row, crew, crowed. Creep, crept, crept. Cut, cut, cut. Dare, durst, dared. Dare. Deal, dealt, dealt. Dig, dug, dug. Do, did, done. ' Draw, drew, drawn. Drive, drove, driven. Drink, drank, drunk. Dwell, dwelt, dwelt. Eat, eat, 'or ate. eaten. Fall, fell, fallen. Feed, fed, fed. Feel, felt, felt. Fight, ' fought, ' fought. Find, found, found. Flee, fled, . fled. Fling, flung, flung.. Fly, ' flew, flown. Forget, forgot, forgotten, forgot. F orsake, forsook, forsaken. Freeze, froze, frozen. Ger, got, got. Gild, gilt, gilt. Gird, girt, girl. Give, gave, glflilh same, by prefixing the sign. had. 38. The first future indicative is formed from the present indicative, by prefixing the sign shall or will. 39. The second future indicative is formed from the imperfect participle, by prefixing the compound sign shall-have, or will-have; as "l shall-have written." Present. Imperfect. Imperfect Participles Go, went, gone. Grave, graved, graven.. Grind, ground, ground. Grow, grew, grown. Have, had, had. Hang, hung, hung. Hear, heard, heard. Hvw, hewed, liewn. Hide, hid, hidden, hid. Hit, hit, hit. Hold, held, held. Hurt, hurt, -hurt. Keep, kept, kept. Knit, knit, 'knit. Lnde, laded, laden. Lay, laid, laid. 'Lead, led, led. Leave, left, left. Lend, lent, _ lent. Let, let, let. _ Lie, lay, lain. Load, loaded, laden. Lose, lost, lost. Light, lit, lit. Make, made, made. Meet. met, met. Mow, mowed, mown. Pay, paid, ' paid. Put: Puha Put 74 ITYMOLOGY. '40. The...show more

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