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CONDITIONAL OR SUBJUNCTIVE MOOD.
Plural, 1. If I be, or if I am. 1. If we be, or if we are. 2. If thou be, or if thou art. 2. If you be, or if 3. If he be, or if he is. 3. If they be, or if they are.
Insert in the following spaces Verbs belonging to the INDICATIVE Mood of the Verb To Be.
Dr. B. may call, but I not quite sure.
James ten years old this day. He a good boy. You kind to him, for which I thank you. Why they so long here? We. very fond of oysters. Thugs Indian robbers. Grapes refreshing. I anxious for a holiday. Thou the hearer and answerer of prayer.
Gold precious. You not so happy now as you once were.
Thereseven days in the week.
most impatient for the post. He old man when he died. My nephew in town this
Papa very fond of him. How you pleased with the singing last night? I highly gratified. All the friends I appreciate on the Continent; and I
sorry to leave them. They delighted with the scenery on the Rhine. I
happy yesterday when I heard of Helen's recovery. The crisis is past, but we
afraid for many days that her life at stake.
John has arrived from India, and
here toHow delightful it — to hear all the If you are careless I
displeased with you. I
grieved if you compel me to punish you. I have no doubt you
successful in life, John. You not forgetful of Him who says - The seed of the righteous
blessed." I hope the war with Russia
avoided. Brother Jonathan
ready to help us if that is requisite.
Insert Verbs in the following spaces from the Perfect, Past Perfect, and Future Perfect of the INDICATIVE Mood of the Verb To Be.
long in answering my letter. He
so busy that he could not attend to my desire ; but he has promised to send me a likeness which long looked for. It
finished these six weeks. Storms
very frequent this sumGold
plentiful in California and Australia. Thou
gracious to us, O God. The weather appears
very changeable these two months. Many people complaining of late. Fever, however, not prevalent here.
If it not for her good, it would not have been permitted. The children
asking for me when I was absent. "If Thou
here, my brother might have been alive.” All the magistrates
in attendance when her Majesty was expected. Job says: 66 It
better for me if I never born.” It would be well with us if we could be now what we will wish we
when we come to die.
When my fortieth year is completed I
here twenty years. When this generation arrives at maturity we old folks
where all is forgotten. If we make ourselves useful to the rising generation we
serviceable in ur day.
To what Tense and Mood do the following Verbs belong?
Am, is, art, wast, I was, they were, we are, thou art, thou hast been, has been, we were, wert, you have been, she has been.
I shall be, thou shalt be, we will be, wilt be, be, they shall be, it will be, thou wilt be, wilt have been, we have been, they will have been, we shall have been, had been, thou hadst been.
I can be, thou mayst be, canst be, she may be, you may be, he must be, they should be, it could be, wouldst be, thou couldst be, he may have been, must have been, wast, thou wast, we may be.
We may have been, mayst have been, can have been, I might have been, thou couldst have been, if I be, if thou wert, if we were, be thou, we are, we were, we should have been.
Be thou, be, to be, being, having been, to have been, been, be ye, if I am, if you be, if you are, if we are.
Insert verbs from the Imperative and Infinitive mood :Do cautious. Would you like
a good child, and God will love you. obedient to your parents, and patient to your younger brothers and sisters.
PASSIVE FORM OF A VERB.
know the verb to be,
You'll conjugate this verb all through,
The passive's followed oft with by,