The heart's-ease, or, Grammar in verse, by a lady teacher [J. Connell.].

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Page 129 - Jesus answered and said unto him, If a man love me, he will keep my words: and my Father will love him, and we will come unto him, and make our abode with him.
Page 102 - ... teach tear tell think thrive throw thrust tread wake wear weave...
Page 85 - TENSE. 1. If we be, 2. If you be, 3. If they be. PAST TENSE.
Page xiv - I love these little people ; and it is not a slight thing when they, who are so fresh from God, love us.
Page 90 - Thou art loved. 2. You are loved. 3. He is loved. 3. They are loved. Past Tense. Singular. . Plural. 1. I was loved. 1. We were loved. 2. Thou wast loved.
Page 83 - I shall or will have been. 1. We shall or will have been. 2. Thou shalt or wilt have been. 2, You shall or will have been.
Page 83 - PERFECT TENSE. 1. I have been. 2. Thou hast been. 3. He has been. 1. We have been. 2. You have been.
Page 79 - Singular. Plural. 1. I might have loved, 1. We might have loved, 2 Thou mightst have loved, 2. You might have loved, 3. He might have loved ; 3. They might have loved. SUBJUNCTIVE MODE. Present Tense. -* 1. If I love, 1.
Page 75 - PERFECT TENSE. Singular. 1. I have loved, 2. Thou hast loved, 3. He has loved; 1.
Page 79 - TENSE (435). 1. If I love. 1. If we love. 2. If thou love. 2. If you love. 3. If he love. 3. If they love. Imperative Mood. Singular. Plural.

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