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accept adjective admire Adverbs beautiful brother brought called child commas common conjunction Correct coupled dear divided EXAMPLES EXERCISE Fanny feet Feminine flowers following spaces foot FORM four friends FUTURE gender give grammar happy Harry hear hope hour INDICATIVE MOOD Insert James Jane Jessie John kind leave letter light look mamma mark Mary means metre Miss MOOD Neuter never nominative nouns objective once Papa PAST PERFECT PAST TENSE PERFECT PERFECT TENSE Person Plural poor possessive preposition PRESENT TENSE pronouns proper PROSE require rest rhyme RULE seen sentence sing Singular soon stand sure syllables teach tell thing Thou told town transitive understand verb verse walk write
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 xiv - I love these little people ; and it is not a slight thing when they, who are so fresh from God, love us.
Page 83 - Tense. 1 1 shall or will have been. 2 Thou shalt or wilt have been. 3 He shall or will have been. 1 We shall or will have been. 2 You shall or will have been. 3 They shall or will have been IMPERATIVE MOOD.
Page 76 - TENSE. 1. I had loved, 2. Thou hadst loved, 3. He had loved; 1.
Page 83 - PLUBAL. 1. We shall or will be, 2. You shall or will be, 3. They shall or will be.
Page 83 - Singular. 1. I shall or will be. 2. Thou shalt or wilt be. 3. He shall or will be. Plural. 1 . We shall or will be.
Page 90 - He has been loved. PAST TENSE. Singular. 1. I was loved, 2. Thou wast loved, 3. He was loved.
Page 78 - TENSE. 1. (I) may, can, or must have (We) may, can, or must have loved. loved. 2. (You) may, can, or must have (You or Ye) may, can, or must loved, or (Thou) mayst, have loved, canst, or must have loved.