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TO DARE.

(Signifying to venture.)
Present.

Preter.
Dare

Durst

INDICATIVE MODE.

Present Tense.

Sing. I dare, thou darest, he dareth or dares.

Ply. We dare, ye dare; they dare.

Imperfeit Tenfe. Sing. I durft, thou durft, he durft. Plu. We durst, ye durst, they durst or did dare.

Perfect and pluperfect Tenses. Sing. I durst have, thou durft have, he durft have. Ply. We durft have, ye durft have, they durft have.

Future

Future Tenfe.

Sing. I will dare, thou wilt dare, he will dare. Plu. We will dare, ye will dare, they will dare.

Imperatively.
Dare do it.

Interrogatively.

you do it!

Dare · The Verb OUGHT is only used in the Indicative.

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Present and Future T'enses. Sing. I ought, thou oughtest, he ought. Plu. We ought, ye ought, they ought.

Preter Tense. Sing. I ought to have, thou oughteft to have, ye ought to have. Plu. We ought to have,

ye pught to have, they ought to have

These

are

1814

These two laft defective Verbs are used only as above, and always joined to another Verb expressed or understood in the infinitive Mode : as, “I durft have done it. I dare say, Some would even dare to die. I ought to love you. I ought to have gone thi. ther."

DARE (to provoke) is regular.

WOT (to know) and QUOTH (to say) are very defective.

INDICATIVE MODE.

Present Tense. I wot

He wotteth They wot

Wot ye?

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These two last Verbs are seldom used by late Writers.

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AN

EASY PRAXIS

ON

GEN. xlv. 1, &c.

Verse 1.

'HEN

Joseph could

not
refrain
himself
before
all
them
that
stood
by
him
and
he
cried
cause

an Adverb
a Substantive
a Sign of the Por

tential Mode
an Adverb
a Verb
a Pronoun
a Preposition
an Adjective
a Pronoun
a Pronoun

Verb
a Preposition
a

Pronoun
ia Conjunction
a Pronoun
a Verb
..a Verb
K

every

a

every
man
to

out
from
me
and
there
stood
no
man
with
him
while
Joseph
made
himself
known
unto
his
brethren

an Adjective
a Substantive

Sign of the Inft.

nitive Mode
a Verb
an Adverb
a Preposition
a Pronoun
a Conjunction
an Adverb
a Verb
an Adjective
a Substantive
a Preposition
a Pronoun
an Adverb
a Substantive
a Verb
a Pronoun
a Participle
a Preposition
a Pronoun
a Substantive

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