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103. The following are intransitive Verbs, and have, properly speaking; no pasive Participle. Present. Preter. Parti. Form. Abide abode Arise arose

arisen Awake awaked awoke awaked Cleave cleaved,clave cleaved Cling clang, clung clung Come came

come Creep

creeped crept crept Crow 1 crew

crowed Deal dealt

dealt Dare durft Die died

dead Dwell dwelt

dwelt Fall fell

fallen Feed fed

fed Flee fied

fled Fly flew

flown Go went

gone Grow grew

grown hung

hung leaped, leapt leaped, leapt Lie Jay Rise rose

risen Rot rotted rotten

Run

Hang Leap

ran

Present. Preter.

Parti. Form. Run

run Shine fhone

fined Sink fank

funk Shrink shrank Ihrunk Sleep lept Slept Slide flid

Nidden Slink slank funk Speed fped fped Spit spat spitten Stand stood stood Stick stuck stuck Stink ftank Irunk Swing swang fwung Thrive throve thriven Weep wept

wept Note. There are a few compound irregu. lar Verbs, such as befal, bespeak, &c. which as they follow the limple Form, it was not thought necesary to infert in this Catalogue.

104. There are a few Verbs ending in t, and d, which are the same in the present and preter Tenses, and paflive Participle : as, burst, cast, coft, cut, hit, hurt, knit, let, put, read, rid, fet, shed, thred, ihut, slit, split, spread, thrust. G3

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105. N Adverb is a part of Speech

joined to a Verb, an Adjective, a Participle, and sometimes to another Adverb, to express the Quality or Circunftance of it: as, He 'reads well; a truly good man ; he is secretly plotting; he writes very correctly.

106. Some Adverbs admit of Comparison: as often, oftener, oftenest; joon, Jooner, Joonest : And many of them are compared by other Adverbs, much, more, moft, &c.

Note. Adverbs have Relation to Time; as, now, then, lately, &c. to Place; as, bere, there, &c. to Number; as, once, twice, &c.

* From ad, to, and Verbum, a Verb.

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107. Conjunétion is a Part of

Speech that joins Words or Sentences together: as, albeit, although," altho', and, because, but, either, elle, however, if, namely, neither, nor, or, though,tho', therefore,thereupon, unless, whereas, whereupon, whether, yet.

The foregoing are always Conjunctions : but these tix following are sometimes Adverbs ; also,as, otherwise, fince, likewise, then. Except, and save, are Sometimes Verbs; for, Sometimes a Preposition; and that, sometimes a Pronoun.

Of a PREPOSITION+.

108. Preposition is a word set be

fore Nouns, or Pronouns, to express the Relations of Persons, Places,

From con, with, and jungo, to join.
+ From pra, before, and pono, to place.

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or Things to each other : as, He came to, and Itood before the City,

Prepositions used in this Sense are such as follow : About, above, after, against, among, amongst, at, before, behind, below, beneath, between, beyond, by, for, from, in, into, of, off, on, upon, over, through, to, unto, towards, under, with, within, without

Of an INTERJECTION*, 109. A hatrexpreffes any sudden

N Interjection is a Word Motion of the Mind, transported with the Sensation of Pleasure or Pain : as, O! Oh! Alas! Lo !

From inter, between, and jacio, to throw,

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