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Present. Preter.

Parti.
Dig digged, dug dug
Do did

done Draw drew

drawn Dream dreamed dreamed

dreamt dreamt Drink drank

drunk Drive drove

driven Eat ate

eaten Feed fed

fed Feel felt

felt Find found

found Fling flung

tlung Forsake forsook forsaken Freight freighted fraught Freeze froze

frozen Get got, gat gotten Geld

gelded Gild

gilt Gird

girded, girt girded, girt Give gave

given Grave graved

graved, graven Grind

ground ground Hang hanged, hung hanged llave had

kad Heave heaved, hove heaved, hoven Ilelp helped helped, holpen llew hewed

hewn Hide hid

hi en Ilold held

holden, held Keep kept

kept Know knew

known Lade Jaded

laden Lav laid

laid

gelt gilt

Present. Lead Leap Leare Lend Load Lose Make Meet Mov Pay Rend Ride Ring Rive Rot Run Say Saw See Seek Seeth Sell Send Shake Shave Shear Shew Shoe Shoot Shrire Sing Sink'

Preter. lead leaped, leapt left lent loaded lost made met mowed paid rent rid, rode rang rived rotted гап said sawed saw sought sod sold sent shook shaved shore shewed shod shot shrove sang sank

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Parti. led leaped, leapt left lent loaded, loaden lost made met mowed, mown paid rent ridden rung riven rotten run said

sawn

seen
sought
sodden
sold
sent
shaken
shaved, shaven
shorn
shewn
shod
shot
shriven
sung
sunk

Preter. sate slew slung, slang smote sowed spoke

sped spelt spent

Present. Sit Slay Sling Smite Sow Speak Speed Spell Spend Spill Spin Spring Sting Steal Stick Stride Strike String Sweep Swear Sweat Swell Swim Take Teach Tear Tell Throw Think Tread

spilled, spilt spun, span sprang stung, stang stole stuck strode struck strang swept Swore sweated swelled Swum, swam took taught tore told threw thought trod ware Wove

Parti. sat, sitten slain slung smitten SOwn spoken sped spelt spent spilled, spilt spun sprung stung stolen stuck stridden struck strung swept Sworn sweated swoln siyum taken taught torn told thrown thought trodden warn

Wear Weave

Woven

Win

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Present. Preter.
Wind wound
Work wrought
Wring

wrung Write wrote

Parti. wound wrought wrung written

arose

came

come

crew

103. The following are intransitive verbs, and have, properly speaking, no passive participle. Present. Preter,

Parti. Form.
Abide abode
Arise

arisen
Awake awaked, awoke awaked
Clcave cleaved, clave cleared -
Cling clang, clung clung
Come
Creep creeped, crept crept
Crow

croved Deal dealt

dealt Dare durst Die died

dead Dwell dwelt

dwelt Fall fell

fallen Feed fed

fed Flee fled

fied Fly flew

flown Go went

gone Grow grew

grown hung

hung Leap leaped, leapt leaped, leapt Lie

lay Rise

risen Rot rotten

rotter

lang

rose

Run ran

rur Shine shone

shined Sink sank

sunk Sleep slept

slept Slide slid

slidden Shrink shrank shrunk Slink slank

slunk Speed sped

sped Spit spat

spitten Stand stood

stood Stick stuck

stuck Stink stank

stunk Swing swang swung Thrive throre thriven Weep wept

wept Note. There are a few compound irregular verbs, such as befal, bespeak, &c. which, as they follow the simple form, it was not thought necessary to insert in this catalogue.

101. There are a few verbs ending in t, and d, which are the same in the present and preter tenses, and passive participle: as, burst, cast, cost, cut, hit, hurt, knit, let, put, read, rid, set, shed, shred, shut, slit, split, spread, thrust.

OF AN ADVERB. * 105. An adverb is a part of speech, joined to a verb, an adjective, a participle, and sometimes to another adverb, to express the quality, or circumstance of it; as, he reads well; a

* From ad, to, and verbum, a verb.

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