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PLURAL. 1. I might have seen 1. We might have seen 2. Thou mightest have scen 2. Ye might have seen 3. He might have seen 3. They might have seen
To have seen.
PLURAL. 1. I went or did go
1. We went or did go 2. Thou wentest or didst go 2. Ye went or did go 3. He went or did go 3. They went or did go
PLURAL. SING. 1. I have gone
1. We have gone 2. Thou hast gone
2. Ye have gone
PLURAL, 1. I had gone
1. We had gone 2. Thou hadst gone
2. Ye had gone 2. He had gone
3. They had gone
PLURAL 1. I might have gone
1. We might have gone 2. Thou mightest have gone 2. Ye might have gone 3. He might have gone 3. They might bave gone
To have gone.
The participial form of this verb is often joined to the neuter verb, when it refers to the mere circumstance or event of going; as, is just gone: he has been gone some time.” The same thing may be observed of the verb, to come.
PLURAL, 1. I shone or did shine ). We shone or did shine 2. Thou didst shine 2. Ye shone or did shine. 3. He shoue or did shine 3. Tbey shone or did shine
PLURAL. 1. I have shined
1. We have shined 2. Thou hast shined 2. Ye have shined 3. He hath or has shined . 3. They have shined
1. We let 2. Thou lettest
2. Ye let 3. He letteth or lets 3. They let
PLURAL. 1. I did let
1. We did let 2. Thou didst let
2. Ye did let 3. He did let
3. They did let
Fut. To let To have let About to let This shews that let is not a sign of the im. perative mode, but a real verb, occasionally used in all modes and tenses, joined to some other verb in the infinitive mode, either expressed or understood : as, you will let me do it, I might have let him go."
Let, signifying to let down, &c. may have a passive participle: as, “I was let down in a basket.”
SING, 1. I dare 2. Thou darest 3. He dareth or dares