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Dare you do it? The verb OUGHT is only used in the in. dicative.
PRESENT AND FUTURE TENSES.
SING. 1. I ought 2. Thou oughtest 3. He ought
PLURAL. 1. I ought to have 1. We ought to have 2. Thou oughtest to have 2. Ye ought to have 3. He ought to have 3. They ought to have
These two last defective verbs are used only as above, and always joined to another verb expressed or understood in the infinitive mode: as, “ I durst have done it. I dare say. Some would even dare to die. I ought to love you. I ought to have gone thither."
DARE (to provoke) is regular.
WOT (to know) and QUOTII (to say) are very defective.
Quoth he These two last verbs are seldom used by late writers.
GEN. xlv. 1, &c.
THEN Joseph could
not refrain himself before all them that stood by him and he cried cause every man to
go out from me
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
and there stood no i man with him while Joseph made himself known unto his brethren
And he wept aloud and the Egyptians' and the house of Pharaoh heard
a conjunction a substantive
not answer him for they were troubled at his presence
And Joseph said unto