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I had been led. 5. He will be

hurt. 6. Thou mayest be over

come. 7. They might be taken. 8. He may have been allured. 9. We might have been joined. 10. They will have been directed. 11. Be thou placed. 12. To be despised. 13. To have been turned. 14. Forsaken.

Lædo. 6. Vinco. 7. Capio. 8. Allicio. 9. Jungo. 10. Dirigo. II. Pono. 12. Contemno. • 13 Flecto. 14. Relinquo.

FOURTH CONJUGATION.

1. Thou strikest. 2. I was drawing out. 3. He has raged. 4. Ye had fortified. 5. They will bind. 6. He can clothe. *7. They might ratify. 8. We may have known. 9. Ye might have softened. 10. They will have slept. 11. Hinder thou. 12. To have served. 18. Clothing.

1. He is instructed. 2. Thou wast nourished. 3. He has been punished. 4. I had been ensnared. 5. We will be clothed. 6. Thou mayest be upheld. 7. He may have been bound. 8. They might have been guarded. 9. They will have been fortified. 10. Be ye served. 11. To have been clothed. 12. To be polished.

MisCELLANEOUS EXAMPLES IN

1. They have prepared. 2. Ihave given. 3. He has been sent. 4. They will teach. 5.Theyare fortified. 6. Allaying. 7.Hehaswinked. 8.Weshallfly. 9.Tohave sneezed. 10. Ye may take. 11. They might fall. 12. Thou wast striking. 13. He had been conquered. 14. We may be said. 15. You have favoured. 16. To sharpen.

* ALI, THE CONJUGATIONS.

1. Ferio. 2. Haurio. 3. Sævio. 4. Munio. 5. Vincio. 6. Amicio. 7. Sancio. 8. Scio. 9. Mollio., 10. Dormio.

1 1. Impedio. 12. Servio. 13. Vestio. • .

1. Erudio. 2. Nutrio. 3. Punio. 4. Irretio. 5. Amicio. 6. Fulcio. 7. Vincio. 8. Custodio. 9. Munio. 10. Servio.

11. Vestio. 12. Polio.

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1 About to seize. 2. I have 'washed. 8. We had helped. 4. He may have forbidden. 5. We shall have cut. 6. To be about to have. 7. We had killed. 8. They will blame. 9. About to assist. 10. To languish. 11. Thinking. 12. Thou hast thrown. 13. We had remained. 14. He will remain. 15. Thou stirrest up. 16. They had laughed. 17. We mourn. 18. He will indulge. 19. To have destroyed. 1. Watch thou. 2. He will have sought. 3. He has plucked. 4. Let them keep. 5. They had bound., 6. We might clothe. 7. They might have perceived. 8. Be ye admonished. 9. Thou wilt hope. 10. He laments. 11. They were fighting. 12. They were mamed. 13. To pacify. 14. To be hindered. 15. To have lived. 16. To have been slaim. 17. He has fallen. 18. He has cut. 19. We had broken. 20. Ye will paint. 1. He has risen. 2. They will rule. 3. Ye might have joined. 4. To cover. 5. About to beat. 6. I have learned. 7. They will divide. 8. They will be injured. 9. He was going. 10. About to know. 11. We show. 12. He has roused. 13. We advise. 14. They have grown up. 15. They will See. They will take. 18. They will nourish. 19. I might taste. 20. I might order. 21. I might close. 22. I might come. 23. Tobark. 24. To terrify. 25. To play. 26. To draw out.

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DEPONENT, IRREGULAR AND oTHER vERBs.

1. Thou flatterest. 2. They have denied. 3. They will beseech. 4. They may encourage. 5. They may have been in danger. 6. We may boast. 7. To promise. 8. He has returned. 9. He had defended. 10. Ruling. 11. About to assist. 12. They may embrace. 13. He was dividing. 14. We had attempted. 15. They flatter. 16. We*might have laid waste. 17. We shall feast. 18. To accuse. 19. To deserve. 20. To return. 21. To draw lots.

1. About to die. 2. We had revenged. 3. They will think. 4. I have pitied. 5. We shall have suffered. 6. Complaining. 7. He has confessed. 8. He has acknowledged. 9. Ye will follow. 10. Thry may forget. 11. They might use. 12. To try. 13. Ye maybe angry. I4. We mignt feed. 15. He had gotten. 16. Rising. 17. We have endeavoured. 18. To begin. 19. Having waited. 20. Having gone. 21. Having enjoyed. 22. Having measured. 23. Let them foilow. 24. Let him use. 25. He may pity. 26. Ye may remember. 27. Tobe spoken. 28. To melt. 29. About to devise.

1. He might do good. 2. Thou mayest be able. 3. I was going. 4. He can. 5. They cannot. 6. They will be willing. 7. Ye are unwilling. 8. Ye may be more willing. 9. They might bring. 10. We become. 11. Thou art brought. 12. To have been more

1. Adülor'. 2. Inficior. 3. Obtestor'. 4. Hortor'. 5. Periclitor'. 6. Glorior'.

7. Polliceor*. 8. Revertor°. 9. Tueor*. 10. Dominor'. 1 1. Auxilior'. 12. Complector*. 13. Partior*. 14. Molior*. 15. Blan16. Popülor'. 17. Epülor'. 18. Criminor'. 19. Mereor*. 20. Revertor*. 21. Sortior*.

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1. Morior***. 2. Ulciscor*. 3. Reor*. 4. Misereor*. 5. Patior*. 6. Queror*. 7. Fateor*. 8. Confiteor*. 9. Sequor*. 10. Obliviscor°. 11. Utor”. 12. Experior*. 18. Irascor*. 14. Vescor*. 15. Nanciscor*. . 16. Orior***. 17. Nitor*. 18. Ordior*. 19. Opperior*. 20. Gradior*. 21. Fruor*. 22. Metior'. 23. Sequor*. 24.

Utor*. 25. Misereor*. 26. Reminiscor*. 27. Loquor*. 28. Liquor'. 29. Comminiscor*.

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1. Prosum. 2. Possum. 3. Eo. 4. Queo. 5. Nequeo. 6. Volo. 7. Nolo. 8. Malo. 9. Fero. 10. Fio. 11. Fero. 12. Malo. 13. Nolo. 14. Fero. 15. Eo. 16. Fero. 17. Eo. 18. Prosum. 19. Volo. 20.

willing. 13. Beye unwilling. 14. Thou mayest have brought. 15. They may go. 16. About to bring. 17. About togo. 18. Imight have done good. 19. Ye are willing 20. To be brought. 21 To be made. 22. To have been unwilling. 23. Thou wiltgo. 24. They had gone to. 25. Thou hast been sold. 26. I have been able. 27. Bring thou. 28. Made. 29. Ihave rejoiced. 30. We had used. 31. Thou hast trusted. '82. We may have dared. 1. They say. 2. He says. 3. He should be. 4. I pray. 5. Saying. 6. They will do it. 7. They said. 8. Ye may say. 9. He was hating. 10. Thou rememberest. 11. He had hated. 12. Thou hast remembered. 13. About to begin. 14. Thou hast sa*d. 15. Say thou. 16. About to I.ute. 17. Let him say. 18. They will have begun. 19. They have remembered. 20. He dares. 1. It had happened. 2. It may be fought. 3. It had pleased. 4.

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The house burns. The lion springs. The shadow flies. The altars smoke. Does the sun shine? Fire burns. The night descends.

Love conquers. Turnus exults. Do the dogs bark ? The boys remain. The cows are towing.

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