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William Griffith, 1847 - 264 sider

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Side 131 - He that being often reproved hardeneth his neck, shall suddenly be destroyed, and that without remedy.
Side 82 - I had been. thou hadst been. he had been. we had been. you had been. they had been. PAST ANTERIOR. C...
Side 160 - When the omission of words would obscure the sentence, weaken its force, or be attended with an impropriety, they must be expressed. In the sentence, " We are apt to love who love us," the word them should be supplied.
Side 84 - I shall have been, thou wilt have been, he will have been ; we shall have been, you will have been, they will have been.
Side 93 - I shall have loved, thou wilt have loved, he will have loved ; we shall have loved, you will have loved, they will have loved.
Side 104 - They will have loved I shall have been loved Thou wilt have been loved He will have been loved Plural We shall have been loved You will have been loved They will have been loved Subjunctive Mood PRESENT TENSE 1.
Side 102 - I had been loved, thou hadst been loved, he had been loved ; we had been loved, you had been loved, they had been loved. Future...
Side 26 - This refers to the nearest person or thing, and that to the most distant : as, "• This man is more intelligent than that" This indicates the latter or last mentioned. ; that, the former or first mentioned : as, " Both wealth and poverty are temptations ; that, tends to excite pride, this, discontent.
Side 93 - She will have loved. We shall have loved. You will have loved. They will have loved. I shall have come. Thou wilt have come. He will have come. She will have come.
Side 84 - I may be. thou mayst be. he may be. we may be. you may be. they may be.

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