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Auxiliaries of the Perfect and Pluperfect
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adverb after-past Austen auxiliary auxiliary verbs back-shifted become before-future Bennett Benson better Bronte Bunyan Caine Carlyle combination coming conditional clause Cowper dare dead Defoe Rox denote Doyle examples expanded forms expanded tenses expressions following quotations frequent future Galsw Gissing Goldsm gone Grammar Hardy hath haue Hope implied indicated indirect speech Kaye Smith Kinglake Kingsley H Kipl lady language lived look Mackenzie main sentence Marlowe married Mary Shelley Maxwell meaning Modern English never Otto Jespersen Painted Veil passive past perfect infinitive periphrastic pluperfect predicative preposition present tense preterit question refers relative clause Rose Macaulay Scott second participle second person seems seen Sh Ado Sh H4A Sh Hml Shaw Shelley speaking Spect Stevenson subjunctive Swift tell Thack thee thing third person thou thought to-morrow volition Walpole Wilde wish wolde