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" The Principal Parts of a verb are the present tense, the past tense, the present participle, and the perfect participle. These are called the PRINCIPAL PARTS, because by means of them and the auxiliary verbs all the other parts of the verb can be formed. "
First Lessons in English Grammar - Page 30
by Simon Kerl - 1874 - 168 pages
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A Grammar of the English Language: For the Use of Schools

William Harvey Wells - English language - 1847 - 214 pages
...combination and arrangement of its several modes, tenses, numbers, and persons. PRINCIPAL PARTS. The three principal parts of a verb are the present tense, the past tense, and the perfect participle. These are called the principal or radical parts, because all the other...
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Practical Grammar: A Grammar of the English Language, on an Improved Plan ...

Caleb Farnum (Jr.) - English language - 1848 - 124 pages
...There are four Principal Parteinthe conjugation of a verb, from which all the rest are formed ; namely, the Present Tense, the Past Tense, the Present Participle, and the Perfect Participle. In regular verbs, the past tense and perfect participle are formed from the present tense, by adding...
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English grammar. [With] Exercises on English grammar

William Jordan Unwin - 1862
...addressed (second person), or the person spoken of (third person) : I rule, Thou rulest, He rules. 79. The principal parts of a Verb are the Present Tense, the Past Tense, and the Perfect Participle. The conjugation of a verb is a regular arrangement of its moods, tenses,...
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A Common-school Grammar of the English Language

Simon Kerl - English language - 1866 - 350 pages
...participle. Ex. — Sweep, swept, swept; cling, clung, clung; cut, cut, cut. 367. The Principal Farts of a verb are the present tense, the past tense, the...verbs all the other parts of the verb can be formed. 368. The Present Tense is the simplest form of the verb; as, go. 369. The Fast Tense is the simplest...
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A Common-school Grammar of the English Language

Simon Kerl - English language - 1866 - 350 pages
...cling, clung, clung ; cut, cut, cut. 367. The Principal Parts of a verb are the present tense, the^asi tense, the present participle, and the perfect participle....are called the PRINCIPAL PARTS, because by means of tht'm and the auxiliary verbs all the other parts of the verb can be formed. 368. The Present Tense...
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The progressive English grammar. [With] Key

Walter Scott Dalgleish - 1866
...are wanting in certain forms, they are also called Defective; as, may, might (no participle). 170. The Principal Parts of a verb are, The Present Tense, The Past Tense, and the Complete or Passive Participle. 1. The Weak Conjugation. 171. Verbs of the Weak Conjugation...
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Outlines of English grammar and analysis. [With] Key

Walter Scott Dalgleish - 1867
...If they are wanting in certain forms, they are also Defective ; as, may, might (no participle). 120. The Principal Parts of a verb are, The Present Tense, The Past Tense, and the Complete or Passive Participle. 1. The Weak Conjugation. 121. Verbs of the Weak Conjugation...
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A Common-school Grammar of the English Language

Simon Kerl - English language - 1870 - 354 pages
...cling, clung, clung ; cut, cut, cut. 387. The Principal Parts of a verb are the present tense, t\\e past tense, the present participle, and the perfect...verbs all the other parts of the verb can be formed. 368. The Present Tense is the simplest form of the verb; as, go. 369. The Past Tense is the simplest...
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A Parser and Analyzer for Beginners, with Diagrams and Suggestive Pictures

1870
...which is used like an ADJECTIVE. The scholar may tell the past participle by putting have before it. The principal parts of a verb are the present tense, the past tense, and the jpst participle. The pa; The paf or -n to often like Present. love, aid, eat, lid, drive, take,...
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A Common-school Grammar of the English Language

Simon Kerl - English language - 1872 - 354 pages
...and its perfect participle. Ex. — Sweep, swept, stcept; cling, clung, clung; cut, cut, cut. 367, The Principal Parts of a verb are the present tense,...verbs all the other parts of the verb can be formed. 368, The Present Tense is the simplest form of the verb ; as, go. 369, The Past Tense is the simplest...
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