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Pluperfect.
Singular.

Plural.
I could have been

We could have been. Thou couldest have been

You could have been. He could have been

They could have been. Other auxiliaries, should, would, might.

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Combination for Imperfect Tense.
Singular.

Plural.
I was having

We were having.
Thou wast having

You were having.
He was having

They were having.

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Emphatic Past Time, or Perfect. Singular.

Plural. I have had

We have had. Thou hast had

You have had. He has had

They have had. Emphatic Past Action. Singular.

Plural. I did have

We did have. Thou didst have

You did have.
He did have

They did have.
Completed Action, or Pluperfect.
Singular.

Plural.
I had had

We had had. Thou hadst had

You had had.
He had had

They had had.
Future Tense.
Singular.

Plural.
I shall have

We shall have. Thou wilt have

You will have.
He will have

They will have.
CONJUNCTIVE MOOD.

Present Tense,
Singular.

Plural. I have

We have. Thou have

You have.
He have

They have.
Dependent Present.
Singular.

Plural.
I may have

We may have. Thou mayest have

You may have. He may have

They may have. Imperfect Tense. Singular.

Plural. I were having

We were having. Thou wert having

You were having. He were having

They were having.

Past Tenses,

Perfect.
Singular.

Plural.
I could have

We could have.
Thou couldest have

You could have.
He could have

They could have.
Other auxiliaries, should, would, might.

Pluperfect.
Singular.

Plural.
I could have had

We could have had.
Thou couldest have had You could have had.
He could have had

They could have had.
Auxiliaries as above.

IMPERATIVE Mood.
Singular.

Plural.
Have

Have.
VERBAL SUBSTANTIVE, OR INFINITIVE MOOD.

To have.
Verbal Adjectives, or Participles.
Present.

Past.
Having

Having had. The Past Participle had is never used out of combination with a Transitive sense.

TABLE OF A REGULAR VERB.

ACTIVE VOICE.

INDICATIVE MOOD, OR FACT-MOOD.

Present Tenses.

General Notion *.
Singular.

Plural.
I love

We love.
Thou lovest

You love.
He loves

They love. * The Present Tense in English of the General Notion is, strictly speaking, not a Present, but an Aorist or undefined time-word. Thus, 'one man sows, another reaps. Hence, in Latin and Greek translation, this so-called Present is often the right translation for the Latin and Greek Aorist, which is called a Past Tense,

Emphatic Time.
Singular.
I am loving
Thou art loving
He is loving

Plural.
We are loving.
You are loving.
They are loving

Emphatic Action.
Singular.

Plural.
I do love

We do love.
Thou dost love

You do love.
He does love

They do love.

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Emphatic Time, or Perfect.
Singular.

Plural.
I have loved

We have loved.
Thou hast loved

You have loved.
He has loved

They have loved.

Emphatic Action.
Singular.

Plural.
I did love

We did love.
Thou didst love

You did love.
He did love

They did love.

* Was is never Imperfect unless joined with a Present Participle. In every other case was is a Perfect.

Completed Action, or Pluperfect.
Singular.

Plural.
* I had loved

We had loved.
Thou hadst loved

You had loved.
He had loved

They had loved.

Future Tense.

Singular.
I shall love
Thou wilt love
He will love

Plural.
We shall love.
You will love.
They will love.

We may

CONJUNCTIVE Mood.

Present Tense.
Singular.

Plural.
I love

We love.
Thou love

You love.
He love

They love.
Dependent Present.
Singular.

Plural.
I may love

love.
Thou mayest love

You may love.
He
may
love

They may love.
Imperfect Tense.
Singular.

Plural.
+ I were loving

We were loving.
Thou wert loving

You were loving.
He were loving

They were loving.
Past Tenses.

Perfect.
Singular.

Plural.
I could love

We could love.
Thou couldest love

You could love.
He could love

They could love. .
Other auxiliaries, should, would, might.

* Had is never Pluperfect un joined with a Past Participle. In every other case had is a Perfect.

t Were is never Imperfect unless joined with a Present Participle. In every other case were is a Perfect.

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