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I have written thro' another Channel . but he has published some
smaller works, Lowit A specimen of an edition of Homer, a Hierocles,
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with every wish for a pleasant voyage, health, and a
happy meeting with your friends I salute you with great esteem
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CONJUGATION OF THE
AUXILIARY VERB, AVOIR, TO HAVE.

INFINITIVE MOOD.
PRESENT.

PAST.
To have, Avoir.

| To have had, Avoir eu.

PARTICIPLES.

PAST.

PRESENT Having, Ayant.

| Had, eu.

INDICATIVE MOOD.

PRESENT.
SINGULAR.

PLURAL.
I have, j'ai.

We have, nous avons.
Thou hast, tu as.

You or ye have, vous avez.
He or she has, il ou elle a. They have, ils ou elles ont.
One, any body, &c. has, on a. We, people, they, &c. have, on a.

PRESENT ANTERIOR, OR IMPERFECT.
I had, j'avais.

We had, nous avions.
Thou hadst, tu avais.

You or ye had, vous aviez.
He or one had, il ou on avait. They had, ils ou elles avaient.

PRESENT ANTERIOR PERIODICAL, OR PRETERITE.
I had, j'eus.

We had, nous eúmes.
Thou hadst, tu eus.

You or ye bad, vous eütes.
He or one had, il ou on eut. They had, ils ou elles eurent.

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Thou shalt
He or one shall

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J'aurai
Tu auras
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We are going
You are going

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avoir.

* The verbs venir, devoir, aller, have other tenses, used as auxiliaries, which, thongh useful to be learned, can'at first be dispensed with. They will be found at the end of our conjugations, where they are placed to avoid increasing, at present, the number of tenses.

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