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CONJUGATION OF THE
AUXILIARY VERB, AVOIR, TO HAVE.

INFINITIVE MOOD.

PRESENT. To have, Avoir.

PAST.
| To have had, Avoir eu.

PARTICIPLES.

PAST.

PRESENT. Having, Ayant.

| Had, eu. INDICATIVE MOOD.

PRESENT,

SINGULAR.
I have, j'ai.
Thou hast, tu as.
He or she has, il ou elle a.
One, any body, &c. has, on a.

PLURAL.
We have, nous avons.
You or ye have, vous avez.
They have, ils ou elles ont.
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 haçi, ils ou elles avaient.

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

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

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

PRESENT POSTERIOR, OR FUTURE.

I shall (or will)
Thou shalt
He or one shall

SINGULAR.

J'aurai.
Tu auras.
Il ou on aura.

have.

We shall
You or ye shall bave.
They shall

VOL. II.

PLURAL

Nous aurons.
Vous aurez.
Ils ou elles auront.

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PAST ANTERIOR PERIODICAL, OR COMPOUND OP

THE PRETERITE.

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The verbs venir, deroir, aller, have other tenses, used as auxiliaries, which, thongh useful to be learned, can'at first be dispenseil with. They will be found in pages 157 and following, where they are placed to avoid increasing, at present, tie ruinber of tenses.

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