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(Verbal noun)

He came. (263) He brought

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Attached Pronouns Starting verb in a verbal sentence. when the subject is SING. or PLU.

Imperfect Tense
He comes. He will come. You two come/ will come. They come. They will come.

Past Tense
He came.

Detached Pronouns Starting verb in a verbal sentence. when the subject is SING. or PLU.

They two came. They all came.

near future:

You come. You will come. You two come/ will come.

near past:: You came.

You two came. You all came. Past continuous:

distant future:
s

You all come. You all will come.


(with noun)

+
I came.

I come. I will come. We come. We will come.

(with verb)

We came.

.
Negative Imperative

Dont come!

Come!

Singular

Dont (you two) come!

Come (you two)!

Dual

Dont (you all) come!

Come (you all)!

Plural

Passive participle

Active participle

one who is to come

one who comes

Singular Dual

those who are to come

those who come

Plural

Passive Voice

Passive Voice

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(Verbal noun)

to will, to wish
Attached Pronouns Starting verb in a verbal sentence. when the subject is SING. or PLU.

He wished.
Imperfect Tense
He wishes. He will wish. You two wish/ will wish. They wish. They will wish. They two wished. They all wished.

(277)
Detached Pronouns Starting verb in a verbal sentence. when the subject is SING. or PLU.

Past Tense
He wished / wanted / willed.

near future:

You wish. You will wish. You two wish/ will wish.

near past:: You wished.

You two wished. You all wished. Past continuous:

distant future:

You all wish. You all will wish.


(with noun)

+
I wished.

I wish. I will wish. We wish. We will wish.

(with verb)

We wished.

.
Negative Imperative

Dont wish!

wish!

Singular

Dont (you two) wish!

wish (you two)!

Dual

Dont (you all) wish!

wish (you all)!

Plural

Passive participle

Active participle

One who wishes.

Singular Dual

Those who Wish.

Plural

Passive Voice

Passive Voice

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(Verbal noun) .

VT-2
Detached Pronouns Starting verb in a verbal sentence. when the subject is SING. or PLU.

Attached Pronouns Starting verb in a verbal sentence. when the subject is SING. or PLU.

Imperfect Tense

Past Tense

near future:

near past::

distant future:

Past continuous:

+
(with noun)

(with verb)

.
Negative Imperative

Singular

Dual

Plural

Passive participle

Active participle

Singular

Dual

Plural

Passive Voice

Passive Voice

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Feminine Gender
Attached Pronouns Starting verb in a verbal sentence. when the subject is SING. FEM. or BROKEN PLU.

VT-2

Imperfect Tense

Past Tense

Detached Pronouns Starting verb in a verbal sentence. when the subject is SING. FEM. or BROKEN PLU.

near future:

near past::

distant future:

Past continuous:

+
(with noun)

(with verb)

.
Negative Imperative

Singular

Dual

Plural

Passive participle

Active participle

Singular Dual

Plural

Passive Voice

Passive Voice

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(Verbal noun) to teach

He taught.
Imperfect Tense
He teaches. He will teach. You two teach/ will teach. They teach. They will teach. You teach. You will teach. You two teach / will teach. You all teach. You all will teach. You two taught. You all taught. They two taught. They all taught.

(42)
VT-2
Detached Pronouns Starting verb in a verbal sentence. when the subject is SING. or PLU.

Attached Pronouns Starting verb in a verbal sentence. when the subject is SING. or PLU.

Past Tense
He taught.

You taught.

(with noun)

I teach. I will teach. We teach. We will teach.

I taught.

(with verb)

We taught.

Singular Dual Plural Singular Dual Plural Passive Voice


Negative Imperative

Dont teach!

Teach!

Dont (you two) teach!

Teach (you two)! Teach (you all)!

Dont (you all) teach!

Passive participle

Active participle

The one who is taught.

Teacher.

The two who are taught.

Teachers (two).

All those who are taught.

Teachers.

(He) is being taught. Passive Voice

(He) is taught.

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act (of accusing sb of falsehood) Attached Pronouns Starting verb in a verbal sentence. when the subject is SING. or PLU.

(Verbal noun)

He accused (him, it) of falsehood.


Past Tense
He accused (him, it) of falsehood.

(198)
VT-2
Detached Pronouns Starting verb in a verbal sentence. when the subject is SING. or PLU.

Imperfect Tense
He accuses sb of falsehood. He will accuse sb of falsehood.

They two accused sb of falsehood. They accuse sb of falsehood. They will accuse sb of falsehood. You accuse sb of falsehood. You will accuse sb of falsehood. You two accused sb of falsehood. You all accuse sb of falsehood. You all will accuse sb of falsehood.
(with noun)

They all accused sb of falsehood.

You accused sb of falsehood.

You all accused sb of falsehood.

I accuse sb of falsehood. I will accuse sb of falsehood. We accuse sb of falsehood. We will accuse sb of falsehood.

I accused sb of falsehood.

(with verb)

We accused sb of falsehood.

Singular Dual Plural Singular Dual Plural Passive Voice


Negative Imperative

Dont accuse sb of falsehood!

Accuse sb of falsehood!

Dont (you all) accuse sb of falsehood!

Accuse sb of falsehood (you all)!

Passive participle

Active participle

The one who is accused of falsehood.

The one who accuses sb of falsehood.

Those who are accused of falsehood.

Those who accuse sb of falsehood.

Passive Voice

(He) is being accused of falsehood

(He) is accused of falsehood

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(Verbal noun) to send down

He sent down.
Imperfect Tense
He sends down. He will send down. You two send down/ will send down. They send down. They will send down. You send down. You will send down. You two send down / will send down. You all send down. You all will send down. You two sent down. You all sent down. You sent down. They two sent down. They all sent down.

(79)
VT-2
Detached Pronouns Starting verb in a verbal sentence. when the subject is SING. or PLU.

Attached Pronouns Starting verb in a verbal sentence. when the subject is SING. or PLU.

Past Tense
He sent down.

Past continuous:

+
I sent down.

(with noun)

I send down. I will send down. We send down. We will send down.

(with verb)

We sent down.

Singular Dual Plural Singular Dual Plural


Negative Imperative

Dont send down!

Send down!

Dont (you two) send down!

Send down (you two)! Send down (you all)!

Dont (you all) send down!

Passive participle

Active participle

That which is sent down

The one who sends down

Those which are sent down

Those who send down


Passive Voice (sb, st) is being sent down (sb, st) is sent down


Passive Voice

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(Verbal noun)

VT-3
Attached Pronouns Starting verb in a verbal sentence. when the subject is SING. or PLU.

Imperfect Tense

Past Tense

Detached Pronouns Starting verb in a verbal sentence. when the subject is SING. or PLU.

near future:

near past::

distant future:

Past continuous:
(with noun)

(with verb)

.
Negative Imperative

Singular

Dual

Plural

Passive participle

Active participle

Singular

Dual

Plural

Passive Voice

Passive Voice

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Feminine Gender
Attached Pronouns Starting verb in a verbal sentence. when the subject is SING. FEM. or BROKEN PLU.

Imperfect Tense Past Tense

VT-3
Detached Pronouns Starting verb in a verbal sentence. when the subject is SING. FEM. or BROKEN PLU.

near future:

near past::

distant future:

Past continuous:
(with noun)

(with verb)

.
Negative Imperative

Singular

Dual

Plural

Passive participle

Active participle

Singular

Dual

Plural

Passive Voice

Passive Voice

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(Verbal noun) to strive

He strove.
Imperfect Tense
He strives. He will strive. You two strive/ will strive. They strive. They will strive. They two strove. They all strove.

(31)
VT-3
Detached Pronouns Starting verb in a verbal sentence. when the subject is SING. or PLU.

Attached Pronouns Starting verb in a verbal sentence. when the subject is SING. or PLU.

Past Tense
He strove.

near future:

You strive. You will strive. You two strive/ will strive.

near past:: You strove.

You two strove. You all strove. Past continuous:

distant future:

You all strive. You all will strive.


(with noun)

+
I strove.

I strive. I will strive. We strive. We will strive.

(with verb)

We strove.

.
Negative Imperative

Dont strive!

Strive!

Singular

Dont (you two) strive!

Strive (you two)! Strive (you all)!

Dual

Dont (you all) strive!

Plural

Passive participle

Active participle

One who strives

Singular Dual

Those who strive

Plural

Passive Voice

Passive Voice

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(Verbal noun) to call out

He called out.
Imperfect Tense
He calls out. He will call out. You two call out/ will call out. They call out. They will call out. They two called out. They all called out.

(44)
VT-3
Detached Pronouns Starting verb in a verbal sentence. when the subject is SING. or PLU.

Attached Pronouns Starting verb in a verbal sentence. when the subject is SING. or PLU.

Past Tense
He called out.

near future:

You call out. You will call out. You two call out/ will call out.

near past:: You called out.

You two called out. You all called out. Past continuous:

distant future:

You all call out. You all will call out.


(with noun)

+
I called out.

I call out. I will call out. We call out. We will call out.

(with verb)

We called out.

.
Negative Imperative

Dont call out!

Call out!

Singular

Dont (you two) call out!

Call out (you two)! Call out (you all)!

Dual

Dont (you all) call out!

Plural

Passive participle

Active participle

One who calls out

Singular Dual

Those who call out

Plural

He is being called out. Passive Voice

He is called out. Passive Voice

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(Verbal noun) .

VT-4
Detached Pronouns Starting verb in a verbal sentence. when the subject is SING. or PLU.

Attached Pronouns Starting verb in a verbal sentence. when the subject is SING. or PLU.

Imperfect Tense

Past Tense

near future:

near past::

distant future:

+
(with noun)

Past continuous:

+
(with verb)

.
Negative Imperative

Singular

Dual

Plural

Passive participle

Active participle

Singular Dual

Plural

Passive Voice

Passive Voice

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Feminine Gender
Attached Pronouns Starting verb in a verbal sentence. when the subject is SING. FEM. or BROKEN PLU.

VT-4

Imperfect Tense

Past Tense

Detached Pronouns Starting verb in a verbal sentence. when the subject is SING. FEM. or BROKEN PLU.

near future:

near past::

distant future:

Past continuous:

+
(with noun)

(with verb)

.
Negative Imperative

Singular

Dual

Plural

Passive participle

Active participle

Singular Dual

Plural

Passive Voice

Passive Voice

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(Verbal noun) to bring out

He brought out.
Imperfect Tense
He brings out. He will bring out. You two bring out/ will bring out. They bring out. They will bring out. They two brought out. They all brought out.

(108)
VT-4
Detached Pronouns Starting verb in a verbal sentence. when the subject is SING. or PLU.

Attached Pronouns Starting verb in a verbal sentence. when the subject is SING. or PLU.

Past Tense
He brought out/ took out.

near future:

You bring out. You will bring out. You two bring out/ will bring out.

near past:: You brought out.

You two brought out. You all brought out. Past continuous:

distant future:

You all bring out. You all will bring out.


(with noun)

+
I brought out.

I bring out. I will bring out. We bring out. We will bring out.

(with verb)

We brought out.

.
Negative Imperative

Dont bring out!

Bring out!

Singular

Dont (you two) bring out!

Bring out (you two)! Bring out (you all)!

Dual

Dont (you all) bring out!

Plural

Passive participle

Active participle

One who is brought out

One who brings out

Singular Dual

Those who are brought out

Those who bring out

Plural

(it, he) is being brought out Passive Voice

(it) is brought out

Passive Voice

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(Verbal noun) to submit

He submitted.
Imperfect Tense
He submits. He will submit. You two submit/ will submit. They submit. They will submit. They two submitted. They all submitted.

(72)
VT-4
Detached Pronouns Starting verb in a verbal sentence. when the subject is SING. or PLU.

Attached Pronouns Starting verb in a verbal sentence. when the subject is SING. or PLU.

Past Tense
He submitted.

near future:

You submit. You will submit. You two submit/ will submit.

near past:: You submitted.

You two submitted. You all submitted. Past continuous:

distant future:

You all submit. You all will submit.


(with noun)

+
I submitted.

I submit. I will submit. We submit. We will submit.

(with verb)

We submitted.

.
Negative Imperative

Dont submit!

Submit!

Singular

Dont (you two) submit!

Submit (you two)! Submit (you all)!

Dual

Dont (you all) submit!

Plural

Passive participle

Active participle

One who submits

Singular Dual

Those who submit

Plural

Passive Voice

Passive Voice

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to associate partners Attached Pronouns Starting verb in a verbal sentence. when the subject is SING. or PLU.

(Verbal noun)

He associated partners.
Past Tense
He associated partners (with).

(120)
VT-4
Detached Pronouns Starting verb in a verbal sentence. when the subject is SING. or PLU.

Imperfect Tense
He associates partners (with)s. He will associate partners (with). You two associate partners (with) They associate partners (with). They will associate partners (with).

They two associated partners. They all associated partners (with).

near future:

You associate partners (with). You will associate partners (with). You two associate partners (with)

near past:: You associated partners (with).

You two associated partners (with). You all associated partners (with). Past continuous:

distant future:

You all associate partners (with). You all will


(with noun)

+
I associated partners (with).

I associate partners (with). I will associate partners (with). We associate partners (with). We will associate partners (with).

(with verb)

We associated partners (with).

.
Negative Imperative

Dont associate partners (with)!

Associate partners (with)! Associate partners (with) (you two)! Associate partners (with) (you all)!

Singular

Dont (you two) associate partners (with)! Dont (you all) associate partners (with)!

Dual

Plural

Passive participle

Active participle

One with whom st is associated with

One who associates partners (with)s

Singular Dual

Those with whom st is associated with

Those who associate partners (with)

Plural

Passive Voice

(He) is being associated with partners

(He) is associated with partners

Passive Voice

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to send down Attached Pronouns Starting verb in a verbal sentence. when the subject is SING. or PLU.

(Verbal noun)

He sent down.
Imperfect Tense
He sends downs. He will send down. They 2 send down. They 2 will.. They send down. They will send down. They two sent down. They all sent down.

(190)
VT-4
Detached Pronouns Starting verb in a verbal sentence. when the subject is SING. or PLU.

Past Tense
He sent down.

near future:

You send down. You will send down. You 2 send down. You 2 will ..

near past:: You sent down.

You two sent down. You all sent down. Past continuous:

distant future:

You all send down. You all will


(with noun)

+
I sent down.

I send down. I will send down. We send down. We will send down.

(with verb)

We sent down.

.
Negative Imperative

Dont send down!

Send down!

Singular

Dont (you two) send down! Dont (you all) send down!

Send down (you two)! Send down (you all)!

Dual

Plural

Passive participle

Active participle

That which is sent down

One who sends downs

Singular Dual

Those which are sent down

Those who send down

Plural

(He) is being sent down Passive Voice

(He) is sent down

Passive Voice

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to send sb astray Attached Pronouns Starting verb in a verbal sentence. when the subject is SING. or PLU.

(Verbal noun)

He sent sb astray.
Imperfect Tense
He sends sb astray. He will send sb astray. You two send sb astray They send sb astray. They will send sb astray. They two sent sb astray. They all sent sb astray.

(68)
VT-4
Detached Pronouns Starting verb in a verbal sentence. when the subject is SING. or PLU.

Past Tense
He sent sb astray.

near future:

You send sb astray. You will send sb astray. You two send sb astray

near past:: You sent sb astray.

You two sent sb astray. You all sent sb astray. Past continuous:

distant future:

You all send sb astray. You all will


(with noun)

+
I sent sb astray.

I send sb astray. I will send sb astray. We send sb astray. We will sends sb astray.

(with verb)

We sent sb astray.

.
Negative Imperative

Dont send sb astray!

Send sb astray!

Dont (you two) send sb astray! Dont (you all) send sb astray!

Send sb astray (you two)! Send sb astray (you all)!

Passive participle

Active participle

One who is sent astray

One who send sb astray

Singular Dual

Those who are sent astray

Those who send sb astray

Plural

(He) is being sent astray Passive Voice

(He) is sent astray

Passive Voice

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(Verbal noun) to want

He wanted.
Imperfect Tense
He wants. He will want. You two want/ will want. They want. They will want. They two wanted. They all wanted.

(139)
VT-4
Detached Pronouns Starting verb in a verbal sentence. when the subject is SING. or PLU.

Attached Pronouns Starting verb in a verbal sentence. when the subject is SING. or PLU.

Past Tense
He wanted.

near future:

You want. You will want. You two want/ will want.

near past::
You wanted.

distant future:

You two wanted. You all wanted.

+
(with noun)

You all want. You all will want. I want. I will want. We want. We will want.

Past continuous:

+
I wanted.

(with verb)

We wanted.

.
Negative Imperative

Dont want!

Want!

Singular

Dont (you two) want! Dont (you all) want!

Want (you two)! Want (you all)!

Dual

Plural

Passive participle

Active participle

That which is wanted

One who wants

Singular Dual

Those who are wanted

Those who want

Plural

(it, he) is being wanted Passive Voice

(it) is wanted

Passive Voice

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(Verbal noun) to show

He showed.
Imperfect Tense
He shows. He will show. You two show/ will show. They show. They will show. They two showed. They all showed.

(44)
VT-4
Detached Pronouns Starting verb in a verbal sentence. when the subject is SING. or PLU.

Attached Pronouns Starting verb in a verbal sentence. when the subject is SING. or PLU.

Past Tense
He showed.

near future:

You show. You will show. You two show/ will show.

near past::
You showed.

distant future:

You two showed. You all showed.

+
(with noun)

You all show. You all will show. I show. I will show. We show. We will show.

Past continuous:

+
I showed.

(with verb)

We showed.

.
Negative Imperative

Dont show!

Show!

Singular

Dont (you two) show!

Show (you two)! Show (you all)!

Dual

Dont (you all) show!

Plural

Passive participle

Active participle

One who shows

Singular Dual

Those who show

Plural

(it) is being shown Passive Voice

(it) is shown Passive Voice

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(Verbal noun)

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Attached Pronouns Starting verb in a verbal sentence. when the subject is SING. or PLU.

to believe

He believed.
Imperfect Tense
He believes. He will believe. You two believe/ will believe. They believe. They will believe. They two believed. They all believed.

(782)
VT-4
Detached Pronouns Starting verb in a verbal sentence. when the subject is SING. or PLU.

Past Tense
He believed.

near future:

You believe. You will believe. You two believe/ will believe.

near past:: You believed.

You two believed. You all believed. Past continuous:

distant future:

You all believe. You all will believe.


(with noun)

+
I believed.

I believe. I will believe. We believe. We will believe.

(with verb)

We believed.

.
Negative Imperative

Dont believe!

Believe!

Singular

Dont (you two) believe!

Believe (you two)! Believe (you all)!

Dual

Dont (you all) believe!

Plural

Passive participle

Active participle

One who believes

Singular Dual

Those who believe

Plural

Passive Voice

Passive Voice

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(Verbal noun) to give

He gave.
Imperfect Tense
He gives. He will give. You two give/ will give. They give. They will give. You give. You gave. You will give. You two give/ will give. You all give. You two gave. You all gave. You all will give. I give. They two gave. They all gave. He gave.

(274)
VT-4
Detached Pronouns Starting verb in a verbal sentence. when the subject is SING. or PLU.

Attached Pronouns Starting verb in a verbal sentence. when the subject is SING. or PLU.

Past Tense

near future:

near past::

distant future:

+
(with noun)

Past continuous:

+
I gave.

(with verb)

I will give. We give. We gave. We will give.

.
Negative Imperative

Dont give!

Give!

Dont (you two) give!

Give (you two)!

Dont (you all) give!

Give (you all)!

Passive participle

Active participle

One who is gave

One who gives

Singular Dual

Those who are gave

Those who give

Plural

(it, he) is being given Passive Voice

(it) is given Passive Voice

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(Verbal noun) .

VT-5
Detached Pronouns Starting verb in a verbal sentence. when the subject is SING. or PLU.

Attached Pronouns Starting verb in a verbal sentence. when the subject is SING. or PLU.

Imperfect Tense

Past Tense

near future:

near past::

distant future:

+
(with noun)

Past continuous:

+
(with verb)

.
Negative Imperative

Singular

Dual

Plural

Passive participle

Active participle

Singular Dual

Plural

Passive Voice

Passive Voice

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Feminine Gender
Attached Pronouns Starting verb in a verbal sentence. when the subject is SING. FEM. or BROKEN PLU.

Imperfect Tense Past Tense

VT-5
Detached Pronouns Starting verb in a verbal sentence. when the subject is SING. FEM. or BROKEN PLU.

near future:

near past::

distant future:

Past continuous:

+
(with noun)

(with verb)

.
Negative Imperative

Plane of

Singular

Dual

Plural

Passive participle

Active participle

Singular

Dual

Plural

Passive Voice

Passive Voice

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to receive admonition; to remember Attached Pronouns Starting verb in a verbal sentence. when the subject is SING. or PLU.

(Verbal noun)

He received admonition; he remembered.


Past Tense
He received admonition.

(51)
VT-5
Detached Pronouns Starting verb in a verbal sentence. when the subject is SING. or PLU.

Imperfect Tense
He receives admonition. He will receive admonition. You two .. They receive admonition. They will receive admonition. You receive admonition. You will receive admonition. You two.. You all receive admonition. You all will receive admonition.

They two received admonition. They all received admonition.

You received admonition.

You two received admonition. You all received admonition.

(with noun)

I receive admonition. I will receive admonition. We receive admonition. We will receive admonition.

I received admonition.

(with verb)

We received admonition.

.
Negative Imperative

Dont receive admonition! Dont receive admonition (you two)! Dont receive admonition (you all)!

Receive admonition!

Receive admonition (you two)! Receive admonition (you all)!

Passive participle

Active participle

one who receives admonition

Singular Dual

Those who receive admonition

Plural

Passive Voice

Passive Voice

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I to turn away; to take charge Attached Pronouns Starting verb in a verbal sentence. when the subject is SING. or PLU.

(Verbal noun)

He turned away; took charge.


Past Tense
He turned away. He took charge.

(79)
VT-5
Detached Pronouns Starting verb in a verbal sentence. when the subject is SING. or PLU.

Imperfect Tense
He turn awayes. He will turn away.

They turn away. They will turn away. You turn away. You will turn away.

They all turned away.

You turned away.

near future:

near past::
You all turn away. You all will turn away. You all turned away.

+
Past continuous:

distant future:

(with noun)

I turn away. I will turn away. We turn away. We will turn away.

I turned away.

(with verb)

We turned away.

.
Negative Imperative

Dont turn away!

Turn away!

Dont (you two) turn away!

Turn away (you two)! Turn away (you all)!

Dont (you all) turn away!

Passive participle

Active participle

One who turns away.

Singular Dual

Plural


Passive Voice


Passive Voice

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(Verbal noun) .

VT-8
Detached Pronouns Starting verb in a verbal sentence. when the subject is SING. or PLU.

Attached Pronouns Starting verb in a verbal sentence. when the subject is SING. or PLU.

Imperfect Tense

Past Tense

near future:

near past::

distant future:

+
(with noun)

Past continuous:

(with verb)

.
Negative Imperative

Singular

Dual

Plural

Passive participle

Active participle

Singular Dual

Plural

Passive Voice

Passive Voice

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Feminine Gender
Attached Pronouns Starting verb in a verbal sentence. when the subject is SING. FEM. or BROKEN PLU.

Imperfect Tense Past Tense

VT-8
Detached Pronouns Starting verb in a verbal sentence. when the subject is SING. FEM. or BROKEN PLU.

near future:

near past::

distant future:

+
(with noun)

Past continuous:

+
(with verb)

.
Negative Imperative

Plane of

Singular

Dual

Plural

Passive participle

Active participle

Singular

Dual

Plural

Passive Voice

Passive Voice

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(Verbal noun) to follow

He followed.
Imperfect Tense
He takes up. He will follow. You two follow/ will follow. They follow. They will follow. They two followed. They all followed.

(140)
VT-8
Detached Pronouns Starting verb in a verbal sentence. when the subject is SING. or PLU.

Attached Pronouns Starting verb in a verbal sentence. when the subject is SING. or PLU.

Past Tense
He followed.

near future:

You follow. You followed. You will follow. You two follow / will follow. You all follow. You two followed. You all followed. You all will follow. I follow.
(with noun)

near past::

distant future:

Past continuous:

+
I followed.

(with verb)

I will follow. We follow. We followed. We will follow.

.
Negative Imperative

Dont follow!

Follow!

Dont (you two) follow!

Follow (you two)!

Dont (you all) follow!

Follow (you all)!

Passive participle

one who follows

Active participle

ohe who is followed

Singular Dual

those who are followed

those who follow

Plural

(He,it) is being followed Passive Voice

(He,it) is followed Passive Voice

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Starting verb in a verbal sentence. when the subject is SING. or PLU.

near future:

distant future:

~~ ~

to find or follow the right path Attached Pronouns

(Verbal noun)

He found the right path.


Past Tense
He found the path.

(61)
VT-8
Detached Pronouns Starting verb in a verbal sentence. when the subject is SING. or PLU.

Imperfect Tense
He finds the path. He will find the path.

They two found the path. They find the path. They will find the path. They all found the path.

You find the path. You will find the path.

You found the path.

near past::

You two found the path.

You all find the path. You all will find the path.
(with noun)

You all found the path.

Past continuous:

+
I found the path.

I find the path. I will find the path. We find the path. We will find the path.

(with verb)

We found the path.

.
Negative Imperative

Dont find the path!

Find the path!

Singular

Dont (you two) find the path! Dont (you all) find the path!

Find the path (you two)! Find the path (you all)!

Dual

Plural

Passive participle

Active participle

one who finds the path

Singular Dual

those who find the path

Plural

he is being shown the path Passive Voice

he is shown the path Passive Voice

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(Verbal noun) .

VT-10
Detached Pronouns Starting verb in a verbal sentence. when the subject is SING. or PLU.

Attached Pronouns Starting verb in a verbal sentence. when the subject is SING. or PLU.

Imperfect Tense

Past Tense

near future:

near past::

distant future:

+
(with noun)

Past continuous:

(with verb)

.
Negative Imperative

Singular

Dual

Plural

Passive participle

Active participle

Singular Dual

Plural

Passive Voice

Passive Voice

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Feminine Gender
Attached Pronouns Starting verb in a verbal sentence. when the subject is SING. FEM. or BROKEN PLU.

Imperfect Tense Past Tense

VT-10
Detached Pronouns Starting verb in a verbal sentence. when the subject is SING. FEM. or BROKEN PLU.

near future:

near past::

distant future:

+
(with noun)

Past continuous:

+
(with verb)

.
Negative Imperative

Singular

Dual

Plural

Passive participle

Active participle

Singular

Dual

Plural

Passive Voice

Passive Voice

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to ask for forgiveness Attached Pronouns Starting verb in a verbal sentence. when the subject is SING. or PLU.

(Verbal noun)

He asked for forgiveness.

(42)
VT-10
Detached Pronouns Starting verb in a verbal sentence. when the subject is SING. or PLU.

Imperfect Tense
He asks for forgivenss. He will ask for forgivenss. You two ask / will ask for They ask for forgiveness. They will ask for forgiveness.

Past Tense
He asked for forgiveness.

They two asked for forgiveness. They all asked for forgiveness.

near future:

You ask for forgiveness. You will ask for forgiveness. You two ask / will ask for

You asked for forgiveness.

near past::

You two asked for forgiveness. You all asked for forgiveness. Past continuous:

distant future:

You all ask for forgiveness. You will all ask for forgiveness.
(with noun)

+
I asked for forgiveness.

I ask for forgiveness. I will ask for forgiveness. We ask for forgiveness. We will ask for forgiveness.

(with verb)

We asked for forgiveness.

.
Negative Imperative

Dont ask for forgiveness!

Ask for forgiveness!

Singular

Dual Dont ask for forgiveness (you all)! Ask for forgiveness (you all)!

Plural

Passive participle

Active participle

one who is asked for forgiveness

one who asks for forgiveness

Singular Dual

those who are asked for forgiveness

those who ask for forgiveness

Plural

Passive Voice

(he) is being asked for forgiveness

(he) is asked for forgiveness

Passive Voice

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