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Divisions of Grammar Definitions - Etymology.

Present Past Perfect
Being loved Been loved Having been loved


(N. B.--Note that the plural form of the personal pronoun, you, is used
in the second person singular throughout. The old form thou, except in
the conjugation of the verb "To Be," may be said to be obsolete. In the
third person singular he is representative of the three personal pronouns
of the third person, He, She and It.)





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