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The Verb: Auxiliaries: Tenses of Rare Occurrence. 85

(g) Pluperfect Indicative.
shade}: bddam, I had become, etc. (§ 85, e.))
(h) Imperative.
Singular. Plural.
2nd shau (§ 9), become thou. 21nd shdvid, become ye.
(1?) Present Snbjunctlve.
Singular. Plural.

1st P.:shdvam, I may shdvi'm, we may g
2ndP.:shdvi, thou mayst shdvi'd, you may 0
3rd P.:shdvad, he may 9, shdvand, they may

(7') Present Indicative.


Singular. Plural.
1Sit P.:mzi-shavam, I become. mi-shavim, we
2ndP.:mi-shavi, thou becom- mi-shavi'd, you become.

3rd P.:mi-shavad,he becomes. mf—shavand, they

(7:) Future Indicative.
khvziham shad, I shall become, etc. (§ 96, h.)

(1) Perfect Snbjunctlve.
shade}; bc‘isham, I may have become, etc. (§ 102.)

(m) Gerundive.
shddani', about to become, that ought to become.

In this verb the strengthened forms with bi- are
very frequently used, as bl—shavam, ‘I may become’, etc.

It will be noticed that, except in the 'formation
of the Infinitive, there is no irregularity in the con-
jugation of either khpiz‘stan or shddan.

We are now in a position to continue the explan-
ation of the formation of the remaining tenses of the
Regular Verb.

§ 100. The Future Indicative Active is formed
by prefixing to the shortened Infinitive (§ 84) of any
verb the First Present Indicative of khpc'z‘stan (§ 96, h;
§ 97.)

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