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Imperfect II. Might, &r.
Sing. Gredeli that I might believe

credési thou might'st believe

credéfje he might believe Plur. credésimo

we might believe credépte

you might believe credésfero

they might believe.

PARTICIPLE ACTIVE.

Credende, believing.
PARTICIPL PASSIVE, or COMMON.
Maso.

Fem.
Creduto Creduta Sing

believed. Creduti

Credute Plur.

COMPOUND TENSES. Present Ho creduto I have believed, &c. Imperfect havevo creduto I had believed,'. Future haverò creduto I shall have believed.

And the like in other Compound Tenses.

Third CONJUGATION in ire,

Sentire, to hear.

INDICATIVE Mood.

Present Tenje. Do.
Sing. Sento

I hear, or do hear
fenti

thou hearest fonto

he hears

Plur.

ye hear

Plur. sentiamo

we hear
fentite
sentono

they hear. Imperfect Tense. Did. Sing. Sentivo

I did hear fentivi thou didst hear sentiva

he did hear Plur. fentivámo we did hear

fentiváte ye did hear
Jentiváno they did hear

Definite or Preterit Tens. Had.
Sing. Sentii I heard, or had heard

sentisti thou heardit
senti

he heard Plur. fentimmo we heard

fentiste
Jentiroro they heard.

ye heard

Future Tense. Shall or will. Sing. Sentirò

I shall or will hear sentirai thou shalt or will hear

sentirà he Thall or will hear Plur. fertirémo we shall or will hear fentirete ye

shall or will hear Jentiranno they thall or will hear.

IMPERATIVE Mood. Sing. Senti

hear thou fenta

let him hear Plur. fentiamo let us hear

fentite
fentano let them hear.

hear ye

OPTATIVE or SUBJUNCTIVE MOOD.

Present Tense. May, or can. Sing. Ch'io senta that I may hear

che tu senta, ti that thou mayst hear

ch'egli senta that he may hear Plur. che noi fentiamo that we may hear

che voi fentiate that ye may hear

ch'eglino sentano that they may hear.

Imperfet 1. Should, would, &c. Sing. Sentirei I should, &c. hear

sentiresti thou shouldst hear

Fentirebbe He should hear
Plur. fentiremmo we should hear

fentirefte ye should hear
fentirebbero they should hear

Imperfeet 11. Might, &c.
Sing. Che sentisi that I might hear
che sentifi
.

thou might'st hear
he might hear
S

Plur.

che sentif

Plur. che sentisimo

we might hear
che sentiste

you might hear
che
sentisero

they might hear,

PARTICIPLE ACTIVE.

Sentendo, hearing.

PARTICIPLE PASSIVE, or COMMON.
Masc.

Fem.
Sentito

Sentita Sing.
Sentiti

Sentite Plur.

COMPOUND TENSES.
Present Ho sentito I have heard
Imperfect havévo sentito I had heard
Future haverò sentito I shall have heard.

And the like in other Compound Tenses.

OF VERBS PASSIVE, RECIPROCAL,

and NEUTER. T

HE Verb Paljive is formed as in English

and French, by the addition of the Auxiliary Verb Sono I am, in all its Moods and Tenses to the Participle Active, or Common, as will appear from the following Example,

Efere amato, to be loved.

Present Tense
Sing. Sono amato I am loved
Jei amore

thou art loved
è ainato
he is loved

Plur.

Plur. fiamo amati we are loved.

sete, or fiete amari ye are loved
Yono amati

they are loyed.

Imperfe&t Tense,
Sing. Ero amato I was loved

eri amato thou wast loved

era amato he was loved Plur. eramo amati we were loved eráte amati

ye were loved érano amati they were loyed.

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And the like throughout the several Moods and
Tenses: See Page 42. And here Note, that the
Participle changes its Number and Gender as the
Noun it agrees with, or the occasion requires, and
frequently agrees with the Noun that follows;
Example,
Having seen a Woman, avendo veduta una donna.
He has said very fine things, egli dette bellissime cose.

VERBS Reciprocal take the Pronouns mi myself,
ti thyself, fi himself, herself, ci ourselves, vi your-
felves, si themselves, before them only, as the
Italians seldom make use of the Pronouns Nomina.
tive in conjugating their Verbs; I shall set down
an Example.
mi levo

I rise ti levi

thou dost rise

he rises ci leviamo

we rise

si leva

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