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Lesson XLIV. 187 CCO 479. In general, the verbs which take 7 in the infinitive and periphrastic future (see below), take it also in this tense. But the accordance is far from complete; and these parts should be learned, as a matter of usage, for any given verb. 480. Stems of causative inflection, and denominatives in Tz, make their future-stem8 in अयिष्य; thus, चुरु, चोरयिष्यति । 481. Participle. The participles, act. and mid., are made from the future-stem precisely as from the present-stem; thus, T, ZT- era (f. oernt), teata; at, aften, afTuata. Cf. &$ 260, 262. 482. Conditional. A tense called the conditional (indic. only) is made from the stem of the simple future precisely as the im- perfect is made from the present-stem, and similarly inflected. Thus, IPA, Pafton; Tê, wafte. It is of extremely rare occurrence. are 483. II. Periphrastic Future. This tense, which is allowed to be made from all verbs, contains a single indicative tense, active, * It is formed by the nomen agentis in q, having the value of a future active participle, to the nom. sing. of which (at) are added, in the 1st and 2nd persons of all numbers, the corresponding inflected forms of the pres. of 1 'be'. In the 3rd persons the nomen agentis is used alone, in the proper number, without the auxiliary. 484. The root bas in most cases the same form before the suffix a which it takes before the ata of the infinitive. Thus, na; fs, âq; , WQ; H, affaq; a, ang; 2017, geraa. 485. The infection is then as follows: Oms 0 2 en

  • The Hindus also prescribe a middle formation ; it has, how-

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