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In the same way conjugate could be, would be, and should be.

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In the same way conjugate could have been, would have been, and should have been.

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Be is used both as a principal verb and as an auxiliary. When used as an auxiliary, it is combined with the present participles of other verbs to make the progressive forms of their tenses, and with their past participles to make the tenses of their passive voices.

1. I am studying my lesson.

2. They were teaching Whittier's "Snow-Bound."
3. The house was built by the carpenter.

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(Usually follows if, though, lest, that, etc.)

The first person singular of each tense only is given. The other forms can readily be supplied.

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2. Love (thou). 2. Love (you or ye).

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2. Be (thou) loved. 2. Be (you or ye) loved.

INFINITIVE MODE.

PRESENT TENSE.

(To) be loved.

PRESENT PERFECT TENSE.

(To) have been loved.

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