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CHAPTER VIII

527. Subject of conjugation
528. Voice
529. An active form
530. Some verbs are conjugated
531. The middle forms outside
532. Tense
533. Mode
534. The present, perfect, and future
535. Tense-systems
536. Number and Person
537. Verbal adjectives and nouns
538. Infinitives
539. Gerunds
540. Secondary conjugations
541. Characteristic of a proper verb-form
542. Endings of verbal inflection
543. Singular: First person
544. Singular: Second person
545. Singular: Third person
546. Dual
547. Second and Third persons
548. Plural
549. Second person
550. Third person
551. Schemes of endings
552. Part of the endings
553. Schemes of normal endings
554. Rule is followed
555. Secondary endings
556. Changes of form
557. Of the subjunctive mode
558. In its normal and regular formation
559. Stem thus formed
560. In the active
561. In the middle
562. Subjunctive endings
563. Besides this proper subjunctive
564. Optative is of comparatively rare
565. Optative mode-sign
566. Combined mode-sign
567. Precative
568. Precative endings
569. Imperative has no mode-sign
570. Imperative in
571. As regards its meaning
572. Of the three modes
573. Optative appears to hav
574. The subjunctive
575. Difference