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   Chapter 26 In Temporal Clauses.

An English Grammar By William Malone Baskervill Characters: 310

Updated: 2017-11-30 00:04

225. The English subjunctive, like the Latin, is sometimes used in a clause to express the time when an action is to take place.

Let it rise, till it me

et the sun in his coming.-D. Webster.

Rise up, before it be too late!-Hawthorne.

But it will not be long

Ere this be thrown aside.


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