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Might, could, would, or should he have loved? Form of question with negation. A verb is conjugated interrogatively and negatively, in the indicative and potential moods, by placing the nominative and the adverb not after the verb, or after the first auxiliary: as, First person plural. IND. Love we not? or Do we not love? Loved we not? or Did we not love? Have we not loved? Had we not loved? Shall we not love? Shall we not have loved? POT. May, can, or must we not love? Might, could, would, or should we not love?
SECOND-FUTURE TENSE. Singular. I shall have been loved, He will have been loved; Plural. We shall have been loved, You will have been loved, They will have been loved. Potential mood. PRESENT TENSE. Singular. I may be loved, He may be loved; Plural. We may be loved, You may be loved, They may be loved. IMPERFECT TENSE. Singular. I might be loved, He might be loved; Plural. We might be loved, You might be loved, They might be loved. PERFECT TENSE. Singular. I may have been loved, He may have been loved; Plural.
We are reading, You are reading, They are reading. IMPERFECT TENSE. Singular. I was reading, He was reading; Plural. We were reading, You were reading, They were reading. PERFECT TENSE. Singular. I have been reading, He has been reading; Plural. We have been reading, You have been reading, They have been reading. PLUPERFECT TENSE. Singular. I had been reading, He had been reading; Plural. We had been reading, You had been reading, They had been reading. FIRST-FUTURE TENSE. Singular. I shall be reading, He will be reading; Plural.