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G. g. g. g. g. g. g. g. g. g. g. g. g. Let it Be) Notes It's generally not acceptable to use capital letters in the middle of words (unless it's part of a name) although this is quite common on the Internet. g. eBay) although the first letter will often be capitalized on the Internet due to technical reasons. Spelling Sound to spelling correspondences The following table shows for each sound, the various spelling patterns used to denote it. The symbol "•" stands for an intervening consonant. The letter sequences are in order of frequency with the most common first.
Strowed or strown. sweated or sweat. swept or sweeped. swelled or swollen. thrived or thriven. thrown or throwed. waked or woke. waxed or waxen. woven or weaved. wedded or wed. wept or weeped. wet or wetted. whetted or whet. wound or winded. wont or wonted. worked or wrought. wringed or wrung. Defective verbs. A defective verb is a verb that forms no participles, and is used in but few of the moods and tenses; as, beware, ought, quoth. List of the defective verbs: Present. Preterit. Beware, Can, May, Methinks, Must, Ought, Shall, Will, Quoth, Wis, Wit, -----could.
Had he loved? Shall or will he love? Will he have loved? POT. May, can, or must he love? Might, could, would, or should he love? May, can, or must he have loved? 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?