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" The persons plural keep the termination of the first person singular. In former times, till about the reign of king Henry the eighth, they were wont to be formed by adding en ; thus, loven, sayen, complainen. "
English Past and Present - Página 96
de Richard Chenevix Trench - 1855 - 213 páginas
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The Edinburgh Review: Or Critical Journal, Volumen 92

1850
...Henry VIII., ' they were wont to be formed by en : thus, loven, sayen, complainen ; ' but now (whatever is the cause) it hath quite grown out of use, and...this afoot again. Albeit (to tell you my opinion), 1 am persuaded ' that the lack hereof, well considered, will be found a great blemish ' to our tongue....
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The Works of Ben Jonson...: With Notes Critical and Explanatory ..., Volumen 9

Ben Jonson, William Gifford - 1816
...king Henry the eighth, they were wont to be formed by adding en ; thus, lorett, sayen, complainen. But now (whatsoever is the cause) it hath quite grown...prevailed, that I dare not presume to set this afoot again :_ albeit (to tell you my opinion) I am persuaded that the lack hereof well considered will be found...
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GÉpea pteróenta. Or, The diversions of Purley. To which is ..., Volumen 1

John Horne Tooke - 1829
...Eighth, they were wont to be formed by adding en. But now (whatsoever is the cause) it hath quite growne out of use, and that other so generally prevailed that I dare not presume to set this afoot againe." This is the reason why Chaucer used both TO and DO more rarely than we use them at present....
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The Edinburgh Review, Volumen 92

1850
...Henry VIII., they were wont to be formed by en : thus, loven, sayen, complainen ; but now (whatever is the cause) it hath quite grown out of use, and...other so generally prevailed, that I dare not presume to'set this afoot again. Albeit (to tell you my opinion), 1 am persuaded that the lack hereof, well...
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English: past and present, 5 lectures

Richard Chenevix Trench (abp. of Dublin.) - 1855
...reign of King Henry VIII., they were wont to be formed by adding en; thus, loven, sayen, complainen. But now (whatsoever is the cause) it hath quite grown...the lack hereof, well considered, will be found a groat blemish to our tongue. For seeing time and person be as it were the right and left hand of a...
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On the study of words, 5 lectures

Richard Chenevix Trench (abp. of Dublin.) - 1855
...Henry VIII., they were wont to be formed by adding en ; thus, loven, sayen, complainen. But now (what' is the cause) it hath quite grown out of use, and that io generally prevailed, that I dare not presume to set bot again ; albeit (to tell you my opinion)...
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The Diversions of Purley

John Horne Tooke - 1857 - 739 páginas
...Eighth, they were wont to bo formed by adding en. But now (whatsoever is the cause) it hath quite growne out of use, and that other so generally prevailed that I dare not presume to set this afoot againe." This is the reason why Chaucer used both TO and DO more rarely than we use them at present....
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The diversions of Purley

John Horne Tooke - 1860 - 739 páginas
...Eighth, they were wont to be formed by adding en. But now (whatsoever is the cause) it hath quite growne out of use, and that other so generally prevailed that I dare not presume to set thia afoot againe." This is the reason why Chaucer used both TO and DO more rarely than we use them...
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The Grammar of English Grammars: With an Introduction, Historical and ...

Goold Brown - 1858 - 1070 páginas
...eighth, they were wont to be formed by adding en ; thus, ¡oven, saycn, complainen. But now (whatever is the cause) it hath quite grown out of use, and...blemish to our tongue. For seeing time and person bo, as it were, the right and left hand of a verb, wliat can the maiming bring else, but a lameness...
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Handbook of the history of the English language

Augustus Henry Keane - 1860
...us in his English Grammar, " till about the reign of Henry VIII. . . thus loven, sayen, complainen. But now (whatsoever is the cause) it hath quite grown...tell you my opinion) I am persuaded that the lack thereof, well considered, will be found a great blemish in our tongue. For seeing time and person be,...
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