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The VERB worden, to become, or to be.

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The VERB worden ftanding before the Participle Paffive, has the fame meaning as the Verb to be, and for this reason it is called by the Dutch an auxiliary Verb, as:

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The VERB to be is expreffed in Dutch by three different ways or verbs, worden, weezen, zyn, as:

word gy betaald

weeft gy betaald

zyt gy betaald, &c.

be thou paid.

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The only remark on the Verb worden is, that in all its tenfes, it has a future meaning, nearly as the English Verb to become.

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Conditional Interrogative Pofitive.

zoude ik het u, hein, haar, hun

zoud gy

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zoud by

zouden wy het

zoud gyl.

zouden zy

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Imperative Negative.

geef gy het aan hem, haar, ons,

laat het aan, hem, haar,

hun, my niet

niet geven

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laat het ons aan hem

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Taat het hun tot ons niet geeven

do not give it to him, her, us, them, me

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