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Send email. Participio presente: havendo.
Participio perfeito: havido, Indicativo. Eu hei [vi] I have nds h av emos [ vv emuf] wa tu has [afj you have have elle ha [a] he has v6s h av eis [ Tsv vif] you have ha there is elles hao [vu] they have. Eu havia [v'viv] I had nds haviamos [v'vivmuj] we tu havias you had had elle havia he had v6s havieis [v'vivij] you had havia there was elles haviam they had. Preterito perfeito composto. Tern havido there has been. Tinha havido there had been. Future imperfeito. Haver ei I shall have, etc. Terd kavido there will be had, etc.
Haver ia there would be. Teria havido there would have been.
Present e. Haja [ajv] that I have, etc. Haja let there be. All other imperative forms are unusual. Jnfinito pessoal. In the same manner is conjugated the compound verb rehaver to have or get back ; but this verb is only used in forms which have the -v- rehavendOj rehavido, rehavia, rehouve, etc. There are still other compound forms, Buch as: tenha havido j tivesse havido, ter and tendo havidOy which we do not write at large, as they are The Auxiliary Verb haver.
The same is to be said for the other auxiliary verbs, already mentioned.
The omitted tenses may easily be sub- stituted. Yet there is still a tense quite peculiar to the Portuguese language, which we have not yet spoken of, because we wanted to mention it apart: it is the Simple Pluperfect mais-qiie-perfeito simples. This derivation is the same in any regular or irregular verb. Ilei-de fazer expresses not only that something will be done by me, but that I intend or am willing to do it.
Nos Iia- viamos-de ser mais economicos we ought to be more economical. Nos seriamos mais economicos we should be more economical. Se ndo houvesse- de considerar isso if that were not to be considered.
Se houver 'inos -de luctar com difficuldadas if there are diffi- culties to be fought with, or if we are obliged to fight against difficulties. Ha tres horas que estamos esperando or a espera we have been waiting these three hours. Que ha? Haver por hem means to think proper. It is scarcely used but by or of the King or the govern- ment. Haver por mal is rarely used and means: to take in ill part.
The reader will already have noticed that in the Imperative mood the second person sing, when employed affirmatively is derived from the same person of the Present tense Indicative by losing the s; and from the Present Subjunctive, when employed nega- tively;— e. The reader will find it in the general conjugation-table. Os verlos auxiliares. Em portnguCs ha dois verbos auxiliares para traduzir o veibo ingles to have, e outros tantos, para traduzir to he.
Os primeiros sao ter e haver; os liltimos ser e estar. As vezes essa diffe- renQa e bem pouca, outras vezes nao ha nenhuma. Ha quern considera uma das maiores difficuldades da lingua portuguesa o fazer distincuo dos verbos ser e estar. Se nao houvesse maior difficuldade, ou se essa fosse a linica, o estudo da lingua nuo seria difficil. Ha poucas semanas que o it esta- mos estudando o ja sabemos conjugar os verbos auxiliares. Estes verbos, sendo os mais most irregulares, sao os mais difficeis.
Tenham pois animo e sejam applicados. There is a man downstairs. There are two men down- stairs. There is to be a saint's day this week. Is there much money in England? Yes, there is transl. Will there be a concert to-night? No, there has been a concert last night. What's the matter? There's nothing the matter. I have been walk- ing these two hours. I must go home. Is it long since you have been learning Portuguese?
No, it is only a few weeks. And there has been some interruption by holidays. Have you had a gram- mar? Now we have, but we had not from the beginning. Que tem o alemao? Ha ali grandes casas? Ha, sim, senhor; e a d'elle his e uma das maiores. Houveterremoto em Portugal? Houve, mas ja ha alguns mezes. Tem havido terremotos mais Tem. Nao foi o criado comprar Nao havia peixe nomercado; peixe no mercado?