my portable telephone on my bed all the time.
have- present tense
when it would stop
wondered- past tense, would stop- modal
This machine doesn't take
some beer home because he likes
brought- past tense, likes- present tense
as head of the country a very ill old man who should go out
have- present tense, should go- modal
The judge may be mistaken
in his judgment of what the legislature would have
may be mistaken- modal, would have chosen- modal
A: What is
one of those tomato pear ones <laughs>.
what we should do
-- we should make
apple pi this fall.
We never really get
much access to apples.
we could go out
never really hear
an apple tree.
some of this.
Joshua would you pass
me the meat please, and I would
like to have
some hash, Darling, to go
with my eggs.
Thanks.-- Oh, we forgot
grace-- Oops, oh well.
Present tense (11):
is, 's, know, get, guess, hunt, hear, has, think, to go, say
Past tense (1):
Modal verbs (6):
should do, should make, would go out, 'll have, would you pass, would
like to have
In the same letter, Leibniz answers
an objection that his views are not
treatment by mathematics, an essential tool of the new natural philosophy, by saying
time and space mean
situation and order, that is, relations, and that relations may be
an explanation in the Discourse similar to the