A guide to Old English
University of Toronto Press, 1982 - Foreign Language Study - 271 pages
The seventh edition of this popular introduction to Old English language and literature retains the general structure and style of previous editions, but has been updated, and includes two new, much-requested texts: the Cotton Gnomes and Wulfstan's "Sermo Lupia ad Anglos" - and two new appendices: A List of Linguistic Terms Used in This Book and The Moods of Old English. Provides a range of helpful pedagogical tools: a map of Anglo-Saxon England, notes, a glossary, indexes to Part I, and a general introduction to Anglo-Saxon studies. Contains a special "How to Use this Guide" section, to aid both self-study and classroom use.
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1st Pret 2nd Pret 3rd sg Abraham adjective clause adverb Anglo-Saxon archaic MnE baem baere baes baet Battle of Maldon beon Beowulf bonne burh butan conj conjunctions craefte cuman Cyneheard Cynewulf cyning diphthongs e.g. Beowulf ealle eallum ending examples forms Godes habban hiera hine hiora hwaet hwelc i-mutation King language Latin maeg Maldon masc micel neut Note nouns Old English ond ba Parataxis participle past ptc poetry ponne prep prepositional pres subj pret pret 3p preterite principal clause pron prose pses pset relative pronoun scip sentence sometimes sound-changes strong verbs subjunctive Sutton Hoo swa swa syllable tense texts translated verbs of class Verner's Law vowel waeron waes weak verbs wolde word-order words wses
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