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Updated on:
2/1/16

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We meet MWF 12:20 pm - 1:10 pm in Bartlett 127.

WEEK 3 Genealogies

OE Language

You should have your pronouns memorized.

Case. Read case: (KA, review chapters; and OEA, nom., acc., dat., and gen.).


As you begin to memorize Old English words, start with closed-class words. Conjunctions, pronouns, prepositions, and articles are not numerous. Make a list using Sweet, Anglo-Saxon Primer (or one of the other on-line texts). You may want to make a chart for ease:

þaer
conj
there (adv.)
swa
conj
as (adv.)
aer
conj
before (adv., prep.)
ac
conj
but
nu
conj
now (adv.)
oððe
conj
or
gif
conj
if

To which you can add ond, eac, þeah, etc.

PDF versions of most of the texts we translated last term are listed below:

You can also find html versions at the Labyrinth.

Key:

class N   holiday N
paper N   response N

January:

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February:

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March:

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April:

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3 4 5 6 7 8 9
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