OE MORPHOLOGY. NOMINAL PARTS OF SPEECH
Points For Discussion
General characteristics of OE Grammar.
The Structure of the word in OE as compared with Early PG.
3.1. Grammatical categories of OE Nouns.
3.2 . Noun declensions.
4.1. Grammatical categories of OE Adjectives.
4.2. Strong and weak declensions of OE Adjectives.
4.3. Degrees of comparison.
5.1. Classification of OE Pronouns.
5.2. Grammatical categories of OE Pronouns.
5.3. Demonstrative and Personal Pronouns.
6. The Numeral.*
6.1. Kinds of numerals.
6.2. Grammatical categories.
6.3. Ways of formation.
The points marked by asterisks “*” are designed for individual work and may be included in a Quiz as the rest items of the seminar.
- Иванова И.П. и др. Практикум по истории английского языка. – М.: Просвещение, 1985. Read Texts 3, 4, 5 pp. 28, 30, 36. Do Assignments: 2, 4-10, p. 29-31; 12 p. 32; 15, p. 33; 5-7, 9, 11-12 p. 36-37; 17, p. 38 and Ex. 4-5, p.34.
- Write out and learn the paradigms of the following noun, adjectives and pronouns: Noun (nama, m.,-n-); Adj. (W.) Ʒōda, m; Adj. (St.) Ʒōd, m.; Dem. (þes, m., sē, m)