The Continental Backgrounds of English and Its Insular Development Until 1154
John Benjamins Publishing, 1 Jan 1998 - 234 halaman
In conjunction with two other volumes, which are scheduled to appear later, The Continental Backgrounds of English and its Insular Development until 1154 aims at giving a comprehensive survey of what by the author is seen as the most interesting aspects of the long history of English from its embryonic stages to the language spoken today in England and America. The present volume spans the period up to A.D. 1154, the year inaugurating the Plantagenet era in England and the year of the last events to be recorded in the annals of the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle.
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A PRACTICAL DEMONSTRATION
2 THE CONTINENTAL BACKGROUNDS OF ENGLISH
3 THE ANGLOSAXON COLONIZATION OF BRITAIN
4 THE OLD ENGLISH PERIOD
5 THE LATIN ELEMENT IN OLD ENGLISH
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The Continental Backgrounds of English and its Insular Development until 1154
Hans Frede Nielsen
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adjectives Anglia Anglo-Saxon archaeological attested borrowed Britain British Celtic century A.D. Chronicle consonants Continental Danelaw Danish Dutch earliest early Old English early runic East England English Language English language history evidence forms French Gallehus Gelling Germanic languages Goth Gothic guages Harold Godwinson hine homeland i-mutation Indo-European language inflectional Kentish king land Latin loan words lexical linguistic lish loan words Mercian Middle English ModE Modern English names Nielsen ninth century Norman Northumbrian nouns OFris Old English Old English dialects Old Frisian Old High German Old Norse Old Saxon onomastic original participle period phonological place-name elements plural preterite pronoun pt.pl pt.sg reflex river-names Roman Romano-British runic inscriptions scholars semantic settlement Slavic southern suffix syllables tion unaccented verbs Viking vowel Vulgar Latin West Germanic West Saxon Whitelock word-order