Download Beginning Old English

Beginning Old English

This is a simple introduction to Old English for students with little or no linguistic knowledge. Unlike other textbooks on the subject, Beginning Old English focuses on the explanation and illustration of how the language works, using accessible illustrations from simplified Old English texts and demonstrating how many feature of present-day English have their roots in th


Author: Carole Hough, John Corbett
Pages: 240 pages
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