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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1878-1879-589

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GENERAL LITERATURE AND SCIENCE 587 It has been said that the terminations -an -enne ende and -ting have all taken the form of -ing and words with that ending are nouns infinitives gerundial inlinitives or participles Criticise this statement Where Chaucer said car we say carved Comment on this change and explain the origin of the -ed in carved Show how the meanings of may and can have varied How would you account historically for such forms as the italicized Head and ch ief This is John his book Busk ye Where is thy husband now Where be thy brothers Where are thy children Freetfom river baker songstress penny Lad day inniosi eftsoones the yonge sonne An alms brethren What do you consider to have been the dominant plural form of nouns in Anglo-Saxon How do you account for the preva- lence of our present form Explain how for the most part we come by our adverbs Give illustrations Subject for essay -"The Congress of Berlin XVII cntral isftori CrngliSi fjtstory 1509-1623 Give short account of the Pilgrimage of Grace the Six Articles and the Rising in the North Write life of Archbishop Cranmer Give an account of the affairs of Scotland during the reign of Mary Queen of Scots What were the Seminary Priests What disabilities did the Roman Catholics labour under at the end of Elizabeth's reign Give an account of the voyage of the Spanish Armada
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