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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1889-1890-737

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general literature department 91 And then all this thou seest is but clod And module of confounded royalty Interpret these phrases to cry aim-to cry havoc- this unhai sauciness-keep good quarter-bought and sold -take the hatch-the scope of nature-a cockerM silken wanton wall-eyed "wrath this confine of blood and breath 10 Mention other noticeable words and phrases that occur in this play and also any peculiarities of grammar XI -&foeet £ afoslo-dayon Srimer יי What means are there of discovering how the Anglo-Saxons pronounced their language Point out some of the changes in our vowel sounds that have taken place in the course of time Do any seem taking place now Carefully distinguish the terms mutation י and 'gradation and illustrate them Are there any rules for the gender of nouns in Anglo-Saxon Of what gender are tun-tid-wif- deap-deed-wiel Decline broj or fegen toJ duru strset burg Write down the Anglo-Saxon for oldest-worst -eleven-fourteen-more famous-ninety Give some account of the pronouns in Anglo-Saxon Is there any indefinite article Give specimen of each variety of both the strong and the weak conjugations writing down the inf the pret and pi and the Describe the force or forces of these prefixes and suffixes with examples for to-on-rseden-iht- ing
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