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Ænglisc / Old English - Lesson XV - Pronouns II (2nd Person Pronouns)

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Ƿesaþ ġē hāl!

If you missed the previous lesson (1st Person Pronouns) click here -

Let's get into this once again!!!!

Firstly, we will dive into the 2nd Person Personal Pronouns! You will never find a better soother for your troubles (a bad pun, I know!)

Nom.

þu = you (Sing.)

git = you (Dual.)

ge = you (Plural.)

Gen.

þin = your (Sing.)

incer = yours (Dual.)

eower = your (Plural.)

Acc.

þec or þe = you (direct object) (Sing.)

incit or inc = you two (direct object) (Dual.)

eowic or eow = you (direct object) (Plural.)

Dat./Instrum.

þe = with you (or indirect object) (Sing.)

inc = with you two (or indirect object) (Dual.)

eow = with you (or indirect object) (Plural.)

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P.S - Sing = 1 person, Dual = 2 people, Plural = a group of 3 or more people :)

Iċ þancie ēow!

September 9, 2016

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https://www.duolingo.com/profile/Bobboski

You could apply for such course (if you didn't already)!


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As I have said in Here, I only know the VERY basics of the language, and not to the ability of being able to apply for such a course - I am just acting as a springboard so people can learn more in-depth


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That's a beautiful idea anyway, well done :)


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