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Old English - The Scandinavian Influence on Old English

by Kevin Theinl

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Seminar paper from the year 2009 in the subject English Language and Literature Studies - Linguistics, grade: 2,3, University of Rostock, language: English, abstract: Structure: Part I - Textual Work on "Bede´s Account of the Poet Cædmon" 1. Provement of the claim: For a precise classification of Old English 1 - 2 inflexional forms it does usually not suffice only to look at the respective form. 2. Formative relationship between OE lār and læran 2 3. Word formation and Compounding 2 - 3 Part II - Term paper: The Scandinavian Influence on Old English 1. Introduction 3 - 4 2. Historical Background - Viking Invasion on the British Isle 4 - 5 3. Language Family 6 - 7 4. Loanwords, loan-blends, loan-shifts 7 - 9 5. Norse-derived vocabulary 10 - 11 6. Conclusion 11 Bibliography 12 Erklärung über die selbstständige Abfassung einer schriftlichen Arbeit Part I - Textual Work on "Bede´s Account of the Poet Cædmon" 1.) It is unprofitable only to look at the respective form, because the -an declension of nouns contains five forms with the ending -an (Sg.a./g./d. - Pl.n./a.) Examples: guma - engl.: man (masc.) cyrice - engl.: church (fem.) Sg.n. guma cyrice Sg.a. guman cyrican Sg.g. guman cyrican Sg.d. guman cyrican Pl.n. guman cyrican Pl.a. guman cyrican Pl.g. gumena cyricena Pl.d. gumum cyricum Next I will specify case, number, gender, declensional/conjugational class, weak/strong inflexion of the following forms from the Cædmon text.

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