Grammar Vocabulary. Grammar: Irregular/Exceptions:. (from Greek prefix gram- / graph- : "to draw, to write“). t he rules about how to use words in a language. English DOES have rules! We learn these in grammar class. But in English, we break all the rules! Why? .
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(from Greek prefix gram-/graph-: "to draw, to write“)
the rules about how to use words in a language
English DOES have rules! We learn these in grammar class. But in English, we break all the rules! Why?
words or usages that break typical rules
Republic of Ireland
(Not part of UK)
Illustration by Viktor MikhaylovichVasnetsov (PD-1923)
The Romans push most Celts North and West. Some Celts stay and become Romans.
to Scotland, Ireland, and Wales.
feasceaftfunden; he þæsfrofregebad,
weox under wolcnum, weorðmyndumþah
oðþæt him æghwylcþaraymbsittendra
gombangyldan. þætwæs god cyning.
Hwæt = we= -dena=
in= dag= cyning=
hu= ða= oft=
eorl= fund= he=
under= weorð= ofer=
rade= scolde= gyld=
þæt= wæs= god=
Old English words often changed forms in a different way than Modern English words.