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Old English phonology

Roger Lass

Old English phonology

by Roger Lass

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Published by Cambridge University Press in Cambridge [Eng.], New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • English language -- Old English, ca. 450-1100 -- Phonology,
  • English language -- Old English, ca. 450-1100 -- Grammar, Generative

  • Edition Notes

    StatementRoger Lass, John M. Anderson.
    SeriesCambridge studies in linguistics ;, 14
    ContributionsAnderson, John M. 1941- joint author.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPE140 .L3
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxv, 326 p. ;
    Number of Pages326
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5071125M
    ISBN 10052120531X
    LC Control Number74080360

      Its emphasis on variation, with examples from British, American, New Zealand, and Singaporean English, make it suitable for both native and non-native speakers. McMahon focuses on the vowels and consonants, but also discusses syllables, stress, and the phonology of words and phrases/5(22). Grammar of Old English: Phonology/ Morphology, Paperback by Hogg, Richard M.; Fulk, R. D., ISBN , ISBN , Brand New, Free shipping First published in , A Grammar of Old English, Volume 1: Phonology was a landmark publication that in the intervening years has not been surpassed in its depth of scholarship and.

    Like many other languages, English has wide variation in pronunciation, both historically and from dialect to general, however, the regional dialects of English share a largely similar (but not identical) phonological system. Among other things, most dialects have vowel reduction in unstressed syllables and a complex set of phonological features that distinguish fortis and lenis. First published in , A Grammar of Old English, Volume 1: Phonology was a landmark publication that in the intervening years has not been surpassed in its depth of scholarship and usefulness to the field. With the posthumous publication of Richard M. Hogg’s Volume 2: Morphology, Volume 1 is again in print, now in paperback, so that.

    This book makes learning Old English easy. It contains a simplified grammar, a minimum of phonology, well-chosen selections from Old English prose, and rich selections from Old English poetry. The texts are in regularized spelling, based on Early West Saxon, so that beginners will not have to wrestle with a shifting orthography. All texts come with facing-page literal prose 5/5(1). This is /the/ English-languag And what a work it is! -- if, that is, the historical phonology of Old English is what you are after. The overwhelming majority of the book is on the development of Old English phonology and morphology (the latter a consideration of the former also, since phonological change creates irregularity in paradigms), and /5.


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A detailed study of Old English, taking as its point of departure the 'standard theory' of generative phonology as developed by Chomsky and Halle. Dr Lass and Dr Anderson set out all the main phonological processes of Old English and against their larger historical background (including subsequent developments in the history of English).4/5(2).

A detailed study of Old English, taking as its point of departure the 'standard theory' of generative phonology as developed by Chomsky and Halle.

Dr Lass and Dr Anderson set out all the main phonological processes of Old English and aghainst their larger historical background (including subsequent developments in the history of English).Cited by:   Volume 1: Phonology is designed to take account of major developments both in the field of Old English studies and in linguistic theory.

Taking full advantage of the Dictionary of Old English project at Toronto, the book includes full cross-references to the DOE data, and items which are not in the Toronto databases are specially s: 1.

A detailed study of Old English, taking as its point of departure the 'standard theory' of generative phonology as developed by Chomsky and Halle. Dr Lass and Dr Anderson set out all the main phonological processes of Old English and against their larger historical background (including subsequent developments in the history of English).

They propose many fresh solutions to long. Old English and the Theory of Phonology book. Old English and the Theory of Phonology. DOI link for Old English and the Theory of Phonology. Old English and the Theory of Phonology book. By Bezalel E.

Dresher. Edition 1st Edition. First Published eBook Published 3 October Pub. location by: Print book: EnglishView all editions and formats: Rating: (not yet rated) 0 with reviews - Be the first. Subjects: English language -- Old English, ca. -- Phonology.

English language -- Old English -- Phonology. More like this: Similar Items. This book makes learning Old English easy.

It contains a simplified grammar, a minimum of phonology, well-chosen selections from Old English prose, and rich selections from Old English poetry.

The texts are in regularized spelling, based on Early West Saxon, so that beginners will not have to wrestle with a shifting s: An illustration of an open book.

Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video. An illustration of an audio speaker. Audio An illustration of a " floppy disk. Old-English phonology by Hempl, George, Publication datec Topics English language -- Old English, ca.

Phonology Publisher. and systematically, during the writing of this book. If a six-year-old can work this out, first-year undergraduates have no excuse.

x AN INTRODUCTION TO ENGLISH PHONOLOGY 01 pages i-x prelims 18/10/01 pm Page x. Speak like an English person of yore. Teach Yourself Old English introduces you to the form of English spoken from A.D. to clearly and simply. Even without any experience with Old English you will be able to learn the ancient language through authentic texts--poetry, sermons, and even riddles--and grammar that is gradually introduced in manageable s: 9.

Old English Phonology is an article from Modern Language Notes, Volume 6. View more articles from Modern Language this article on this.

A note on the Companion to A Historical Phonology of English xv 1 Periods in the history of English 1 Periods in the history of English 2 Old English (–) 2 Middle English (–) 9 Early Modern English (–) 15 English after 17 The evidence for early pronunciation A detailed study of Old English, taking as its point of departure the 'standard theory' of generative phonology as developed by Chomsky and Halle.

Old English phonology is necessarily somewhat speculative since Old English is preserved only as a written heless, there is a very large corpus of the language, and the orthography apparently indicates phonological alternations quite faithfully, so it is not difficult to draw certain conclusions about the nature of Old English phonology.

First published in This title is a study in the synchronic and diachronic phonology and morphology of the Mercian dialect of Old English. It is particularly concerned with issues in the theory of phonology that have been the subject of the ‘abstractness controversy’, which developed in response to the theory of phonology put forward by Chomsky and Hale.

This title will be of interest. There are many relatively complicated charts that explain the pronunciation of Old English vowels. You can find them in any basic Old English grammar book. But the power of new information technology has suggested to us a better way to learn how to pronounce Old English words: simply click on the hyperlinks below to hear the word in Old English.

Free Online Library: A Grammar of Old English, vol. 1, Phonology. by "Notes and Queries"; Literature, writing, book reviews Books Book reviews Printer Frien, articles and books. His book is a bridge between the more elementary Old English grammars and the major philological grammars and recent interpretations of the Old English English assumes a basic knowledge of phonetics and phonology, the elements of syntactic and morphological theory, and an introduction to historical linguistics.

His book is a bridge between the more elementary Old English grammars and the major philological grammars and recent interpretations of the Old English data. Old English assumes a basic knowledge of phonetics and phonology, the elements of syntactic and morphological theory, and an introduction to historical linguistics.5/5(1).

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Books shelved as phonology: Problem Book in Phonology: A Workbook for Introductory Courses in Linguistics and in Modern Phonology by Morris Halle, Introd.Phonetic transcription. Various conventions are used below for describing Old English words, reconstructed parent forms of various sorts and reconstructed Proto-West-Germanic (PWG), Proto-Germanic (PG) and Proto-Indo-European (PIE) forms: Forms in italics denote either Old English words as they appear in spelling or reconstructed forms of various sorts.

Where phonemic ambiguity occurs in Old.Introduction. Whatever their other achievements, the Anglo-Saxons could not lay claim to being outstanding grammarians. Indeed, to judge by the paucity of grammatical writing during the Old English period, where Ælfric's Latin Grammar (ca ) stands out because it is the exception that proves the rule, the Anglo-Saxons would not have wished to make such a claim, their intellectual interests Cited by: