This category contains online guides to Old English grammar and studies of Old English grammar.
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Case in Old English
Robert Stevick's study of case and other grammatical elements of Old English.
Conceptual Semantics and Grammatical Relations in Old English
A study of Old English from the viewpoint of historical linguistics. Covers word order, word formation, and other topics. By Ruta Nagucka.
Grammatical Tricks for Translating Old English
Gives tips for making the translation of Old English easier. These tricks involve an understanding of certain grammatical constructions that are very common in Old English: modal plus infinitive, partitive genitive, locative dative, and the "ge" prefix of verbs. By Michael Drout.
Historical Grammar of the Old English Language
An online Old English grammar by Cyril Babaev. Covers nouns, pronouns, adjectives, verbs, adverbs, auxiliary words, phonetics, dialects, and other grammatical topics.
Introduction to Traditional Grammar
Explains the basics of modern English grammar and Old English grammar, using the traditional grammatical terms found in dictionaries, glossaries, and textbooks.
Old English Inflections
Multi-color chart summarizing noun, verb, adjective, and pronoun endings. Also known as the Magic Sheet. [PDF]
Old English Paradigms
Concise tables of noun, pronoun, and verb forms.
Old English Syntax: Some Literary Illustrations
Shows how selected literary texts exemplify characteristic features of Old English syntax.
Old English Verb Conjugator
Online tool that accepts the infinitive form of an Old English verb as input and displays the complete conjugation of that verb as output. Also summarizes Old English verb groups and classes.
Verb Movement in Old and Middle English: Dialect Variation and Language Contact
Studies the position of the verb in Old English word order and shows the influence of this “V2” (verb-second) syntax on the word order of Middle English dialects.
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