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Old english period seminar 1

I. Data on Old Germans

1. Ancient Germanic tribes and their Ilyish p.9-11

classification:

a) East Germanic tribes Rast. p.27-29

b) North Germanic tribes Rast. p.29-31

c) West Germanic tribes Rast. p.31-33

2. Germanic Alphabets Ilyish p.30-32,Rast.p.63-65

II. Phonetic peculiarities of Germanic languages

1. The First Consonant Shift Ilyish p.12-15

2. Causes of the First Consonant Shift Rast. p.63-65

3. Word stress. Verner’s Law Ilyish p.15-16

4. The Second Consonant Shift Ilyish p. 19-20

Seminar 2

I. Main characteristics of Germanic languages

1.Vowels Rast. p.34-36

2.Grammar Rast. p.42-47

II. Old English. Historical background

1. Pre-historic Britain. Rast. p.55-57

2. Germanic settlement of Britain. Rast. p.57-61

3. Old English dialects. Rast. p.61-63

4. Old English manuscripts Rast. p.65-70

III. Periodisation in the history of English. Ilyish p.36-37; Rast. p.54-55

Seminar 3

I. Old English phonetics. Phonetic structure. Ilyish p.44-46;

II. Old English alphabet. Rast. p.71-74

III. Analysis of the text “Ohthere’s and Wulfstan’s story”.

(Ivanova.I.P. “A Reader in Early English” p.7; 1-18 lines)

Seminar 4

I. Phonetic changes in Old English vowels: Ilyish p.47-50

1. qualitative changes

2. quantitative changes

II. Phonetic changes in Old English consonants. Ilyish p.51-53

III. Learn the passage “Ohthere sǣde … ambyrne wind” by heart

Seminar 5

I. Nominal parts of speech in Old English

1. The noun:

a) grammatical categories: number, gender, case Rast. p.93-95

b) types of declension Rast. p.96-101

2. The pronoun: personal, demonstrative Rast. p.102-104

3. The adjective: grammatical categories, weak and

strong declension, degrees of comparison Rast. p.105-108

II. Learn the passage “Wulfstan sǣde … under seʒle” by heart.

SEMINAR 6

I. The verb in Old English

1. Grammatical categories of the verb Rast. p.109-110

2. Morphological classification of verbs:

a) strong verbs Rast. p.115-119

b) weak verbs Rast. p.119-122

c) minor groups of verbs Rast. p.122-124

II. Test

SEMINAR 7

Syntax in Old English

1. The phrase Rast. p.124-125

2. The sentence:

a) the simple sentence Rast. p.125-126

b) compound and complex sentences Rast. p.126-128

3. Word order Rast. p.128-129

SEMINAR 8

Old English vocabulary

1. General characteristics of Old English Rast. p.131-133

vocabulary

2. External means of enriching vocabulary Rast. p.133-138

3. Internal means of enriching vocabulary Rast. p.139-146

SEMINAR 9

I. Revision of the material

II. Achievement test

MIDDLE AND NEW ENGLISH PERIOD

SEMINAR 10

I Historical background of Middle and New English

1. The Scandinavian invasion Rast. p.149-151,

p.209-301

2. The Norman conquest Rast. p.151-154

II Spelling changes in Middle English Rast. p.184-187

III Analysis of the first 12 lines of “Canterbury Tales” by G.Chaucer

(I.P.Ivanova. “A Reader in Early English” pp.56-57 or

T.A.Rastorguyeva “History of English” pp. 187-188)

SEMINAR 11

I. Phonetic changes in Middle English

1. Changes in unstressed vowels Rast. p.190-191

2. Changes in stressed vowels Rast. p.191-200

II. Learn the passage from “Canterbury Tales”

by heart (1-12 lines)

SEMINAR 12

I. Phonetic changes in New English

1. The Great Vowel Shift Rast. p.200-204

2. Other changes in vowels Rast. p.204-208

3. Evolution in consonants in Middle Rast. p.209-214

and New English

II. Analyse the passage from “The tragedy of Macbeth”

by W. Shakespeare

SEMINAR 13

The Noun in Middle and New English

1. Decay of noun declensions Rast. p.222-224

2. Grammatical category of case Rast. p.224-228

3. Grammatical category of gender Rast. p. 224-226

4. Grammatical category of number Rast. p.228-229

SEMINAR 14

I. The Pronoun

1. Personal and possessive pronouns Rast. p.230-233

2. Demonstrative pronouns Rast. p.234-236

Development of articles

II. The Adjective Rast. p.234-240

III. Test

SEMINAR 15

The Verb in Middle and New English

1. Simplifying changes in the verb conjugation Rast. p.241-244

2. Changes in morphological classes of verbs Rast. p.249-252

a) strong verbs

b) weak verbs Rast. p.253-254

c) minor groups of verbs Rast. p.256-259

SEMINAR 16

Growth of new forms and grammatical categories

1. The future Tense Rast. p.260-262

2. The category of Voice Rast. p.267-268

3. The category of Time-correlation Rast. p.268-271

4. The category of Aspect Rast. p.271-274

SEMINAR 17

I. Development of the syntactic system in Middle and New English

1. The simple sentence Rast. p.281-283

2. The compound and complex sentence Rast. p.283-284

II. Causes of grammatical changes Rast. p.290-294

SEMINAR 18

Development of the English vocabulary in Middle and New English

  1. Types and sources of changes Rast. p.296 -299

  2. Scandinavian influence on the English vocabulary Rast. p.299-301

  3. Norman influence on the English vocabulary Rast. p.301-306

  4. Borrowing from different languages Rast. p.306-313

  5. History of word-formation Rast. p.313-328

SEMINAR 19

  1. Revision

  2. Final Test

Indo-European Languages

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