Old English Pronouns

Old English Pronouns

Author: Brian Mead

To introduce the language of Shakespeare's Old English

To prepare to read and understand the writing of Shakespeare.

To understand Shakespeare's Old English writing we will look are pronoun words of thee, thou, thy, thine, ye and common word order.

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Introduction to Old English Pronouns

This short video explains the bell assignment for the day that you will use in an exercise at the end of the next video. If you have missed the in-class activity, you may do this with anyone outside of class.

Old English Pronouns Introduction

This video will explain the use of thee, thou, thy, thine, and ye in Old English. Be sure to follow the assignment at the end of the video.