Results

Task 1:
Verb: tense, mood, number, person Noun: number, person, gender, case

Task 2:
Noun: plural Verb: third person singular present tense

	past tense
	comparatives
	verbals

Task 3:
e.g.: hair, fruit, coal, people, milk, furniture

Task 4:
1) Bring me my tool box.
2) I guess I should put on shoes.
3) We take it as a challenge to integrate in a natural way the newest discoveries of plate tectonics, marine geology, geochemistry and geophysics...
4) You have to take off the light fixture.
5) Just take a screw driver and take those off.

Task 5:
1. The tactical adjustment is the devoicing of /z/ to /s/ after voiceless obstruents.
2. Sonorants include vowels, glides, liquids, nasals and nonobstruents. They are produced by using relatively free airflow through the mouth or the nose. Some of them are: [l], [w], [r], [n].
3. -two Middle English changes

	a)	The voicing of fricatives in the margins of weak syllables
	b)	The deletion of certain weak vowels

-one ‘automatic’ tactical adjustment

Task 6:
1) he, she, we
2) these, those
3) myself, herself, ourselves
4) one another
5) yours, ours, hers
6) all, somebody
7) that, whose, whom
8) which, whose

Task 7:
- The pronoun T was used in intimate situations and when the speaker wanted to show the listeners his or her solidarity.
- The V-form indicated power and status between the interlocutors.

Task 8:
You:

- distal pronoun
- talks about business, unreal conditions and social superiors.
Thou:

- proximal pronoun
- topic was ”restricted to an immediate, factual or real present”

Task 9:

StrongWeak
transitiveintransitivetransitiveintransitive
to writeto goto believeto live
 to eat to talk
 to read to die
 to run to laugh
 to think to cry
 to sing to smell

Task 10:

PersonInd. PresentInd.Past
1 sing. icfeallefealle
2 sing. ğūfeallstfealle
3 sing. hēfealleşfealle
1 plur. wēfeallaşfeallen
2 plur. gēfeallaşfeallen
3 plur. hīefealfeallen

Task 11:
Old English: lyfde, hæfde, mede, bringan, geywan, nefne
Modern English: held, wanted, gained, made, proffer, give, find, have

It is possible that in a modern translation of an old text, more words are used because otherwise an adequate translation would be impossible or difficult to understand.

Task 12:

 hēlen, hēlde, hēledhelpen, halp, hulpen, holpen
moodPresentpastpresentpast
Indicative
IHēleHēlehelpehalp
thouHēlesthēldsthelpesthalpdst
heHēlethhēldehelpethhalp
we, ye, theyHēlenhēldenhelpenhulpen
Subjunctive
I, thou, heHēle---helpe---
we, ye, theyHēlenhēldenhelpenhulpen
Imperative
thouHēle---helpe---
yeHēlen---helpen---

Task 13:

 All verbshavedoothers
 -th-s-th-s-th-s-th-s
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Strong: might, spake, could
Weak: joined /-d/, bent /-t/, said /-d/, sharp-witted /-Vd/, answered /-d/, possessed /-t/, grieved /-d/, beloved /-d/, forced /-t/, accustomed /-d/, bestowed /-d/