A concise dictionary of Middle English by A. L. Mayhew, Walter W. Skeat PDF

By A. L. Mayhew, Walter W. Skeat

ISBN-10: 1161416757

ISBN-13: 9781161416756

A Concise Dictionary of heart English From A.D. 1150 To 1580.

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2. Elena meets her old friend Viktor. He introduces her to Tamara. B6 Professions and occupations ù GhjaÏccbb b pfy½nbz Match the following words with the pictures. Number the pictures on this and the next page appropriately. Write out all the words putting them into alphabetical order. 1. gbfy¹cn 2. if[vfn¹cn 3. ubl 4. aendjk¹cn 5. neh¹cn 6. ija/h 7. a¹pbr 8. ^hfx 9. [¹vbr 10. ;ehyfk¹cn 11. irÆkmybr 12. ajnÆuhfa 31 Course materials B7 ' What are they called and what do they do? ù TuÆ pj^Ôn . .

Masculine nouns, pronouns and adjectives end in a consonant, -m or -q (<Ïksq ljv); feminine nouns, pronouns and adjectives end in -f or -z (<Ïkfz u^Ählbz); neuter nouns, pronouns and adjectives end in -j or -t (dÏkjt ^byÆ). 35 Course materials D3 p Locating people ù Ult JkÏu? Ñ Ult JkÏu? Ñ Djn jy. lv¹kf ? Ñ Djn jyÄ. Ñ Ult gÄgf ? Ñ Djn jy. Ñ Ult vÄvf b gÄgf ? Ñ Djn jy¹. Note that a number of masculine nouns end in -f or -z. 3). Using the names you have come across to date, design a set of ¯ashcards and practise asking where people are.

19. 20. 22. 23. 24. prose row satire place / seat Moscow screen sports hall chocolate cinema stalls culture truth music humour price Down: ïî âåðòèêàëè 1. 2. 8. 10. 12. 13. 15. 16. 18. 19. 21. 26 crossword perestroika telephone stadium (tennis) court democratisation ticket chess radio computer asphalt Introductory unit 27 UNIT 1 ypok In this unit you will learn how to: . . . identify people and places greet people and take your leave locate people and objects give directions use Russian in classroom conversation Classwork A Identifying people A1 Russian names Ð HÔccrbt bvtyf` Read through the following list of names.

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