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Middle High German Verbs

eBook (PDF), 436 Pages
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Middle High German Verbs presents an in-depth look at Middle High German (MHG) verbs, with tables of the most common verbs, fully conjugated. MHG was the language of the great literary works of the Middle Ages in the German speaking world, including Iwein, Parzival, Tristan, Minnelieder, Nibelungenlied, and Gudrun. The reader using only a dictionary will have a difficult task figuring out what the proper infinitive form of a given verb instance might be. This book provides a comprehensive reference for MHG verbs to help you read and translate the great works of the period. The book presents an in-depth look at the makeup of MHG verbs, including grammatical concepts, in easy to understand language. It presents 340 of the most common verbs that exhibit some type of irregularity; each verb has its own page with translations, principle parts, and full conjugation for all appropriate numbers, persons, tenses, and moods. This book will be an important addition to your German linguistic and... More > literature references.< Less
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Published
October 27, 2011
Language
English
Pages
436
File Format
PDF
File Size
3.52 MB

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