By Simon Horobin
Книга An creation to heart English An advent to center English Книги Иностранные языки Автор: Simon Horobin , Jeremy Smith Год издания: 2003 Формат: pdf Издат.:Oxford college Press, united states Страниц: 192 Размер: 2,3 ISBN: 0195219503 Язык: Английский0 (голосов: zero) Оценка:This authoritative survey bargains a concise description of heart English, the language of Chaucer, in the course of the interval from 1100 to 1500. center English is mentioned with regards to either previous and later phases within the heritage of English and in regard to different languages with which it got here into touch. The publication covers the primary positive factors of heart English spelling, pronunciation, grammar, and vocabulary and likewise introduces center English textual reviews.
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02 pages 001-184 29/1/03 16:27 Page 35 MIDDLE ENGLISH IN USE 35 Samuels in 1963 offered what has become the seminal account of the evolution of ‘Types’ of what he called ‘incipient standard’ during the fourteenth and ﬁfteenth centuries: Type I: Central Midlands Standard ( ‘Wyclifﬁte’) Type II: Earlier fourteenth-century London ( ‘Auchinleck’) Type III: Later fourteenth-/early ﬁfteenth-century London (‘Ellesmere’) Type IV: Post-1430 London ( ‘Chancery’/’King’s English’) These types represent, within the cline of ME usages, focused varieties found in several manuscripts, characterised by the prototypical appearance of particular forms.
Lo, here, the wise kyng, daun Salomon; I trowe he hadde wyues many oon. As wolde god it leueful were to me To be refresshed half so ofte as he! Which yifte of god hadde he for alle hise wyuys! No man hath swich that in this world alyue is. God woot, this noble king, as to my wit, The ﬁrste nyght hadde many a murye ﬁt 21 02 pages 001-184 22 29/1/03 16:27 Page 22 AN INTRODUCTION TO MIDDLE ENGLISH With ech of hem, so wel was hym on lyue. Blessed be God that I haue wedded fyue! Wel come the sixte, whan 2at euere he shal.
Give an account of the changing relationships between Latin, French and English during the ME period. 2. ’ Discuss. 3. Give an account of Samuels’s four ‘Types’ of incipient standard varieties of English (see Samuels 1963). 4. In the Wakeﬁeld Second Shepherds’ Play, the character Mak is described as having a southren tothe. What is the signiﬁcance of this description for our understanding of the evolution of standardised spoken English? Recommendations for reading Most of the issues raised in this chapter are discussed in the standard histories of English, for which see Chapter 1.