Unformatted text preview: etymology obscure the effects of sound laws and how this is opposed to the Neogrammarian Hypothesis. 6. List the ten branches of the Indo-European language family. 7. Apply Grimm's Law to produce the English consonants corresponding to the reconstructed PIE consonants as given by cognate forms. e.g., Skt. j ivas, Lat. v ivus, Gk b ios (<* g w iH 3 wos) = Eng ___ick Skt. pip arti, Lat. p or-ta, Gk. p eraō = Eng ___are Skt. h ari, Lat. h olus, Gk. kh lo-ros (< *gh el-) = Eng ___old Skt. d rnāti, Gk. d erō = Eng ___ear 8. Apply the Great English Vowel Shift to Old English terms to produce the modern descendant. e.g., OE sōð = NE s____th OE h r ǣ = NE h____r OE sacu = NE s___ke OE ūre = NE ____r OE hwīl = NE wh___le OE gā = NE g___...
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- Fall '08
- Ode, Grimm, Great English Vowel, English Vowel Shift, family tree model