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Gothic Online

Table of Contents

Todd B. Krause and Jonathan Slocum

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Lessons

0. Introduction to Gothic
1. Luke 2:1-14
2. Luke 2:41-52
3. John 6:1-14
4. Luke 4:1-13
5. Matt 6:1-15
6. Mark 4:1-12
7. Mark 9:2-13
8. Skeireins IV c16-d23
9. Mark 16:1-12
10. 1 Cor. 13:1-12

Grammar Points

1. The Alphabet
2. The Sound System
     2.1. Consonants
     2.2. Vowels
     2.3. Syllables and Stress
3. Noun Inflection and Strong Declension
     3.1. a/ja/wa-Stems
     3.2. ō//-Stems
4. Strong Verb Conjugation
     4.1. Strong Verb Classes
     4.2. Active Paradigm
     4.3. Mediopassive Paradigm
5. Word Order and Concord
6. Sound Rules
     6.1. Rules Characterizing Germanic: Grimm's and Verner's Laws
     6.2. Rules Characterizing Gothic
     6.3. Sound Changes in Gothic Strong Preterites
7. Strong Declension
     7.1. i-Stems
     7.2. u-Stems
8. Personal Pronouns
     8.1. First and Second Person Pronouns
     8.2. Third Person Pronouns
9. Weak Verb Conjugation
     9.1. Weak Verb Classes
     9.2. Active Paradigm
     9.3. Mediopassive Paradigm
10. Particles and Conjunctions
11. Strong Declension
     11.1. r-Stems
     11.2. nd-Stems
     11.3. Other Consonant Stems
12. Demonstratives and the Definite Article
13. Adjectives: Strong Declension
     13.1. a/ja/wa-Stems
     13.2. i-Stems
     13.3. u-Stems
     13.4. Possessive Adjectives
14. Past Participle
     14.1. Formation
     14.2. Past Participle Usage
15. Prepositions
16. Weak Nominal Declension
     16.1. an/jan/wan-Stems
     16.2. ōn/jōn/wōn-Stems
     16.3. īn-Stems
17. Adjectives: Weak Declension
     17.1. Weak Adjective Formation
     17.2. Comparative, Superlative, and Intensive Adjectives
18. Relatives, Interrogatives, and Indefinites
     18.1. Relatives
     18.2. Interrogatives
     18.3. Indefinites
19. Present Participle
20. Adjective Use
21. Distributive and Negative Pronouns and Adjectives
     21.1. Distributives
     21.2. Negatives
22. Numerals
     22.1. Cardinals and Ordinals
     22.2. Numeral Declension
     22.3. Distributive and Multiplicative Numerals
     22.4. Numeral Adverbs
23. The First Strong Conjugation
24. The Second Strong Conjugation
25. Adverbs
     25.1. General
     25.2. Negation, Affirmation, and Interrogation
     25.3. Temporal Adverbs
     25.4. Local Adverbs
     25.5. Comparison of Adverbs
26. The Third Strong Conjugation
27. The Fourth Strong Conjugation
28. The Nominative Case
29. The Accusative Case
30. The Infinitive
     30.1. Uses of the Infinitive
     30.2. Use of Cases with the Infinitive
31. The Fifth Strong Conjugation
32. The Sixth Strong Conjugation
33. The Genitive Case
34. The Dative Case
35. The Conjunctions ei, þei, and þatei
36. The Seventh Strong Conjugation
37. Weak Verbs and the First Weak Conjugation
     37.1. Basic Formation of Weak Verbs
     37.2. The First Weak Conjugation
38. The Second Weak Conjugation
39. The Subjunctive
     39.1. Present Subjunctive
     39.2. Past Subjunctive
40. Tense and Aspect
     40.1. The ga- Prefix
     40.2. Future
     40.3. Historical Present
41. The Third Weak Conjugation
42. The Fourth Weak Conjugation
43. Preterite-Present Verbs
44. Anomalous Verbs
45. Word Derivation
     45.1. Nominal and Adjectival Prefixes
     45.2. Nominal Suffixes
     45.3. Adjectival Suffixes
     45.4. Verbal Prefixes
     45.5. Verbal Suffixes
46. Introduction to Crimean Gothic
47. The Corpus of Crimean Gothic
48. Phonology
     48.1. Informant Interference
     48.2. Fieldworker Interference
49. Morphology
     49.1. Substantives
     49.2. Verbs
50. Syntax