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Old Church Slavonic Online

Table of Contents

Todd B. Krause and Jonathan Slocum

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Lessons

0. Introduction to Old Church Slavonic
1. Luke 12:16-21
2. Matthew 14:1-12
3. Matthew 20:30-34
4. John 11:1-23
5. Matthew 4:1-5
6. Matthew 5:1-13
7. Luke 2:1-20
8. from the Suffering of the 40 Martyrs
9. from the Life of Good King Wencelaus
10. from the Life of Constantine

Grammar Points

1. The Alphabet
2. The Sound System
3. Noun Inflection and the Twofold Nominal Declension
     3.1. o, jo-Stem Nouns
     3.2. a, ja-Stem Nouns
4. Verb Inflection
     4.1. Present Tense
     4.2. Imperfect Tense
5. Word Order
6. Palatalization and Reduced Vowels
     6.1. Palatalization of Velars
     6.2. Softening Chart
7. Reduced Vowels
     7.1. Strong and Weak Jers
     7.2. Tense Jers
8. Personal Pronouns
     8.1. First and Second Person Pronouns
     8.2. Reflexive Pronoun
     8.3. Third Person Pronoun
9. The Present System of Verbs
10. Conjunctions and Particles
11. i-Stem and u-Stem Nouns
     11.1. i-Stem Nouns
     11.2. u-Stem Nouns
12. o- and a-Stem Adjectives
13. Pronominal Declension
14. The Aorist System
     14.1. Asigmatic Aorist
     14.2. Sigmatic Aorist
     14.3. New Aorist
15. Genitive Objects and Negation
16. Consonant Stem Nouns
     16.1. v-Stem Nouns
     16.2. n-Stem Nouns
17. Compound Forms of Adjectives
18. The l-Participle
19. Prefixes and Prepostitions
20. Adjectives
21. Further Consonant Stem Nouns
     21.1. s-Stem Nouns
     21.2. nt-Stem Nouns
     21.3. r-Stem Nouns
22. Comparative and Superlative Adjectives
     22.1. Short Form of the Comparative
     22.2. Long Form of the Comparative
     22.3. Comparatives without Positive Bases
     22.4. The Superlative
23. Relatives, Interrogatives, and Indefinites
     23.1. The Relative Pronoun
     23.2. The Interrogative Pronoun and Adjective
     23.3. Indefinite Pronouns and Adjectives
24. Compound Tense Formation
     24.1. The Perfect
     24.2. The Pluperfect
     24.3. The Future
     24.4. The Future Perfect
25. The Nominative and Vocative Cases
26. The Present Active Participle
27. The Conditional of byti and the Conditional-Optative Mood
28. The First Conjugation
29. The Accusative Case
30. Participles
31. Past Participles
     31.1. Past Participle Active
     31.2. Past Participle Passive
32. Present Participle Passive
33. Second Conjugation
34. Genitive Case
35. Passive Voice, , and Reflexive Verbs
     35.1. Passive Voice
     35.2. and Reflexive Verbs
36. The Verbal Noun
37. The Third Conjugation
38. The Locative Case
39. The Dative Case
     39.1. The Dative with Infinitive
     39.2. The Dative Absolute
40. Negation
41. The Fourth Conjugation
42. The Conjugation of xotěti
43. The Instrumental Case
44. Numerals
45. Verb Use
     45.1. The Present Tense
     45.2. The Future Tense
46. Invariable Verbal Forms
     46.1. The Infinitive and Supine
     46.2. The Gerund
     46.3. The Verbal Form sętŭ
47. The Fifth Conjugation
48. 'Have' and 'Take' Verbs
49. Verb Use
     49.1. The Aorist
     49.2. The Imperfect
50. Verbal Aspect
     50.1. Aspect Morphology
     50.2. Further Refinements