Re: New, and some questions
- Hi Maringa,
This online textbook has a good set of paradigms. As you'll see, not all nouns of a particular gender are declined alike.
--- In email@example.com, "maringa713" <maringa713@...> wrote:
> I'm maringa713. I joined a little over a week ago. I looked through the files and downloaded the Lessons, both to learn a bit of the language and for a project I'm working on. (Like Tolkien, I like constructing languages and worlds, but I am a writer first.) None of the lessons I saw mentioned the feminine or neuter nouns, or how to conjugate them. Can anyone point me in the direction of some resources for these paradigms in Old Norse/Old Icelandic.
> Thank you.
"So i suggest you just stick to the lessons, and start with understanding that,
and later on you can move on :b
to start with all genders is too much, and will confuse you.
I got lots of material, just ask ^^"
I know you're just making sure that I don't get overloaded, but I already have the basics of the lessons. I still need to memorize the vocabulary, but I don't get confused easily.
This online textbook has a good set of paradigms. As you'll see, not all nouns of a particular gender are declined alike."
Thank you, I bookmarked this for later since it's late now. I'll try to make my next post at least partially in Old Norse.