Wed 13 Oct 2010
be able to write out the wrītan-paradigm, indicative only (slides f04a, p. 2), length marks and all;
when given a preterite indicative verb form, be able to distinguish between strong and weak, and parse for person and number (see again slides f04a, p. 2, and §§110–126; example sentences are on slides f04c, last page); be prepared to use context (esp. personal and demonstrative pronouns as well as nouns) to determine person where the verb does not reveal this information;
the sense, not the conjugation, of modals (slides f04b, p. 4; §§206–211); i.e. when given the infinitive form of a modal, be able to provide one or more modern English sense translations;
pp. 1–4 of the vocabulary flashcards (the pages starting mann, þurh, agan, and gif).