Old English/Phrases

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Introduction: Introduction - Grammar - Orthography - I-mutation
Grammar: Nouns - Pronouns - Articles - Adjectives - Numbers - Verbs - Participles - Adverbs - Conjunctions - Prepositions - Interjections - Appositives - Word Formation -


The Old English greeting "Ƿes hāl"
Hello!
Ƿes hāl! (singular)
How are you doing?
Hū færst þū?
I'm doing good.
Iċ fare ƿel.
What is your name?
Hū hāttest þū?
My name is ______.
Iċ hātte ______.
Please
Iċ bidde þē
Thank you
Iċ þanciġe þē
Yes
Ġēa
No
Nese
I'm sorry
Mē ofþyncþ
Goodbye
Bēo ġesund
Do you speak English?
Spricst þū Englisċ?
I don't speak English
Iċ ne sprece Englisċ
Does anyone here speak English?
Spricþ hēr ǣniġ mann Englisċ?
Good morning
Gōdne morgen
Good evening
Gōdne ǣfen
Good night
Gōde niht
I don't understand
Iċ ne understande