sentences grammatical in both Old English and Modern English(Miscellany)
Mitchell and Robinson's _A Guide to Old English_ (OUP, 5th edition, 1992, ISBN 0-631-16657-2) starts its "Practice Sentences" section with a few of these. A sampling: Harold is swift. His hand is strong and his word grim. Late in life he went to his wife in Rome. Grind his corn for him and sing me his song. He swam west in storm and wind and frost. There is an English-to-Old-English Dictionary: _Wordcraft_, by Stephen Pollington (Anglo-Saxon Books, 1993, ISBN 1-898281-02-5).
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