Remis wrote:Whoops, hi guys. I haven't been on Unilang in ages and as such had more or less forgotten this thread.
Nice to see that I'm not the only one crazy enough to attempt Old Norse, haha.
Speaking of, thanks to my friend's dad I now own a PDF of An Introduction to Old Norse by E.V. Gordon. If anyone's interested in it, I could probably figure out a way to upload it (MegaUpload or something similar)?
Remis wrote:A New Introduction to Old Norse (aka the 3 volume textbook set) is awesome, just sayin'. I have it in physical form and it's pretty much "the" Old Norse textbook(s).
księżycowy wrote:I hope to pick up a physical copy soon, if they ever get back to me!
Æren wrote:Last night I put the New Introduction to Old Norse on my e-reader and today read a part of it.
It seemed to me a bit boring at first, because it was giving hints all the time how to escape mis-recognizing of the forms. Old Icelandic. An Introductory Course seems to have a better approach in my view, because it gives the thematic vowel of the noun and thus solves the problem of certain forms in the paradigma.
Today New Introduction to Old Norse almost convinced me to switch to the modern pronunciation.
Which one do you, learners of Old Norse, prefer and use?
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