This is a custom-built memorization utility, currently accommodating the following sets of flashcards:
|Old English Oddities
|Selected shorter sentences
|Old English Poetics
|Rhythm and alliteration exercises
|Identification of alliteration and lifts (on the line level)
|Identification of Sievers types and other metrical features (on the verse level)
|old norse @ langeslag / Aufbaumodul 2: Old Norse Language and Literature (2016–2017)
|Pronoun paradigms for Old English and Old Norse, side by side.
|Inflected verb forms.
|Synthesised word forms, phrases, and simple clauses by which to test your knowledge of Old Norse grammar.
|Real Old Norse sentences demonstrating various inflectional patterns.
|Valfells and Cathey vocabulary
|The vocabulary items from the first several chapters of Old Icelandic: An Introductory Course.
|Old English Literature (lecture course, 2015–2016)
|Lists of concepts for a range of themes to do with Anglo-Saxon literature and culture. (I need to fix a bug in the PHP that causes a muddled display of week numbers in the left-hand panel.)
|Aufbaumodul 2: The Old Testament in Anglo-Saxon England (2019–2020)
|Selective vocabulary sets for the various readings of this course.
|Advanced Old Norse (2013)
|Egils saga advanced vocabulary
|Chapter-by-chapter vocabulary items for Egils saga, with the omission of the more common words.
|Oratory Latin (2009–2013)
|Vocabulary with Collins’s Primer of Ecclesiastical Latin, based on Paul Denisowski’s sets.
|Latin IV vocabulary
|Words encountered in Psalms and liturgical readings.
|ENG240Y Old English (2010–2011)
|In Parentheses vocabulary
|a vocabulary set modified from the first five pages of the In Parentheses set
|the prepositions from the class slides
|the modals from the class slides
|strong verb vocabulary
|the vocabulary and class numbers from the longer strong verb handout
|straightforward strong verb reconstruction
|recognizing strong verb forms from the shorter strong verb handout
|full strong verb reconstruction
|recognizing strong verb forms from the longer strong verb handout
|all 222 example sentences used in the Fall term grammar lectures
|cumulative translation vocab
|vocabulary from the glossaries to the spring quizzes, updated fortnightly