[Loch-Ruadh] Speaking Forsoothly - Daily Lesson 10
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Fri Sep 8 09:28:41 PDT 2006
That is howeth thou dost roleth.
On 9/8/06, Pádraig Ruad Ó Maolagáin <padraig_ruad at irishbard.org> wrote:
> Daily Lesson 10
> Thee and Thou and all the rest...
> Using "thee", "thou" and other such second person singular references can
> be confusing. Here are some examples of how they are used and the
> language rule instances for each case:
> Thou wast in the pavilion. (one person, subject)
> Ye were in the pavilion. (several people, subject)
> I saw thee in the pavilion. (one person, object)
> I saw you in the pavilion. (several people, object)
> That is thy tent. (one person, possessive)
> That is your tent. (several people, possessive)
> That tent is thine. (one person, predicate possessive)
> That tent is yours. (several people, predicate possessive)
> Shakespearian Word/Phrase of the Day:
> 'Tis all one - it's all the same; makes no difference.
> "Whether we dine on fish or fowl, 'tis all one to me."
> Nunc est bibendum.
> Politicians prefer unarmed peasants.
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