The answers

It is possible that the word order which you used is slightly different, if you uses an adjective after a noun for example, that isn’t really incorrect. It is recommended to use a modern English word order, as this was most likely used too according to some linguists.


Lesson 1:

The helmet is here – Hilms ist her

Where is the helmet? – Hwar ist hilms?

Where are you? – Hwar is þu?

I am here – (Ik) im her

He isn’t here – Is nist her

Lesson
2:
Our word is with God – Unsar waurd ist miþ guþa/guda

Without law, there is no God – Inuh witoþ, nist guþ

God is with our king – Guþ ist miþ unsaramma þiudana

 (miþ makes king a dative. As king is masculine, unsar also uses the dative masculine form).

Where is God? He isn’t here – Hwar ist guþ? Is nist her.

He is a servant of God – Is ist skalks Guþis/Gudis

My servant and the king aren’t here – Meins skalks jah þiudans ni sind here (They are is “sind” and to make it negative you use,”ni”, which is used in front of a verb)

Lesson 3

Ik im in bokahusa. Jainar sind bokos. Her sind bokos.

Ik mag kunnan þata.

I ‘m in the library. There are books there. Here are books.

I can know that.

Translate:

(For the word sick, use the masculine form)

I can suppose that there is a God – (ik) mag kunnan þatei ist guþ

I am sick now – (ik) im siuks nu

I know now that my gift is there (place) – (ik) kann nu þatei meina giba ist jainar

Where is our gift? – Hwar ist unsara giba?

I am in the cinema, but where are you? – Ik im in filmahusa, iþ hwar is þu?

Lesson 4

What’s in the basket? – Hwa ist in tainjon?
My breastplate is strong – Meina brunjo ist swinþa
My name is – Mein namo ist
What’s your name? – Hwa ist þein namo?
I don’t know what his name is – Ni kann hwa is namo ist

Their gifts to the Gods – Ize/izo gibos (du) guþam/gudam
I suppose that the Gods can’t – (Ik) mann þatei guþa/guda ni magun

Lesson 5


1. I ‘m sick – (ik) im wiuks (m.) / (ik) im siuka (f.)

2. Their (m.) lord isn’t here today, but he is in their heart. – Ize frauja nist her himma daga, iþ (is) ist in ize hairtin.
Heart has the dative singular form because of “in”.

3. What’s that? – Hwa ist þata?

4. The word of the next day. – Waurd iftumins dagis.

5. I want a cup of water – Wiljau stikl watins

6. Do you want water? – Wileis wato?

7. I want you – Wiljau þuk

Lesson 6

Matthew 5:33

aftra hausideduþ .. = again you heard (plural)

1. This servant is sick – Sa skalks ist siuks

2. He wrote the names – Is melida namna

3. I wrote a letter to you (acc.) – Ik melida bokos þuk

4. The writing servant is here – (Sa) meljands skalks ist her

5. What do you want to do? – Hwa wileis taujan?

6. Without you, I can’t do that – Inuh þuk, (ik) ni mag taujan þata.

7. The body of that servant is big – Leik þis skalkis ist mikil

8. And again I write him a letter – Jah aftra (ik) melja ina bokos

9. The head of the writing servant is big – Haubiþ meljandins skalkis ist mikil

Lesson 7

We hear that now – Weis hausjam þata nu

What do we write now? – Hwa meljam nu?

Where were you yesterday? – Hwar wast gistradagis?

The gift of my son is here… where is your gift? – Giba meinis subaus ist her… hwar ist þeina giba?

I wasn’t there! You know that! – Ik ni was jainar! Kannt þata!

Where is he…. – Hwar ist is…

I was there without him yesterday – Ik was jainar inuh ina gistradagis

Very very soon, we’ll be there. – Filu filu sprauto, weis sijum jainar.

You weren’t in this place. – Þu ni wast in þamma stada.

I don’t know where this place is… – Ik ni kann hwar sa staþs ist…

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