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For an explanation of the notions of borrowing, analogy, amalgamation, clipping and sound change mentioned in these examples, see Chapters 2, 3, 4 and A glance at the chapter titles of this book reveals the major ones. In effect, any aspect of a language's structure can change, and therefore we are concerned with learning to apply accurately the techniques that have been developed for dealing with these kinds of changes, with sound change, grammatical change, semantic change, borrowing, 6 Introduction analogy and so on, and with understanding and evaluating the basic assumptions upon which these historical linguistic methods are based.

We can begin to get an appreciation for the various sorts of changes Ihat are possible in language by comparing a small sample from various sluges of English.

This exercise compares Matthew from translaIions of the Bible at different time periods, starting with the present and working back to Old English. Modern English The New English Bible, : Shortly afterwards the bystanders carne up and said to Peter, 'Surely you are another of them; your accent gives you away!

Early Modern English The King James Bible, : And after a while carne vnto him they that stood by, and saide to Peter, Surely thou also art one of them, for thy speech bewrayeth thee. Middle English The Wycliff Bible, fourteenth century : And a litil aftir, thei that stooden camen, and seiden to Petir, treuli thou art of hem; for thi speche makith thee knowun.

Soolice I'u eart of hym, I'yn sprrec I'e gesweotolao. Truly thou art of them, thy speech thee makes clear. This word was archaic already in the seventeenth century und has been replaced by other words. It meant 'to malign, speak evil of, to expose a deception '.

In this context, it means that Peter's way of speaking, his accent, gives him away. In earlier times, English, like other Gennanic languages, had a rule which essentially inverted the subject and verb when preceded by other material though this rule was not obligatory in English as it is in Gennan , so that because and after a while comes first in the sentence, they camt is inverted to came they. This rule has for the most part been lost in Modern English.

Another grammatical change syntactic and 7 Historical Linguistics: An Introduction morphological is seen in the difference between thou. In vnto for modem unto we see a minor change in orthographic convention.

One could tell whether the vowel or consonant value was intended only in context - a v between consonants, for example, would most likely represent luI. More revealing examples of changes in orthography are seen below in the Old English text.

In thou formerly pronounced 1Bu. Examples of kinds of changes seen in the comparison of the Middle English text with later versions include, among others, 1 Sound change: final -n was lost by regular sound change under certain conditions for example, not in past participles, such as written , as seen in the comparison of Middle English stooden, camen and seiden with their modern equivalents stood, came and said.

When final -n was lost by sound change, the grammatical change was hrought about that verbs no longer had this agreement marker -n for the plural persons. Between Old English c.

Some of the kinds represented in this text include I Lexical change: there are instances of loss of vocabulary items represented by the words in this short verse, namely geneaki:ton 'approached', cwredon 'said' compare archaic quoth , soolice 'truly'.

For example, the loss of final -n in certain circumstances mentioned above is also illustrated inpyn 'thy' modem 'your' inpyn sprrec 'thy speech' Imodem 'your accent'D.

English vowels underwent a number of changes. This is seen in the comparison of some of the Old English words with their Modem English equivalents: Sod]ice Iso:O-1 J;1u 10u:1 J;1yn 10i:nI J;1e 10e:1 soothly IsuO-1 'soothly, truly' thou Idaul thy Idail thee Idil 3 Grammatical: the change mentioned above, the loss of the subjectverb inversion when other material preceded in the clause, is seen in u comparison of geneaki:ton pa 'approached they' with the modem counterpart for 'they approached'.

The loss of case endings is seen in after lytlum, where the -um 'dative plural' is lost and no longer required ufter prepositions such as after. The same change which was already mentioned above in the Middle English text is seen again in the loss of the -n 'third person plural' verbal agreement marker, in geneaki:ton ' they approached', stodon ' they stood' and cwredon ' they said'.

Another change is the loss of the prefix ge- of geneaki:ton 'approached' and gesweotolao 'shows'. Old Englishp 'thorn' and 0 'eth' have been dropped and are spelled today with th for both the voiceless 9 and voiced 0 dental fricatives.

The Ie called 'ash', from Old English lese, its name in the runic alphabet is also no longer used.

The various sorts of changes illustrated in this short text are the subject matter of the chapters of this book. Try to find letters to newspapers or columns in newspapers or magazines which express opinions on the quality of English in use today and changes that are taking place. What do you think they reveal about attitudes towards language change? Ask your friends, family and associates what they think about language today; do they think it is changing, and if so, is it getting better or worse?

Find books or articles on 'proper' English prescriptive grammar ; do they reveal any attitude towards changes that are going on in today's language? Consider the many things that schoolteachers or school grammar books warn you against as being 'wrong' or 'bad grammar'. Do any of these involve changes in the language?

Compare books on etiquette written recently with some written thirty years ago or more; find the sections which deal with appropriate ways of speaking and use of the language.


What changes have taken place in the recommendations made then and now? Do these reveal anything about change in the language or in language use?

Exercise 1. For example, if you are old enough, you might observe that gay has changed its basic 10 Introduction meaning: today it mostly means 'homosexual' although until recently it did not have this meaning, but rather meant only 'happy, cheerful'. Slang changes at a rather fast rate; what observations might you make about recent slang versus earlier slang? Can you find examples of ongoing change in other areas of the language besides just vocabulary?

This can, of course, be misleading, since spelling conventions are sometimes used for other purposes than just to represent pronunciation. Try to find examples of recent differences in spelling or of misspellings and then try to imagine what they might mean, say, to future linguists looking back trying to determine what changed and when it changed. For example, you might compare the spelling lite with light, gonna with going to, wannabee with want to be.

In particular, variations in spellings can be very revealing; see if you can find examples which may suggest something about language change. Think about each example and attempt to state what changes have taken place in the language that would account for the differences you see in the constructions mentioned in the headings, the negatives, auxiliary verbs and so on. For example, in the first one we see: Saw you the weird sisters?

The modem English equivalent would be Did you see the weird sisters?

The difference between consonants and vowels

Had the heading directed your attention to yes-no questions, you would attempt to state what change had taken place, from former saw you with inversion from you saw to the modem version which no longer involves inversion but requires a form of do did you see which was not utilised in Shakespeare's version.

Treatment of negatives: 1. Saw you the weird sisters? Came they not by you? Macbeth 4, 1 2. I know thee not, old man: fall to thy prayers Henry V 5,5 3. I will not budge for no man's pleasure Romeo and Juliet 3, 1 9. I cannot weep, nor answer have I none Othello 4,2 I am not sorry neither Othello 5, 2 Treatment of auxiliary verbs: 1. She comes more nearer earth than she was wont Othello 5,2 2.

This was the most unkindest cut of all Julius Caesar 3, 2 3. We are such stuff as dreams are made on The Tempest 4, 1 3. He which hath no stomach to this fight, let him depart Henry V, 4,3 Differences in verb agreement inflections endings on the verbs which agree with the subject : 1. The quality of mercy is not strain' d It droppeth as the gentle rain from heaven Upon the place beneath: it is twice blessed; It blesseth him that gives and him that takes The Merchant of Venice 4, 1 2.

It is presented three lines at a time: the first is from Chaucer's lext; the second is a word-by-word translation, with some of the relevant grammatical morphemes indicated; the third is a modem trans laI ion. The story was first posted in Wattpad in under the name of Stop, In the Name of Love but then, the author changed the title to Voiceless.

The story earned more than 9 million reads and , votes as of May 16, even though the story was deleted in to prevent plagiarism for the publishing of the novel.

In May , the series was announced for a movie adaptation by Viva Films. The author of the series stated that Voiceless movie's rights was bought at the same time when Diary ng Panget 's movie rights were bought.

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