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26. "dara hwset" 'something of those'. 3. Pronoun phrase headed by a personal pronoun The modifier, either eall or self, is adjectival. 17. 26. 13. 8. 7. 9. "for us eallum" 'for us all'. 3. "Ac eall diss aredaö se reccere suiöe ryhte" 'But all this the ruler arranges very rightly'. 8. 27. 19. "öaet hi hit selfe dydon" 'that they themselves did it'. 3. 1. Seven hundred and forty clauses, or approximately twenty-one percent of the total, have a complex verb. 2. 1. ne bid he oncnawen from Gode. 10.
24. & magon hiera niehstum sua nytte beon, 'and they can be so useful to their neighbors,' b. 5. öonne öearf biö. 3. 7. & öy unwaesömbaerran waeren. 8. Table 1 gives the frequencies of clause-types to the nearest one-half of one percent. The notation "O" is to be read as less than one-half of the one percent. TABLE I Frequencies of Clause Type 1. 2. 3. Subtype a. b. a. b. c. d. e. f. a. b. c. d. e. f. 4. 5. 6. a. b. a. b. SV VS SVO SOV VSO VOS OSV OVS SVC SCV VSC CSV CVS VCS V VO OV VC CV Number in Subtype 1055 238 368 606 83 17 292 39 165 58 15 21 7 3 230 146 129 36 7 Percent of Type 82 18 26 44 6 1 21 2 61 21 6 8 3 1 100 53 47 84 16 Types Percent of Total 30 7 10 17 3 0 8 1 5 1 0 1 0 0 6 4 4 1 0 Number in Type Percent of Total 1293 37 1405 40 269 8 230 6 275 8 43 1 2.
21. Hwseöres . . 30. 2. hwaet. . 24. 3. 15. "on anes hwaem" 'in each one'. We also find one example each of a pronoun and a demonstrative. 22. 26. "dara hwset" 'something of those'. 3. Pronoun phrase headed by a personal pronoun The modifier, either eall or self, is adjectival. 17. 26. 13. 8. 7. 9. "for us eallum" 'for us all'. 3. "Ac eall diss aredaö se reccere suiöe ryhte" 'But all this the ruler arranges very rightly'. 8. 27. 19. "öaet hi hit selfe dydon" 'that they themselves did it'. 3. 1.