Commas are a feature of sentence structure. There is no word or phrase in English that requires one. The formula "as well as" may appear properly with no commas at all, with one before or one after, all depending on the clause and the sense.When it means "with the same skill or success" it never has commas: I speak french as well as he does.When it means "too, also" it may take a comma before, depending on its place in the clause: I have my passport and my driver's license, and some local cash as well.OR I have some local cash, as well as my passport and driver's license.I am old as well as Aisha
Commas are used to help a sentence flow and make more sense. In the sentence 'the large heavy oak front door swung open to reveal her old aunt Martha, the commas will go as follows; The large, heavy, oak, front door swung open to reveal her old aunt Martha.
It's root are the Old English word Twinn and the Old Norse word Tvinnr, which mean "both" or "double".
English [Middle English] (old England) Gode dei English [Old English] (old Britain) Ic grete þe
Old English was from 450 - 1100
No. In English we say "How old are you?"
Old English is the type of English that was spoken between the years 875 and 1100.
The double bass is about 50-95 years old.
In Old English they did not use the letter k but the word "cyle" is the Old English word for "cold".
Old Croatian SighthoundOld Danish PointerOld English Bulldog (extinct)Olde English BulldoggeOld English SheepdogOld English TerrierOtterhound
_no you cant because old English is just the same to modern English....
Different tribes changed Old English words, and eventually, it evolved into the English we have today.
In 1598, old Norse influenced old English with great cooking and independance.
Old English was a diverse group of dialects.
Beowulf is the Old English spelling of Beowulf.
Thee and thou mean "you" in old english.
In Old English, elegy is more of a "mode" or manner of
The English Mastiff is an old breed. Designed by the puritans for mating purposes the English mastiff is about 200 years old
Lyn (Old English), Linn (Old English), Lyndon( Old English), Len (German), and Lin (Old English) are male names that sounds like Linda. The Old English names mean "linden tree hill" The German means "lion strength"
Modern English is the language that Shakespeare wrote in, and is not very different from our English. However, Old English is the language of Beowulf, and is very different from our English.
There aren't any online translators for Old English. You would need to find a person that speaks Old English, perhaps a college professor.
ME - gode, OE - gād = spearhead. (ME- Middle English, OE- Old English)
the old English word for yes is yea
what differnce between the old and the modern english
Old English is modern English's ancestor. OE dates from approx. 450 - 1100 AD. American English is a dialect of "English"