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(b) From Old to Modern English

Åkerlund, A 1911. On the History of the Definite Tenses in English. Cambridge: Heffer and Sons.

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(c) Old and Middle English

Anderson, John M. 1984. "Theh Natural History of Dative Sentences" In Blake and Jones 1984. 241-78.

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