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in this instructable you will learn to talk in old english.
Hath thou intrestedith?
what you will need is some time to read this.

Step 1: words

hath:how,why,when
yonder:over there or afar
thou:you,your
Thy:me,my,i
Verily:quickly
huzzah(hurrah):a celebration yell
ye:the
art:Are
betwixst:between
dost:does
nary:never
nigh:near
hither:here
beseech:beg
prithee:please
thine:your
whence:where
wilt:will
yonder:over there or afar
tither:there
wert: were
Naught:naughty
shalt:shall
This is a great Instructable, but you need to add a main image of the final project to the intro step. Please do that and leave me a message when you have so that we can publish your work. Thanks!
Hey, this is a great instructable and is very informative. Just one thing is missing... pictures! It really helps a lot when trying to follow directions so you should consider taking some photographs. Once you do that and leave me a message when you have so that we can publish your work. Thanks! Thanks for the cool instructable and we hope to publish this soon!
Hey, this is a great instructable and is very informative. Just one thing is missing... pictures! It really helps a lot when trying to follow directions so you should consider taking some photographs. Once you do that and leave me a message when you have so that we can publish your work. Thanks! Thanks for the cool instructable and we hope to publish this soon!
First off practically none of this is old English it is Early Modern English and practically every definition is completely wrong<br>Hath means has<br>Thou only means you in the singular and it can't mean possessive <br>Thy means your <br>Verily means definintly or very<br>Ye means you plural<br>Thine means yours <br>Wilt means wilt<br>Naught means not<br>I don't know where you got your &quot;facts&quot; but try not being a complete retard before posting something on the Internet
<p>I want to learn old english. Not early modern english.</p>
This is early modern english. This is certainly not old english, or even middle english for that matter. <br><br>wes &thorn;u hal!! (May you be whole)
you forgot ye! Many people see ye on the front of a pub, but that was the 27th letter in the alphabet pronounced th, the origin of the
Actually, it's called thorn: &thorn;
thank you! i honestly did forget.
ok,read it again.you`ll find a diffrence.
:)
Oi! Hither be-est ay fiew moore wordes: art - are, betwixst - between, dost - does, nary - never (a), nigh - near, hither - here, I beseech thee - I beg you prithee - please (lit. Pray thee) thine - your, tither - there, whence - (from) where, wilt - will, yonder - over there/afar
sure I forgot ye, but i was completely unaware of all of the ones you posted! thank you.

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