Below are some Old English poetic excerpts with a bracketed class I verb in the citation form (the uninflected infinitive).
You are asked to identify the form of the verb appropriate to its phrase or clause. The form of the subject noun or pronoun will often provide the information you need.
For the purposes of this tutorial, assume that subjunctive forms are used whenever they would be appropriate (in hypothetical statements, etc.) and that inflected infinitives are used in all clauses translated into Modern English with for...to.
When entering answers, in general please use thorn (þ) at the beginning of a word and eth (ð) otherwise.
If your first try is incorrect, you will be given 4 possible choices for the answer. Keep trying until you get the right answer, at which point you will be given some comments and presented with the next question.