In this tutorial you are asked to supply the form of an a-stem noun appropriate to its position in an Old English clause. To do this tutorial, you need to have studied chapter 13 in the text.
The nominative singular form is given in brackets. Assume for the purposes of the exercise that syncopation applies whenever it is possible, and that the Modern English prepositions used in the translations are reliable indicators of case.
Since the nominative is the 'citation' form under which Old English words are alphabetized, learning to associate other cases with the nominative will enable you to locate the entry for an Old English word in a glossary or dictionary without unnecessary effort.
When entering answers, 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.