Tutorial #9: Use of Strong Adjectives

In this tutorial, you are asked to identify the strong adjective form appropriate to the clause in which it appears.

The citation form of the adjective (nominative singular masculine, strong) is supplied between brackets.

In some items, the declension of the noun is indicated so that you can get the necessary information from it.

When no other evidence is available, assume that the preposition in the Modern English translation is a reliable guide to case.

When entering answers, in general please use thorn (þ) at the beginning of a word and eth (ð) otherwise.

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