This book, written in an intentionally informal style, aims to make Old Irish grammar more accessible to students of all backgrounds. The material is based on handouts that have been used by students in Old Irish grammar courses at various universities for over a decade, and comments and suggestions for improvements offered by both students and instructors have been incorporated. It can serve as a stand-alone introduction or can be used in conjunction with other grammatical works, in hopes of elucidating some of the tricky concepts that makes Old Irish such a fascinating and rewarding subject for study.
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Ranke de Vries is a lecturer in Celtic Languages and Culture at Utrecht University. After obtaining her propedeutic diploma in Greek and Latin Languages and Culture from Radboud University Nijmegen, the Netherlands, she obtained M.A. degrees in Celtic Languages and Culture and Medieval Studies from Utrecht University, the Netherlands. She then completed her Ph.D. degree, an edition of two texts relating to the origin of Lough Neagh, at Trinity College Dublin under the supervision of Liam Breatnach and Damian McManus in 2007.
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