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For to speke Frenche trewely [electronic resource] : the French language in England, 1000-1600 : its status, description, and instruction / Douglas A. Kibbee.

By: Kibbee, Douglas A.
Material type: TextTextSeries: Amsterdam studies in the theory and history of linguistic scienceSeries IIIStudies in the history of the language sciences: v. 60.Publisher: Amsterdam ; Philadelphia : J. Benjamins Pub. Co., 1991Description: 1 online resource (viii, 268 p.).ISBN: 9789027277718 (electronic bk.); 9027277710 (electronic bk.).Subject(s): French language -- England -- History | French philology -- Study and teaching -- England -- History -- To 1500 | French philology -- Study and teaching -- England -- History -- 16th century | French language -- Study and teaching -- English speakers -- History | Normans -- Great Britain -- Language | Education -- England -- History -- 16th century | Language policy -- Great Britain -- History | Education, Medieval -- England | Anglo-Norman dialect | Fran�cais (Langue) -- Angleterre -- Histoire | Philologie fran�caise -- �Etude et enseignement -- Angleterre -- Histoire | Fran�cais (Langue) -- �Etude et enseignement -- Anglophones -- Histoire | Normands (Fran�cais) -- Angleterre -- Langue | �Education m�edi�evale -- Angleterre | Anglo-normand (Dialecte) | �Education -- Angleterre -- Histoire -- 16e si�ecle | Politique linguistique -- Angleterre -- Histoire | Frans | Geschichte | England | Altfranz�osisch | Politique linguistique -- Grande-Bretagne -- Moyen �age | Fran�cais (langue) -- �Etude et enseignement -- Grande-Bretagne -- 16e si�ecle | Fran�cais (langue) -- Grande-Bretagne -- Histoire | Politique linguistique -- Grande-Bretagne -- 16e si�ecle | Fran�cais (langue) -- �Etude et enseignement -- Grande-Bretagne -- Moyen �age | Anglo-normand (dialecte) | Philologie fran�caise -- �Etude et enseignement -- Angleterre (GB) -- Histoire | �Education -- Angleterre (GB) -- 16e si�ecle | �Education m�edi�evale -- Angleterre (GB) | Frans | FOREIGN LANGUAGE STUDY / FrenchGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: For to speke Frenche trewely.DDC classification: 448/.0071/042 Other classification: 18.24 Online resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
FOR TO SPEKE FRENCHE TREWELY; Editorial page; Title page; Copyright page; Table of contents; PREFACE AND ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS; CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION; CHAPTER 2 PERIOD I: IMMEDIATELY BEFORE AND AFTER THE CONQUEST(1000-1152); CHAPTER 3 PERIOD II: FROM THE MARRIAGE OF HENRY II (1152) TO THE PROVISIONS OF OXFORD (OCTOBER 17,1258); CHAPTER 4 PERIOD III: FROM THE PROVISIONS OF OXFORD (1258) TO THE PARLIAMENTARY STATUTE THAT ALL GOVERNMENTAL AND LEGAL AFFAIRS BE CONDUCTED IN ENGLISH (1362); CHAPTER 5 PERIOD IV FROM THE STATUTE OF 1362 TO THE AGE OF PRINTING
Summary: The first grammatical descriptions of the French language were produced in England, several centuries before the first grammar written in French (but also several centuries after the Norman Conquest). This book describes the status of French in England during the period from the marriage of Emma of Normandy to thelred (1004) to the fixing of a (relatively) standard pedagogical scheme for the teaching of French of English speakers (ca. 1600). During this period French passed from a native language to a second language, became the official language of the legal profession, and ultimately fell ba
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Includes bibliographical references ([p. 221-244) and indexes.

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The first grammatical descriptions of the French language were produced in England, several centuries before the first grammar written in French (but also several centuries after the Norman Conquest). This book describes the status of French in England during the period from the marriage of Emma of Normandy to thelred (1004) to the fixing of a (relatively) standard pedagogical scheme for the teaching of French of English speakers (ca. 1600). During this period French passed from a native language to a second language, became the official language of the legal profession, and ultimately fell ba

FOR TO SPEKE FRENCHE TREWELY; Editorial page; Title page; Copyright page; Table of contents; PREFACE AND ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS; CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION; CHAPTER 2 PERIOD I: IMMEDIATELY BEFORE AND AFTER THE CONQUEST(1000-1152); CHAPTER 3 PERIOD II: FROM THE MARRIAGE OF HENRY II (1152) TO THE PROVISIONS OF OXFORD (OCTOBER 17,1258); CHAPTER 4 PERIOD III: FROM THE PROVISIONS OF OXFORD (1258) TO THE PARLIAMENTARY STATUTE THAT ALL GOVERNMENTAL AND LEGAL AFFAIRS BE CONDUCTED IN ENGLISH (1362); CHAPTER 5 PERIOD IV FROM THE STATUTE OF 1362 TO THE AGE OF PRINTING

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