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Iengels[edit | edit source]

Etymologie[edit | edit source]

Over Middeliengels who enz. en Oudiengels hwā van Oergermaons *hwaz. Ziet vedder bie wien.

Omschrievienge[edit | edit source]

who

  1. wien (vraegend vònaemwoôrd)
  2. die-a, betrekkelijk vònaemwoôrd bie personen
    1. in uutbreiende biezinnen: verplicht
      • My grandmother, who lived to be 95, died from Alzheimer's last year 'M'n opoe, die-a 95 is g'ore, is fleejaer an kinds'eid gesturve.'
    2. in beperkende biezinnen: nessens that
      • A man who knows how to iron clothes is the least I ask for, 'ʼn Man die-a z'n klêren kan strieke is wè 't minste wat-a 'k vraege.'

Opmerkienge: vanous was that in verzurgd taelgebruuk verplicht in beperkende biezinnen. Vandaeg d'n dag is dat nie meêr zò en mag aollebei.

Uutspraek[edit | edit source]

  • [hʉ] Brits-Ingels
  • [huː] Amerikaons-Iengels

Verbugienge[edit | edit source]

whom vòwerpsvurm (schrieftaele en formele spreektaele), whose genitief (ok in gewoon taelgebruuk)

Verwante woôrden[edit | edit source]

  • what vraegend vònaemwoôrd bie zaeken
  • which betrekkelijk vònaemwoôrd bie zaeken