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Introduction

German Language Periods

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Middle High German is the term used for the period in the history of the German language between 1050 and 1350.

Middle High German is not a unified written language and the term covers two main dialect areas:

The verb

The Old High German verb had

Sample verb nëmen 'to take'

Person Indicative Subjunctive Imperative
Present Preterite Present Preterite
Sg.1 nime nam nëme næme -
Sg.2 nim(e)st næme nëmest næmest nim
Sg.3 nim(e)t nam nëme næme -
Pl.1 nëmen na'men nëmen næmen -
Pl.2 nëm(e)t na'met nëmet næmet nëmet
Pl.3 nëment na'men nëmen næmen -

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