through or fro thā or by after a ꝯparatyfe degree is sygne of the ablatyfe case How many declȳsons be there .v. whiche .v. ye fyrst ye secōde ye thyrd ye fourth and the fyfth How know ye the fyrst for the genyt [...] case syguler endeth ī e / & the datyfe case also as n [...] hec musa gtō huiꝰ muse dtō huic muse The second [...] for the genytif case singuler endeth ī i / & ye datyf ca [...] in o / as [...]tō hic mgr̄ gtō huiꝰ / stri dtō huic / stro. T [...] iij. for the genitif case singuler endeth in is & the d [...] tife case in i as ntō hic & hec sacerdos gtō huiꝰ tis d [...] huic ti The .iiij. for the genityf cas singuler endeth us & the datyfe case ī ui / as hec manꝰ gtō huiꝰ man [...] dtō huic manui. The fyfth for the genitif case syng [...] ler endeth in ei and the datyf case also as nomīatiu [...] hec species gtō huius speciei dtō huic speciei.

HOw know ye a pronown for he is sette for [...] ꝓpre nown and sōtyme receyueth ye [...]erein [...] sones. what thynges longe to a ꝓnown .vi. whic [...] vi. qualite gēder nombre fygure ꝑsone & case. How many ꝓnownes ben there .xv. whiche .xv. Ego [...] sui ille ip̄e iste hic & is meꝰ tuus suus nt̄ & vester n [...] tras & vestras. How many prymatyues & how m [...] ­ny dyryuatyues .viij. prymatyues & .vi j. dyryuat [...] ­ues. whiche ben the .viij. prymatyues. Ego tu sui, se ip̄e iste hic & is. whiche bē ye .vij. dyryuatiues. M [...] tuus suꝰ noster & vester. nr̄as & vestras. How ma [...] haue the vocatyfe case & how many wāte. Tu me [...] nr̄ et nostras haue ye vocatyf case & all other wan [...] [...] [Page] [...] The fyrst speaketh of hym self as I & we The secōd speketh to a nother as ye or [...]e. The .iij. for euery nown. ꝓnown & ꝑticiple be .iij. ꝑsones outake Ego tu no & vos wt ye obliq̄s. & euery vocatyf case. How many declinsōs of ꝓnown be there .iiij. whyche .iiij. the fyrste the secōde thyrde & ye forth / How knowne ye fyrst for ye genytyfe case sȳgu [...]er endeth ī I / [...] & ye datyf case in I / an ntō ego [...] genitio mei vel mis michi How many ꝓnownes be of this declȳson .iii. whyche iij. Ego tu sui The secōd [...]ōr ye geītif case synguler endeth ī ius or ī ius. & ye datyfe in i / or ī c as illius huiꝰ / illi / huic. How many, ꝓnownes be of this declisō .v. whyche v. ille ip̄e iste hic & is & viij. nownes wt their cōposites vnꝰ / vllus vt̄ nullus / totus solꝰ a [...]r aliꝰ (qui)s & vter How know ye the .iij. declȳson for the genytyf case endeth in i / or ī e [...] datyf case ī o or ī e. as ntōmeꝰ. a ū. gtō mei mee m̄i dtō meo mee meo. How many ꝑnowns be of this declysō .v whiche v meꝰ / tuꝰ suꝰ nr̄ / & vr̄ How know ye the .iiij. for the genytyf case synguler endeth ī atis & ye datyf case ī ati. as nostras / tis / ti. How many ꝓnownes be of this declīsō .ij. whyche .ij. nr̄as & vr̄as

HOw know ie a v (er)be for he is declyned wt mode tēs without case or artycle & be tokeneth too do or to suffre or to be. How many thȳges longe to a verbe .vij. whiche .vii. mode / coiugatiō. gener / nō bre / fygure / tens & person How [...] be thē [...]e v. whyche v. the indicatif ye imꝑati [...] the optatyf [...] [Page] imperatyf mode for he byddeth or cōmaūdeth. The o [...]atyf mode for he wylleth or desyreth. The cōiūtif m [...]de Ioyneth mode. & tens to tens. The infinitife m [...]de for to byfore a verbe is tokē of the ifinityf mod [...] Or whā .ij. v (er)bes cometh togyder without a rela [...] or a cōiūctiō comȳg bitwene ye latter of thehȳ shal b [...] of ye ifinitif mode. How many cōiugatiōs bē ther [...] ii [...] [...]hiche .iiij. the fyrst the secōde the thyrd & the f [...]rth How know ye the fyrste for he hath a lōge by [...]e there ī ye ifinitif mode as amare. The secōde for hath e lōge bifore there in the infynytyf mode as d [...]ere The theyrd for it hath e shorte bifore there ī ye i [...]nytyf mode as legere. The iiii for it hath i lōg bifo [...] there in the infynitif mode as audire. How man [...] gener of v (er)be be there .v. whiche .v. actyue passyue [...]tre / deꝑonēt / & ꝯmō How know ye a v (er)erbe actiue fo [...] he endeth in o / & may taker vpō o & make of his a [...]ssyu [...] A v (er)be passyue ēdeh ī / r & maye do a waye th [...]r. & torne agyn to his actyue. A v (er)be neutre for en [...]eth ī o & maye not take / r vpon o / & make of him [...]ssyue How know ye a v (er)be deponēt for he hath ye te [...]e of the passyue & the significatiō of the actife & iij [...]tyciples as loquēs locutꝰ locuturꝰ How know [...] verbe comon for he endeth in r & hath the signy fi [...]tiō of ye actyue & ye passyue bothe & .iiii ꝑticiples as [...]riminās criminatꝰ criminaturꝰ vel criminādꝰ ho [...] many nōbre be there .ii. whiche .ij. [...]nguler &. [...] [Page] afore, Et p [...] whiche is y [...] cometh after. Et pluralit (er) How many tēs be the [...] [...] whiche .v. ye present tens preteryt īperfectēs pre [...] perfectēs p̄teryt pluꝑfectēs & future tens. How [...] w ye the presēt tēs for he speketh of ye tyme ye is [...] as amo I loue. The p̄teryt īꝑfectēs it speketh o [...] [...] tyme that is past wthout ony signe haue or had p̄teryt perfectens it speketh of the tyme yt is pas [...] this signe haue. The p̄teryt pluꝑfectēs spek [...]h [...] [...] me paste wt is signe had. The future tens it spe [...] of tyme yt is to come with this sygne shall. How [...] ny persones be there .iij. whiche .iij. ye fyrst / as [...] the seconde as amas the thyrd as amat.

HOw know ye an aduerbe. for he is sette [...] of v (er)be for to declare and fulfyll ye sygnify [...] of the verbe. How many thȳges longe too a v [...] iij. whiche .iii. significaciō cōparyson & fygure. [...] many degrees of cōparyson of aduerbe is ther [...] [...] whiche .iij. the posytiue as docteyꝰ / comparaty [...] doctius the superlatyue degre as doctissime.

HOw know ye a partyciple for he taketh [...] of a nown ꝑte of a v (er)be part of both. Wh [...] [...] keth he of a nown gēder & case. what of a v (er)be t [...] significatiō what of bothe nōbre & figure How [...] ­ny tens of ꝑticiple is there thre whiche .iij. ye p [...] ­te tens the pretery tens & the futuretēs. How [...] ye a ꝑticiple of p̄teryt tens for his ēglesshe ēde [...] [...] torn as red taught & blowen & his latȳ shall [...]


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