Old English Aerobics Resources

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Alice in Wonderland

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For a sample, follow this link. To correct your copy of the first printing, see the errata page.

List of Common Words

Here's a list of the 497 words that are indexed ten or more times in the Old English Aerobics anthology. Choose one: A4 paper or U.S. Letter.

OEA Exercise keys

Instructors should note that the keys for the Old English Aerobics workbook are now available on the "Resources for Instructors" page, which is visible on the left when you're logged in as an instructor.

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Old English Aerobics

cover of Introduction to Old English

Welcome to the home of the Old English Aerobics Anthology, Glossary and Workout Room. This site provides supplementary materials for users of Peter S. Baker, Introduction to Old English, published by Wiley-Blackwell. These materials include on-line versions of all the texts in the book’s anthology, exercises and a glossary.

You can get a copy of Introduction to Old English at Powell’s, Barnes and Noble (including a version for the Nook), Amazon and Amazon UK (including a version for the Kindle), Play.com and other on-line retailers. You can preview Introduction to Old English at Google Books and buy an ebook version there. iPad users can get the book through the iBooks store.

You must log in to access most of the texts and exercises on this site. To get a free account, just go to the “Request an Account” page and select the kind of account you need. If you aren’t sure whether you want to request an account, you can sample the site by clicking on any of the links marked “no login required.”