Sunday, September 28, 2008

Verner's Law on YouTube!

Andy Scheil shared this, created a few years back by one of his students. Its priceless, and deserves the attention it has received from email lists and the blogosphere.

Ari Hoptman, a graduate of the Germanic philology program here (now a
lecturer in the German dept.) produced a short film about Verner's
Law and placed it on YouTube. That's right, a film about Verner's
Law. Better to just watch it than have me try to describe it.
However, it is fully accurate and might be of use to people teaching
OE or HEL. Just go to YouTube (http://www.youtube.com/) type in
"Verner's Law" and you will get it. It is split into three parts.

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