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Much Ado About Nothing Scene
Lady Beatrice, have you wept all this…
I will not desire that.
Surely I do believe your fair cousin i…
Is there any way to show such friendsh…
Yea, and I will weep a while longer.
You have no reason; I do it freely.
Ah, how much might the man deserve of me that would right her!
A very even way, but no such friend.
Lady Beatrice, have you wept all this…
Yea, and I will weep a while longer.
I will not desire that.
You have no reason; I do it freely.
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Much Ado About Nothing Scenes
Act 1 Scene 1
Act 1 Scene 2
Act 1 Scene 3
Act 2 Scene 1
Leonato welcomes Don Pedro to his house. Beatrice and Benedic…
Leonato is told a false rumour about Don Pedro's intentions t…
Don John and Borachio plan mischief.
The masked ball.
Act 1 Scene 1
Leonato welcomes Don Pedro to his house. Beatrice and Benedic…
Act 1 Scene 2
Leonato is told a false rumour about Don Pedro's intentions t…
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Much Ado About Nothing Scenes
Act 1, Scene 1
Act 1, Scene 2
Act 1, Scene 3
Act 2, Scene 1
Characters: Leonato, Messenger, Beatrice, Hero, Don Pedro, Be…
Characters: Leonato, Antonio... Summary: Leonato is a given a g…
Characters: Conrade, Don John, Borachio... Summary: Don John, D…
Characters: Leonato, Antonio, Beatrice, Hero, Don Pedro, Bene…
Act 1, Scene 1
Characters: Leonato, Messenger, Beatrice, Hero, Don Pedro, Be…
Act 1, Scene 2
Characters: Leonato, Antonio... Summary: Leonato is a given a g…
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Much Ado About Nothing Theater Terms
Play
Tragedy
Comedy
Act
A piece of literature that is meant to be preformed on a stag…
a dramatic composition, often in verse, dealing with a seriou…
professional entertainment consisting of jokes and satirical…
A series of time through-out the play that can be in a differ…
Play
A piece of literature that is meant to be preformed on a stag…
Tragedy
a dramatic composition, often in verse, dealing with a seriou…
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Much ado about nothing theater terms
Play
Tragedy
Comedy
Act
a piece of literature meant to be performed on a stage with a…
a play in which the hero is destroyed by some character flaw…
a light and funny play with a happy ending
An act is a part of a play defined by elements such as rising…
Play
a piece of literature meant to be performed on a stage with a…
Tragedy
a play in which the hero is destroyed by some character flaw…
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English Much Ado About Nothing
Leonato
Antonio
Beatrice
Benedick
A respected, well-to-do elderly noble who is the governor of…
Leonato's elderly brother and Hero's Uncle. He is Beatrice's…
Leonato's, neice hero's cousin and the sworn enemy/true love…
In the service of Don Pedro. Good friends of Count Claudio an…
Leonato
A respected, well-to-do elderly noble who is the governor of…
Antonio
Leonato's elderly brother and Hero's Uncle. He is Beatrice's…
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english much ado about nothing
Hero
Beatrice
Claudio
Benedick
daughter of Leonato, obedient, marries Claudio
cousin of Hero, quick witted and independent, marries Benedick
friend of Don Pedro, marries Hero
friend of Don Pedro, quick witted and a ladies man, marries B…
Hero
daughter of Leonato, obedient, marries Claudio
Beatrice
cousin of Hero, quick witted and independent, marries Benedick
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English much ado about nothing
Meaning of Ado
Paraphrase Title
Meaning of title
When was the play written
To fuss over something thats usually unimportant
A lot of fuss for no reason
the whole play was a big dispute over nothing important as no…
1598 or 1599
Meaning of Ado
To fuss over something thats usually unimportant
Paraphrase Title
A lot of fuss for no reason
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Much Ado About Nothing Act 2 Scene 1- English Lines
What was it you told me of today, that…
Maybe she doth but counterfeit?
Why, what effects of passion shows she?
She will sit you- you heard my daughte…
Oh ay, stalk on, stalk on, the fowl sits. I never knew that l…
Faith, like enough.
Bait the hook well, this fish will bite!
She did indeed.
What was it you told me of today, that…
Oh ay, stalk on, stalk on, the fowl sits. I never knew that l…
Maybe she doth but counterfeit?
Faith, like enough.
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English much ado about nothing
Baldrick
Banquet
Bullock
Cleave
Wide belt worn the right shoulder
Ceremonial meal
Castrated bull
To split with or as if with a sharp instrument
Baldrick
Wide belt worn the right shoulder
Banquet
Ceremonial meal
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English- Much ado about nothing
League
Squarer
Pestilence
Turncoat
Unit of about 3 miles.
Quarreler; one who delights in fighting.
A usually fatal disease, esp. bubonic plaque.
One who traitorously switches allegiance.
League
Unit of about 3 miles.
Squarer
Quarreler; one who delights in fighting.
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English much ado about nothing
Freiendship is constant
Ill devise some honest slanders
Yet Benedick was such another
Men can counsel and speak comfort
Claudio(q)
Hero(q)
Margaret(q)
Leonato(q)
Freiendship is constant
Claudio(q)
Ill devise some honest slanders
Hero(q)
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English - much ado about nothing
Adieu
Alas, alack
Anon
Art
Good-bye
Expresses Sarrow
Soon
Are
Adieu
Good-bye
Alas, alack
Expresses Sarrow
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English much ado about nothing
Setting
How long the soldiers will be staying…
How much barrachio gets paid to ruin t…
All of the characters names who are in…
Mecina italy
A month
100 Ducats
Don John, Margeret, Konrad, Barrachio
Setting
Mecina italy
How long the soldiers will be staying…
A month
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English Much ado About Nothing
When was Shakespeare born?
Where was he born?
What were Shakespeare's parents' names?
Was Shakespeare's father literate?
April 23 1564
Stratford upon-awon UK
John and Mary Arden
No-glove maker
When was Shakespeare born?
April 23 1564
Where was he born?
Stratford upon-awon UK
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Much Ado About Nothing Vocabulary Scene V
Beshrew
Mettle
Deceived
Penance
To curse
Strength of spirit
To make someone believe something that isn't true
Something to do to show that you are sad
Beshrew
To curse
Mettle
Strength of spirit
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Much Ado About Nothing Scene 1+3
DON PEDRO: And you too, gentle Hero?
S3 Beginning Pt 1
S3 Beginning Pt 2
S3 Beginning Pt 3
I will do any modest office, my lord, to help my cousin to a…
Good Margaret, run thee to the parlor;... There shalt thou find…
say that thou overheard'st us;... And bid her steal into the ple…
To listen our purpose. This is thy office;... Bear thee well in…
DON PEDRO: And you too, gentle Hero?
I will do any modest office, my lord, to help my cousin to a…
S3 Beginning Pt 1
Good Margaret, run thee to the parlor;... There shalt thou find…
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much ado about nothing scenes 4 & 5
catechizing
ostentation
sexton
varlet
formal questioning used by the church to teach the principles…
pretentious display meant to impress others; boastful showiness
an employee or officer of a church who is responsible for the…
a rascal; a knave - unprincipled, crafty man
catechizing
formal questioning used by the church to teach the principles…
ostentation
pretentious display meant to impress others; boastful showiness
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English - "Much Ado About Nothing" FINALS Review
Beatrice
Hero
Benedick
Claudio
1.Niece of Leonato... 2. Witty... 3. wants to be a man... 4. Initially…
1. Daughter of Leonato... 2. Bethrothed to Claudio... 3. Shamed at…
1. Witty solider... 2. Hates idea of marriage... 3. Intially hates…
1. Betrothed to Hero... 2. Tricked by Don John into believing He…
Beatrice
1.Niece of Leonato... 2. Witty... 3. wants to be a man... 4. Initially…
Hero
1. Daughter of Leonato... 2. Bethrothed to Claudio... 3. Shamed at…
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English IV: Much Ado About Nothing
Troth
Slander
Flout
catechize
a solemn pledge of fidelity
words falsely spoken that damage the reputation of another
treat with contemptuous disregard; disdain or scornful
give religious instructions
Troth
a solemn pledge of fidelity
Slander
words falsely spoken that damage the reputation of another
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English "Much Ado About Nothing" Act 5
what does antonio say that gets leonat…
does leonato think hero is guilty of b…
do you think claudio makes a move to d…
what is the purpose of this scene in w…
he tells him to have patience
no because she is his daughter and he knows her better then a…
no because he doesn't want to hurt him and leonato wants to f…
to show how mad they are at claudio for butchering heroes goo…
what does antonio say that gets leonat…
he tells him to have patience
does leonato think hero is guilty of b…
no because she is his daughter and he knows her better then a…
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English - Much Ado About Nothing - Quotes
(1) Benedick, Act 1, Scene 1
(2) Benedick, Act 1, Scene 1
(3) Benedick, Act 1, Scene 1
(4) Benedick, Act 1, Scene 1
'A professed TYRANT to their sex'
'Would you BUY her, that you inquire after her?'
'I hope you have no INTENT to turn husband.'
'Because I will not do them the wrong to mistrust any, I will…
(1) Benedick, Act 1, Scene 1
'A professed TYRANT to their sex'
(2) Benedick, Act 1, Scene 1
'Would you BUY her, that you inquire after her?'
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English "Much Ado About Nothing" Act 4
How does Claudio judge Hero`s behavior…
How do the rest of the company react?
How does the Friar propose to judge th…
What does the Friar hope will happen a…
He thinks she is faking and lying about being a virgin and ap…
They are shocked. Leonato wants to kill Claudio. Benedick thi…
by her expression she is not guilty. he stays calm and finds…
The accusers will feel bad and confess
How does Claudio judge Hero`s behavior…
He thinks she is faking and lying about being a virgin and ap…
How do the rest of the company react?
They are shocked. Leonato wants to kill Claudio. Benedick thi…
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English Much Ado About Nothing-Quotes
'Silence is the perfectest herald of j…
By my troth, niece, thou wilt never ge…
'O Lord, he will hang upon him like a…
'If you dare not trust that you see, c…
Courtier speech
Nobleman speech
Rebellious Speech
Villainous speech
'Silence is the perfectest herald of j…
Courtier speech
By my troth, niece, thou wilt never ge…
Nobleman speech
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English Much Ado About Nothing Vocab
shrewd
disdain
perturbation
mirth
clever and judgmental in practical matters; cunning(adj)... Syno…
a feeling of contempt, feeling that someone is unworthy(N)... Sy…
disturbance, mental uneasiness(N)... Synonym: Agitation... Antonym:…
gladness and merriment usually accompanied by laughter(N)... Syn…
shrewd
clever and judgmental in practical matters; cunning(adj)... Syno…
disdain
a feeling of contempt, feeling that someone is unworthy(N)... Sy…
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English - Much Ado About Nothing Vocabulary
Comedy
Comedy of Manners
High Comedy
Dramatic Irony
A work in which the materials are selected and managed primar…
Deals with the fortune of young lovers and relies on the comi…
Evokes "intellectual laughter" - thoughtful laughter from spe…
Involves a situation in a play or a narrative in which the au…
Comedy
A work in which the materials are selected and managed primar…
Comedy of Manners
Deals with the fortune of young lovers and relies on the comi…
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English "much ado about nothing" vocab
Quotidian
Pervasive
Neologism
Profuse
(Adj) daily everyday
(Adj) inclined to spread throughout
(N) the creation of new words, Ira new word
(Adj) abundant, lavish, prolific
Quotidian
(Adj) daily everyday
Pervasive
(Adj) inclined to spread throughout
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English 2 Much Ado About Nothing test
Antonio
Beatrice
Benedick
Borachio
Leonato's brother
snarky, in love with Benedick, Hero's cousin
In battle of wits with Beatrice, BFF with Claudio
associate of Don John and lover of Margret
Antonio
Leonato's brother
Beatrice
snarky, in love with Benedick, Hero's cousin
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AP English Exam (Much Ado About Nothing)
witty heroine, Leonato's niece, Hero's…
young lord under service of Don Pedro,…
young soldier who falls in love with H…
Leonato's daughter, Beatrice's cousin,…
Beatrice
Benedick
Claudio
Hero
witty heroine, Leonato's niece, Hero's…
Beatrice
young lord under service of Don Pedro,…
Benedick
Act 5 scene 1 Much Ado About Nothing
sieve
preceptial
dissembler
slandered
a perforated utensil used for straining or sifting
a procedural directive or rule
one who gives a false or misleading appearance
made false and malicious statements or reports about someone
sieve
a perforated utensil used for straining or sifting
preceptial
a procedural directive or rule
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English vocab Much Ado About Nothing
parlor
hearsay
requite
incite
noun - a room used for reception or entertaining; a living room
noun - unofficial information heard from others; gossip
verb - to give or do in return
verb - to encourage or prompt to action
parlor
noun - a room used for reception or entertaining; a living room
hearsay
noun - unofficial information heard from others; gossip
Act 2 scene 2 and 3 Much Ado About Nothing
impediment
covertly
cozened
follies
obstruction; hindrance; obstacle
in a concealed, secret, or disguised manner
misled by means of a petty trick or fraud; deceived
acts lacking of good sense, understanding, or foresight
impediment
obstruction; hindrance; obstacle
covertly
in a concealed, secret, or disguised manner
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English much ado about nothing quotes
1
2
3
4
Oxymoron, You must not, my sir: there is a merry war betwixt…
Metaphor, A proffesed tyrant to their sex (Benedick to Claudio)
Metaphor, You always end with a Jade's trick (Beatrice to Ben…
Subtle wordplay, I hope you have no intention to turn husband…
1
Oxymoron, You must not, my sir: there is a merry war betwixt…
2
Metaphor, A proffesed tyrant to their sex (Benedick to Claudio)
Act 4 scene 2 Much Ado About Nothing
malefactors
sexton
hither
redemption
those who have committed a crime; criminals
a person employed to take care of a church
to or toward this place
being saved from error or evil
malefactors
those who have committed a crime; criminals
sexton
a person employed to take care of a church
Act 1 scene 1 Much Ado About Nothing
league
victuals
betwixt
squarer
a unit of distance equal to 3.0 statute miles
food supplies; provisions
in the middle; between
a swashbuckler; one who delights in fighting
league
a unit of distance equal to 3.0 statute miles
victuals
food supplies; provisions
Act 4 scene 1 Much Ado About Nothing
semblance
wanton
catechizing
ostentation
outward aspect or appearance
sexually lawless or unrestrained
instruction by means of question and answer
conspicuous shut or display intended to impress others
semblance
outward aspect or appearance
wanton
sexually lawless or unrestrained
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English 9 Much Ado About Nothing Vocabulary
abhor
arras
aught
bachelor
to regard with loathing
a wall hanging or tapestry
anything at all, zero
a man who has not been married
abhor
to regard with loathing
arras
a wall hanging or tapestry
Act 2 scene 1 Much Ado About Nothing
tartly
shrewd
cuckold
marl
sharp in character, spirit, or expression; cutting
sharp or ill-tempered
the husband of an unfaithful wife
earthy mix of clay used as a fertilizer
tartly
sharp in character, spirit, or expression; cutting
shrewd
sharp or ill-tempered
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Much Ado About Nothing sophmore english
Skirmish
Subdued
Treatise
Obstinate
fight between small bodies of opposing troops; any ... Brisk co…
inhibited; repressed; controlled; lowered in intensity or ... S…
a formal piece of writing on a given subject, typically much…
firmly or stubbornly holding on to one's purpose, Opinion, be…
Skirmish
fight between small bodies of opposing troops; any ... Brisk co…
Subdued
inhibited; repressed; controlled; lowered in intensity or ... S…
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PB English: Much Ado About Nothing
monologue
siloquy
aside
dramatic irony
extended speech by ONE character that is heard by other chara…
extended speech by one character only heard by the audience
a characters direct address to the audience that is not heard…
when audience knows more than characters
monologue
extended speech by ONE character that is heard by other chara…
siloquy
extended speech by one character only heard by the audience
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English (Much Ado About Nothing): Lit. Devices
Pun
Malapropism aka "Dogberryism"
Imagery
Simile
Humorous play on words that have similar sounds but different…
The use of an incorrect word in the place of a word with a si…
Sensory connection with text, use of details and descriptions…
Comparison between dissimilar things using "like" or "as"
Pun
Humorous play on words that have similar sounds but different…
Malapropism aka "Dogberryism"
The use of an incorrect word in the place of a word with a si…
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English (Much Ado About Nothing): Motifs
What role do gender norms play in "Muc…
What role does loyalty play in "Much A…
What role do lies play in "Much Ado Ab…
What role does love play in "Much Ado…
They make Beatrice rebellious, they create and illustrate a d…
Loyalty plays a large role, as relationships are constantly i…
Lies in this play make people grow more distant, mistrustful,…
Love causes people to fore-go previous squabbles and grudges…
What role do gender norms play in "Muc…
They make Beatrice rebellious, they create and illustrate a d…
What role does loyalty play in "Much A…
Loyalty plays a large role, as relationships are constantly i…
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English "Much Ado About Nothing" Act 5
what does antonio say that gets leonat…
does leonato think hero is guilty of b…
do you think claudio makes a move to d…
what is the purpose of this scene in w…
he tells him to have patience
no because she is his daughter and he knows her better then a…
no because he doesn't want to hurt him and leonato wants to f…
to show how mad they are at claudio for butchering heroes goo…
what does antonio say that gets leonat…
he tells him to have patience
does leonato think hero is guilty of b…
no because she is his daughter and he knows her better then a…
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English "Much Ado About Nothing" Act 1
Why is it significant that Don Pedro a…
Why does Beatrice ask About Benedick?…
Why do Beatrice and Benedick say that…
How does Benedick react to Claudio's D…
They can focus on different things now
She uses sarcasm to mask her interest for him
They think love makes people fools
He thinks he shouldn't get too attached
Why is it significant that Don Pedro a…
They can focus on different things now
Why does Beatrice ask About Benedick?…
She uses sarcasm to mask her interest for him
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English "Much Ado About Nothing" Act 3
Why do the women praise Benedick so hi…
Why does Hero say that she will not te…
How fair are the women in their descri…
What is Beatrice's reaction to the wom…
To make her want him
Beatrice is too full of mockery to listen to any man that lik…
They are fair because she thinks no man is good enough for he…
She is surprised, but takes pity on him and returns love.
Why do the women praise Benedick so hi…
To make her want him
Why does Hero say that she will not te…
Beatrice is too full of mockery to listen to any man that lik…
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English much ado about nothing terms
alliteration
anaphora
apostrophe
aside
Repetition of consonant sounds
A rhetorical figure of repetition in which the same word or p…
A figure of speech that directly addresses an absent or imagi…
A device in which a character in a drama makes a short speech…
alliteration
Repetition of consonant sounds
anaphora
A rhetorical figure of repetition in which the same word or p…
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English Vocab Much Ado About Nothing
What is the theme for focus?
hearsay
motifs
Elizabethan Theater
the power of words and hearsay to alter human destiny
things overheard and repeated
pride... trickery... animals... language... traditional gender roles ... sig…
realtin gto reign of elizabeth 1 of england 1558-1603
What is the theme for focus?
the power of words and hearsay to alter human destiny
hearsay
things overheard and repeated
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English vocab: much ado about nothing
Amorous
Apparel
Bower
Canker
Inclined or disposed to love
Clothing
A leafy shelter
Dying plant
Amorous
Inclined or disposed to love
Apparel
Clothing
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English vocab much ado about nothing
heretic
cuckold
accordant
libertine
rejecter of religious teachings
A man whose wife is unfaithful
being in agreement or harmony
immoral person
heretic
rejecter of religious teachings
cuckold
A man whose wife is unfaithful
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English Quotes Much Ado About Nothing
"There's her cousin, an she were not p…
"When you went onward on this ended ac…
"I am trusted with a muzzle and enfran…
"He'll but break a comparison or two o…
Speaker: Benedick (to Claudio)... - Thinks Beatrice would be bea…
Speaker: Claudio, to Prince... - He is saying that his was not t…
Speaker: Don Jon, to: Conrade ... - Don Jon feels trapped (lost…
Speaker: Beatrice (to Benedick)... - If Benedick is told what Be…
"There's her cousin, an she were not p…
Speaker: Benedick (to Claudio)... - Thinks Beatrice would be bea…
"When you went onward on this ended ac…
Speaker: Claudio, to Prince... - He is saying that his was not t…
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