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24 terms
Much Ado About Nothing
banter
disdain
incoherent
pathetic
(v.) to exchange playful remarks, tease;
intense dislike
not able to be understood
weak or useless
banter
(v.) to exchange playful remarks, tease;
disdain
intense dislike
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Much Ado About Nothing
Verb. to blame someone for something w…
Verb. to become red in your face becau…
Adjective. getting what is wanted in a…
Noun. a feeling of strong dislike or d…
ACCUSING... Example: Beth felt bad for accusing her little sist…
BLUSHES... Example: Dana always blushes when she had to speak i…
CUNNING... Example: The cunning criminal got away with all the…
DISDAIN... Example: The young boy got in trouble when he showed…
Verb. to blame someone for something w…
ACCUSING... Example: Beth felt bad for accusing her little sist…
Verb. to become red in your face becau…
BLUSHES... Example: Dana always blushes when she had to speak i…
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Much Ado About Nothing
shrewd
counterfeit
disdain
disposition
clever
fake, false
scorn, disgust
personality
shrewd
clever
counterfeit
fake, false
46 terms
Much Ado about Nothing
Skirmish
Abide
Disdain
Commendation
a minor fight
accept, tolerate
scorn or contempt; to despise, to hate
approval; praise
Skirmish
a minor fight
Abide
accept, tolerate
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Much Ado About Nothing
Plot Overview
Beatrice
Setting
Conflict
Leonato, a kindly, respectable nobleman, lives in the idyllic…
Leonato's niece and Hero's cousin. Beatrice is "a pleasant-sp…
16th century, Messina and Sicily
Don John creates the appearance that Hero is unfaithful to Cl…
Plot Overview
Leonato, a kindly, respectable nobleman, lives in the idyllic…
Beatrice
Leonato's niece and Hero's cousin. Beatrice is "a pleasant-sp…
20 terms
Much Ado About Nothing vocab
Troth
Slander
Rime
Flout
loyal or pledged faithfulness
to make a false spoken statement that causes people to have a…
an accumulation of frost
to treat with contemptuous disregard
Troth
loyal or pledged faithfulness
Slander
to make a false spoken statement that causes people to have a…
26 terms
Much Ado About Nothing Characters
Benedick
Don Pedro
Claudio
Don John
companion of Don Pedro; in love with Beatrice
Prince of Aragon, Spanish prince
a count, companion of Don Pedro, friend to Benedick; proposes…
"the Bastard Prince"
Benedick
companion of Don Pedro; in love with Beatrice
Don Pedro
Prince of Aragon, Spanish prince
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Flout (v)
Perturbation (n)
Vex (v)
Gull (v)
Treat with contemptuous disregard
An unhappy and worries mental state
Disturb the peace of mind of
Fool or hoax
Flout (v)
Treat with contemptuous disregard
Perturbation (n)
An unhappy and worries mental state
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Claudio
Leonato
Antonio
Beatrice
Young lord of Florence
Governor of Messina
An old man, Leonato's brother
Niece to Leonato
Claudio
Young lord of Florence
Leonato
Governor of Messina
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Leonato: How now, brother!
Leonato: Are they good?
Leonato: Hath the fellow any wit that…
Leonato: Was not Count John here at su…
Brother, I can tell you strange news that you yet dreamt not…
As the event stamps them: but they have a good cover; they sh…
A good sharp fellow: I will send for him; and question him yo…
I saw him not.
Leonato: How now, brother!
Brother, I can tell you strange news that you yet dreamt not…
Leonato: Are they good?
As the event stamps them: but they have a good cover; they sh…
17 terms
much ado about nothing
innocent
bride
faint
wealthy
niewinny
panna młoda
zemdleć
bogaty
innocent
niewinny
bride
panna młoda
21 terms
Much ADO ABOUT NOTHING
Achilles Heel- Noun
Stentorian- Adj
Mnemonic- Adj
Fathom- Verb
Weak point... syn-weakness, flaw, defect, vunerabilty
Very... syn- booming, thunderous, resounding, roaring, sonorous
Assisting memory... syn-assisting recollection, assisting remini…
Understand, figure out, penetrate the meaning of... syn-know, gr…
Achilles Heel- Noun
Weak point... syn-weakness, flaw, defect, vunerabilty
Stentorian- Adj
Very... syn- booming, thunderous, resounding, roaring, sonorous
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Much ado about nothing
Nefarious
Precursor
Slipshod
Diatribe
Wicked, criminal
A person or thing that comes before another of the same kind
Showing no care or thought
Forceful and bitter verbal attack
Nefarious
Wicked, criminal
Precursor
A person or thing that comes before another of the same kind
12 terms
Much Ado About Nothing
shrewd
counterfeit
disdain
disposition
clever
fake, false
scorn, disgust
personality
shrewd
clever
counterfeit
fake, false
Much Ado About Nothing
Benedick
Beatrice
Conrade
Hero
aristocratic soldier, fought under Don Pedro, friend of Don P…
Leonato's niece and Hero's cousin, sharp tongue
entirely devoted to Don John, Don John's potential male lover…
daughter of Leonato and the cousin of Beatrice, gentle, and k…
Benedick
aristocratic soldier, fought under Don Pedro, friend of Don P…
Beatrice
Leonato's niece and Hero's cousin, sharp tongue
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Much Ado About Nothing
fall in love with
argue with
speak their minds
be unfaithful to
влюбиться в
спорить с
состязаться в остроумии
быть неверным к
fall in love with
влюбиться в
argue with
спорить с
Much Ado About Nothing
Requited
Quips
Populated
Perceived
returned ... Her love will be requited.
witty remarks... Will quips and clever remarks keep a man from g…
peopled... The world needs to be populated.
see... Will I perceive any sign of love from her?
Requited
returned ... Her love will be requited.
Quips
witty remarks... Will quips and clever remarks keep a man from g…
21 terms
Much Ado about Nothing
unfaithful
light-hearted
unable
quick
faithful
heavy-hearted
able
slow
unfaithful
faithful
light-hearted
heavy-hearted
24 terms
Much Ado About Nothing
In Act 1 scene 1 of Much Ado About Not…
In Act 1 scene 1 of Much Ado About Not…
In Act 1 scene 1 of Much Ado About Not…
In Act 1 scene 1 of Much Ado About Not…
Beatrice
Claudio
A jewel
Don Pedro
In Act 1 scene 1 of Much Ado About Not…
Beatrice
In Act 1 scene 1 of Much Ado About Not…
Claudio
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Much Ado About Nothing
Flout
Predestinate
Catechize
Pestilence
Openly disregard
Unalterably established or arranged in advance
Give religious instructions to by means of question and answer
Any epidemic disease with a high death rate
Flout
Openly disregard
Predestinate
Unalterably established or arranged in advance
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Much Ado About Nothing
Good friend and soldier of Don Pedro's…
Gentlewoman attending Hero who unknowi…
Illegitimate brother of Don Pedro and…
Beautiful daughter of Leonato
Benedick
Margaret
Don John
Hero
Good friend and soldier of Don Pedro's…
Benedick
Gentlewoman attending Hero who unknowi…
Margaret
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Much Ado About Nothing
who refuses to marry in the beginning…
Where and when does the play take place?
How does Claudio woo hero?
At the beginning of the play, What is…
Benedick and Beatrice
Sicily, sixteenth century
He doesnt; Don Pedro does
Enemy
who refuses to marry in the beginning…
Benedick and Beatrice
Where and when does the play take place?
Sicily, sixteenth century
23 terms
Much Ado about Nothing
Skirmish
Abide
Disdain
Commendation
a minor fight
accept, tolerate
scorn or contempt; to despise, to hate
approval; praise
Skirmish
a minor fight
Abide
accept, tolerate
39 terms
Much Ado About Nothing
foil
fickle
metaphor
tragedy
In literature, this is a character that shows qualities that…
changing frequently, especially as regards one's loyalties, i…
a figure of speech which makes an implicit, implied or hidden…
literary work in which the main character is brought to ruin…
foil
In literature, this is a character that shows qualities that…
fickle
changing frequently, especially as regards one's loyalties, i…
20 terms
Much Ado About Nothing (LE)
aside
blank verse
characterization
comedy
in a play, a comment made by a character to the audience or a…
poetry or lines of dramatic verse written in unrhymed iambic…
the methods a writer uses to reveal the personality of a char…
a type of drama that is humorous and typically has a happy en…
aside
in a play, a comment made by a character to the audience or a…
blank verse
poetry or lines of dramatic verse written in unrhymed iambic…
10 terms
Much Ado about Nothing
war
agree
trick
cheat
krig
være enig
lure noen
bedra
war
krig
agree
være enig
67 terms
much ado about nothing
stubborn, against marriage, bitter
totally against it
he is jealous of Don Pedro and wants t…
people act like they are someone else;…
how would you describe Beatrice?
in the repartee between Beatrice and Benedick, what feelings…
what do we learn about Don John?
One theme of the play is "appearance vs. reality" or "things…
stubborn, against marriage, bitter
how would you describe Beatrice?
totally against it
in the repartee between Beatrice and Benedick, what feelings…
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much ado about nothing
Messenger: Claudio very much deserves…
Messenger: Oh, Signor Benedict—a very…
Messenger: Signor Benedict seems to be…
Benedict: (To Beatrice) What? My Lady…
Beatrice: Please tell me, sir, has Signor BigMouth Benedict r…
Beatrice: (Misunderstanding) A good solider compared to a lad…
Beatrice: A stuffed man! That's about right. I can only imagi…
Beatrice: Could disdain ever die when it has the likes of Sig…
Messenger: Claudio very much deserves…
Beatrice: Please tell me, sir, has Signor BigMouth Benedict r…
Messenger: Oh, Signor Benedict—a very…
Beatrice: (Misunderstanding) A good solider compared to a lad…
23 terms
Much Ado About Nothing
Setting
Signor Leonato
Signor Antonia
Hero
Messina, Sicily (Italy)
governor of Messina
Signor Leonato's brother
Leonato's only daughter
Setting
Messina, Sicily (Italy)
Signor Leonato
governor of Messina
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Much Ado About Nothing
Why does Benedick challenge Claudio to…
Why are Borachio and Conrade arrested?
Horns are a symbol for?
What are easily made and lost?
For causing the death of an innocent girl
For fooling Claudio into thinking Hero was disloyal
Marriage
Reputations
Why does Benedick challenge Claudio to…
For causing the death of an innocent girl
Why are Borachio and Conrade arrested?
For fooling Claudio into thinking Hero was disloyal
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By my sword, Beatrice, thou lovest me.
I will swear by it that you love me; a…
With no sauce that can be devised to i…
What offence, sweet Beatrice?
Do not swear, and eat it.
Will you not eat your word?
Why, then, God forgive me!
You have stayed me in a happy hour: I was about to protest I…
By my sword, Beatrice, thou lovest me.
Do not swear, and eat it.
I will swear by it that you love me; a…
Will you not eat your word?
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Much Ado About Nothing
Who is the governor of Messina?
Why is Beatrice considered a strong fe…
When Benedick and Beatrice confess the…
What place is Don Pedro the prince of?
Leonato
She is strong and does not want to submit to a man until she…
She asks him to duel Claudio because he humiliated Hero and c…
Aragon
Who is the governor of Messina?
Leonato
Why is Beatrice considered a strong fe…
She is strong and does not want to submit to a man until she…
32 terms
MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING
Don pedro
Messina, Italy
Leonato
Benedick
A prince who Leads an army of aragon and woos hero for claudio
Where the story takes place
The governor
Was a soldier in don Pedro's army who is on and off with beat…
Don pedro
A prince who Leads an army of aragon and woos hero for claudio
Messina, Italy
Where the story takes place
18 terms
Much Ado About Nothing Vocabulary
requite (v)
warrant (v)
mirth (n)
transgression (n)
to make payment in return for goods or services, to pay somet…
to give authorization or justification
amusement, usually accompanied by laughter
a breach in the law
requite (v)
to make payment in return for goods or services, to pay somet…
warrant (v)
to give authorization or justification
19 terms
Much Ado About Nothing REVIEW
Benedick
Don Pedro
Claudio
Don John
companion of Don Pedro; in love with Beatrice
just brought back his army from war; Spanish prince
a count, companion of Don Pedro, friend to Benedick; proposes…
"the Bastard Prince" general bad guy
Benedick
companion of Don Pedro; in love with Beatrice
Don Pedro
just brought back his army from war; Spanish prince
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Much Ado About Nothing Review
Act I
Act II
Act III
Act IV
Don Pedro, Don John, Claudio, and Benedick arrive in town; Cl…
Marriage is the general subject; Claudio mistakenly thinks th…
Women let Beatrice hear them talk about how Benedick is inter…
Claudio publically humiliates Hero after seeing and believing…
Act I
Don Pedro, Don John, Claudio, and Benedick arrive in town; Cl…
Act II
Marriage is the general subject; Claudio mistakenly thinks th…
32 terms
Shakespeare "Much ado about nothing"
Blown
Conjecture
Experimental
Frame
In blossom
Doubt, suspicion
Seal of experience
Plan, design
Blown
In blossom
Conjecture
Doubt, suspicion
35 terms
Much ado about nothing quotes
LEONATO
BEATRICE
BENEDICK
DON PEDRO
You must not, sir, mistake my niece. There is a kind of merry…
I wonder that you will still be talking, Signior Benedick: no…
That a woman conceived me, I thank her; that she brought me u…
I shall see thee, ere I die, look pale with love.
LEONATO
You must not, sir, mistake my niece. There is a kind of merry…
BEATRICE
I wonder that you will still be talking, Signior Benedick: no…
8 terms
Much Ado About Nothing
The niece of Leonato and cousin of Her…
A gentleman soldier who has recently b…
A young soldier who has won great accl…
The beautiful young daughter of Leonat…
Beatrice
Benedick
Claudio
Hero
The niece of Leonato and cousin of Her…
Beatrice
A gentleman soldier who has recently b…
Benedick
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leonato
Hero
Beatrice
Antonio
hero's father. govenor of messina. host to Don Pedro
Claudio's future wife. young girl
raised by Leonato as 2nd daughter. married Benedick
brother of Leonato and member of his household
leonato
hero's father. govenor of messina. host to Don Pedro
Hero
Claudio's future wife. young girl
37 terms
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Baldrick
Banquet (n)
Bullock (n)
Cleave (v)
Anwide belt worn over the right shokder to support a sword or…
Ceremonial meal
A castrated bull; a steer; a young bull
To split with or as if with a sharp intstruemnt
Baldrick
Anwide belt worn over the right shokder to support a sword or…
Banquet (n)
Ceremonial meal
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Curst(n)
Melancholy(adj)
Thatched(v)
Counterfeit(v)
A curse
Gloomy, depressed, saddened
To cover with
To resemble or imitate
Curst(n)
A curse
Melancholy(adj)
Gloomy, depressed, saddened
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Much Ado About Nothing
bear thee
presently
coy
methinks
conduct yourself
at once
distant, disdainful (scornful)
it seems to me
bear thee
conduct yourself
presently
at once
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Much Ado about nothing
Intemperate
Extolling
Abiding
Meritorious
Lacking restraint
Praising
Steadfast, steady
Honorable
Intemperate
Lacking restraint
Extolling
Praising
15 terms
Much Ado About Nothing
Slander
Slander occurs when:
Defamed victim of slander must prove:
Differance term coined by...
• Is a malicious lie about a person actions or their character
• Knows their statement about a person is untrue... • Deliberate…
• Slanderous claim is untrue... • Defamer knowingly spread lies…
Jacques Derrida
Slander
• Is a malicious lie about a person actions or their character
Slander occurs when:
• Knows their statement about a person is untrue... • Deliberate…
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Much Ado About Nothing
Requite
Warrant
Slander
Mirth
(v) 1. To make payment or return for. 2. To avenge.
(v) 1. To guarantee the quality. 2. To guarantee the reliabil…
(n) A false and malicious statement about someone.
(n) Gladness and gaiety.
Requite
(v) 1. To make payment or return for. 2. To avenge.
Warrant
(v) 1. To guarantee the quality. 2. To guarantee the reliabil…
12 terms
Much Ado About Nothing
Fuss, especially about something that…
before
a conventional Italian term of address…
a spanish title prefixed to a male for…
Ado
ere
signoir
Don
Fuss, especially about something that…
Ado
before
ere
Much Ado About Nothing
Disdain
Impediment
Fraud
To solicit
Contempt, scorn (презрение , пренебрежение)
Obstacle (препятствие, помеха)
Rouge, Crook-мошенник, плут, обманщик
To ask, to beg
Disdain
Contempt, scorn (презрение , пренебрежение)
Impediment
Obstacle (препятствие, помеха)
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requite
Warrant
slander
mirth
to make payment or return for. To avenge.
to guarantee the quality. to guarantee the reliability of; vo…
a false and malicious statement about someone.
gladness and gaiety.
requite
to make payment or return for. To avenge.
Warrant
to guarantee the quality. to guarantee the reliability of; vo…
15 terms
much ado about nothing
PROTAGONISTS
RISING ACTION
CLIMAX
FALLING ACTION
Claudio, Hero, Beatrice, and Benedick
Claudio falls in love with Hero; Benedick, Don Pedro, and Cla…
Claudio rejects Hero at the altar, insulting her and accusing…
Benedick challenges Claudio to a duel for slandering Hero; Le…
PROTAGONISTS
Claudio, Hero, Beatrice, and Benedick
RISING ACTION
Claudio falls in love with Hero; Benedick, Don Pedro, and Cla…
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