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(LA 10) Shakespeare
Shakespeare
April, 1564
April, 1616
Stratford-upon-Avon, United Kingdom
English poet, playwright, and actor
When was Shakespeare born?
When did Shakespeare die?
Where was Shakespeare born?
Shakespeare
English poet, playwright, and actor
April, 1564
When was Shakespeare born?
41 terms
Shakespeare MC Honors 10
the Renaissance
King Henry VIII
Queen Elizabeth I
verse drama
period of history lasting from the 14th to the 17th century w…
the father of Queen Elizabeth I who founded the Church of Eng…
Queen of England during Shakespeare's lifetime who reigned fr…
plays in which the dialogue consists mostly or entirely of po…
the Renaissance
period of history lasting from the 14th to the 17th century w…
King Henry VIII
the father of Queen Elizabeth I who founded the Church of Eng…
19 terms
Unit 10 William Shakespeare
a glove-maker
a twin
a deer
a teenager
перчаточник
близнец
олень
подросток
a glove-maker
перчаточник
a twin
близнец
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shakespeare vocab 10
askance
attenuate
benign
cavil
adv. with suspicion, distrust, or disapproval
v. to make thin or slender, to weaken
adj. gentle, kind, forgiving
v. to find fault in a petty way
askance
adv. with suspicion, distrust, or disapproval
attenuate
v. to make thin or slender, to weaken
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Text 10- Shakespeare
abrupt
reappearance
curtain
immortal
äkillinen
paluu, ilmestyminen
verho, esirippu
kuolematon
abrupt
äkillinen
reappearance
paluu, ilmestyminen
9 terms
Shakespeare Stealer Ch. 10-12
jostled
petty
avenge
lout
to bump, push or shove
not important
to take vengeance or revenge
an awkward; stupid person
jostled
to bump, push or shove
petty
not important
64 terms
English 10 - Shakespeare Vocab.
ALACK or ALAS
ANON
ART
AY
an exclamation of sorrow or dismay
immediately; at once
are
yes; "oh"
ALACK or ALAS
an exclamation of sorrow or dismay
ANON
immediately; at once
26 terms
English 10 Shakespeare vocab
ere
thane
present
hath
before
noblemen; military leader
now
have or has
ere
before
thane
noblemen; military leader
10 terms
10 Shakespeare facts
Elizabethan age
English Renaissance
William Shakespeare was born
Romeo and Juliet was written in
1558-1603
1500-1660
1564
1594
Elizabethan age
1558-1603
English Renaissance
1500-1660
18 terms
Shakespeare Ch 6-10
Antagonists
Resolutely
Prodigious
Vantage
Opponents
Determinedly
Of great power
A position that allows a clear view
Antagonists
Opponents
Resolutely
Determinedly
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10 shakespeare words
Thou
saucy
iron crow
amble
Refers to somone like the word "you" does.
Insolent. "Mouthy"
A crow bar made of iron.
A slow, or easy walk.
Thou
Refers to somone like the word "you" does.
saucy
Insolent. "Mouthy"
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English 10 Shakespeare
Who supported Shakespeare's plays?
What things did Elizabeth support?
What was the name of Shakespeare's act…
What was the name of the theater that…
Queen Elizabeth.
1. Literature... 2. Painting... 3. Sculpture... 4. Architecture... 5. Mus…
Lord Chamberlain's Men
The Globe Theatre.
Who supported Shakespeare's plays?
Queen Elizabeth.
What things did Elizabeth support?
1. Literature... 2. Painting... 3. Sculpture... 4. Architecture... 5. Mus…
10 terms
Shakespeare Vocab List 10
beguile
dote
discord
revelry
to charm or enchant
to be excessive in one's attention; excessive love
disagreement between people
lively and noisy celebration
beguile
to charm or enchant
dote
to be excessive in one's attention; excessive love
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Vocab #10 Shakespeare
Abridge
Affable
Obscure
Ascend
to shorten, to diminish
friendly courteous, amiable
difficult to see, vague
to move upward, to rise from a lower station
Abridge
to shorten, to diminish
Affable
friendly courteous, amiable
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Shakespeare Test~ English 10
Shakespeares birth
Shakespeares death
Date of Romeo and Juliet
Built the Globe Theater
April 23, 1564
April 23,1616
Circa 1595
1599
Shakespeares birth
April 23, 1564
Shakespeares death
April 23,1616
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English 10 - Shakespeare Review
What was the biggest difference betwee…
What year was Shakespeare born?
What grade education did Shakespeare r…
What was Shakespeare before he became…
Language
1564
Grammer
A playwright
What was the biggest difference betwee…
Language
What year was Shakespeare born?
1564
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Vocab #10 Shakespeare Unit
abridge
affable
obscure
ascend
to shorten or diminish
friendly courteous, amiable
difficult to see, vague
to move upward, to rise from a lower station
abridge
to shorten or diminish
affable
friendly courteous, amiable
10 terms
10 facts about shakespeare
year of birth/death
Time period
family
Marriage
1564-1616
catholic during a time when England was becoming increasing p…
upper middle class/stratford UPON Avon
Anne Hathaway when he was 18 and she was 26
year of birth/death
1564-1616
Time period
catholic during a time when England was becoming increasing p…
10 Shakespeare dates
1564
1582
1582
1594
Shakespeare born
Married anne hathaway
Susanna, fiest child born
Wrote r & j
1564
Shakespeare born
1582
Married anne hathaway
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Shakespeare Ch.6-10
Antagonists
Resolutely
Prodigious
Vantage
opponents
determinedly
of great power
a position that allows a clear view
Antagonists
opponents
Resolutely
determinedly
10 terms
10 Facts about Shakespeare
Fact 1
Fact 2
Fact 3
Fact 4
He performed for Queen Elizabeth 1 ... http://www.shakespeare-on…
He had 2 daughters ... http://www.worldwideschool.com/library/bo…
Shakespeare was very wealthy... http://www.shakespeare-online.co…
Shakespeare would perform at 5 theatres... http://www.nosweatsha…
Fact 1
He performed for Queen Elizabeth 1 ... http://www.shakespeare-on…
Fact 2
He had 2 daughters ... http://www.worldwideschool.com/library/bo…
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Shakespeare March 10
Adversary
obdurate
malice
inevitable
an opponent
refusing to do what people want
the desire to cause harm to another person
something that is certain to happen
Adversary
an opponent
obdurate
refusing to do what people want
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shakespeare words 1-10
knave
crooked
sere
blunt
unreliable scoundrel
not straight
having lost all moisture
devoid of any qaulifaications
knave
unreliable scoundrel
crooked
not straight
21 terms
English 10 Shakespeare terminology
Allusion
Aside
Blank Verse
Catastrophe
An indirect reference to a famous person, place, or literary…
A short speech directed to the audience, or other character,…
Unrhymed poetry written in iambic pentameter
Occurs as a result of a tragic hero's actions. It is a horrib…
Allusion
An indirect reference to a famous person, place, or literary…
Aside
A short speech directed to the audience, or other character,…
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Shakespeare 1st set of 10
http://www.history.com/news/history-li…
Shakespeare married an older woman who…
Shakespeare's father held a lot of dif…
Nobody knows what Shakespeare did betw…
...
...
...
...
http://www.history.com/news/history-li…
...
Shakespeare married an older woman who…
...
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Shakespeare 6-10 vocab
blithely
languidly
Debacles
contrived
in a carefree way
weakly, sluggishly
stunning failures!
managed, thought up!
blithely
in a carefree way
languidly
weakly, sluggishly
30 terms
Shakespeare Unit Terms- Grade 10
Act
Alliteration
Allusion
Aside
A major section of a play, similar to a chapter in a book; an…
The repetition of initial consonant sounds often used to emph…
A reference to a well-known person, place, event, literary wo…
Words spoken by an actor which are intended to be heard by th…
Act
A major section of a play, similar to a chapter in a book; an…
Alliteration
The repetition of initial consonant sounds often used to emph…
37 terms
shakespeare review 10/24
monologue
soliloquy
tragedy
tragic hero
-a long, important speech by 1 person directed towards others…
a long, important speech in which a character speaks inner th…
-dramatic work that presents characters who are involved in h…
-main character of a tragedy... -usually dies at the end... -always…
monologue
-a long, important speech by 1 person directed towards others…
soliloquy
a long, important speech in which a character speaks inner th…
21 terms
Shakespeare Drama flashcards 10
Allusion
Aside
Blank verse
Catastrophe
An indirect reference to a famous person, place, event, or li…
A short speech directed to the audience or other character th…
Unrhymed poetry written in iambic pentameter
Occurs as a result of tragic Hero's actions. It is a horrible…
Allusion
An indirect reference to a famous person, place, event, or li…
Aside
A short speech directed to the audience or other character th…
10 terms
First 10 of Shakespeare
Aye
Dote (on)
Thou
Thee
Yes
Love
You (subject)
You (object)
Aye
Yes
Dote (on)
Love
10 terms
Shakespeare First 10
Tragedy
Iambic Pentameter
Simile
Metaphor
A play, novel, or other narrative that depicts serious and im…
A five-beat poetic line
Figurative language drawing comparison
A figure of speech in which a word or phrase is applied to an…
Tragedy
A play, novel, or other narrative that depicts serious and im…
Iambic Pentameter
A five-beat poetic line
21 terms
Shakespeare terms English 10
Allusion
Aside
Blank Verse
Catastrophe
An indirect reference to a famous person, place, event, or li…
A short speech directed to the audience, or other character,…
Unrhymed poetry written in Iambic pentameter
Occurs as a result of tragic hero's actions. It is a horrible…
Allusion
An indirect reference to a famous person, place, event, or li…
Aside
A short speech directed to the audience, or other character,…
19 terms
Shakespeare English 10
Shakespeare birth
Shakespeare death
Place of birth
Children's names
April 23 1564
April 23 1616
Stratford
Susanna,Judith,hamnet
Shakespeare birth
April 23 1564
Shakespeare death
April 23 1616
10 terms
Shakespeare 10 more words
Blank Verse
Comic Relief
Dramatic Irony
Extended Metaphor
Poetry written in unrhymed iambic pentameter (widely used by…
A technique that is used to interrupt a serious part of a lit…
A contradiction in what a character think or knows and what t…
A writer speaks or writes of a subject as thought it were som…
Blank Verse
Poetry written in unrhymed iambic pentameter (widely used by…
Comic Relief
A technique that is used to interrupt a serious part of a lit…
12 terms
Shakespeare Stealer 8-10
Footbridges
Incredulously
Formidable
Curry
: a bridge for people who are walking
: not able or willing to believe something : feeling or showi…
: very powerful or strong : deserving serious attention and r…
: to clean the coat of (as a horse) with a currycomb... : to tre…
Footbridges
: a bridge for people who are walking
Incredulously
: not able or willing to believe something : feeling or showi…
10 terms
English 10 Shakespeare Terms
Allusion
Aside
Blank Verse
Catastrophe
an indirect reference to a person, place, event, or literary…
a short speech directed to the audience, or other character,…
unrhymed poetry written in iambic pentameter
occurs as a result of tragic hero's actions. It is a horrible…
Allusion
an indirect reference to a person, place, event, or literary…
Aside
a short speech directed to the audience, or other character,…
21 terms
English 10 Shakespeare Terms
Allusion
Aside
Blank Verse
Catastrophe
An indirect reference to a famous person, place, event, or li…
A short speech directed to the audience, or other character,…
Unrhymed poetry written in iambic pentameter
Occurs as a result of tragic hero's actions. It is a horrible…
Allusion
An indirect reference to a famous person, place, event, or li…
Aside
A short speech directed to the audience, or other character,…
21 terms
English 10 Shakespeare
Allusion
Aside
Blank Verse
Catastrophe
An indirect reference to a famous person, place, event, or li…
A short speech directed to the audience, or other character,…
Unrhymed poetry written in iambic pentameter
Occurs as a result of tragic hero's actions. It is a horrible…
Allusion
An indirect reference to a famous person, place, event, or li…
Aside
A short speech directed to the audience, or other character,…
10 terms
Shakespeare Stealer 6-10
Clamor
Disdain
Incompetent
Sullen
Loud noises;movement
Anger, resentment, scorn
Not have the ability
Bad tempered
Clamor
Loud noises;movement
Disdain
Anger, resentment, scorn
9 terms
Shakespeare vocab 1-10
Alack or Alas
Anon
Art
Ay
an exclamation of sorrow or dismay
immediatly at once
are
yes; "oh"
Alack or Alas
an exclamation of sorrow or dismay
Anon
immediatly at once
10 terms
shakespeare 1-10
alack
anon
art
ay
exclamation of sorrow or dismay
immediately
are
yes
alack
exclamation of sorrow or dismay
anon
immediately
21 terms
shakespeare english 10 unit
Allusion
Aside
blank verse
catastrophe
indirect reference to a famous person, place, event, or liter…
a short speech directed to the audience or another character,…
unrhymed poem written in an iambic pentameter
Occurs as a result of a tragic heroes actions
Allusion
indirect reference to a famous person, place, event, or liter…
Aside
a short speech directed to the audience or another character,…
21 terms
English 10 Shakespeare terms
Allusion
Aside
Blank verse
Catastrophe
An indirect reference to a famous person, place, event, or li…
A short speech directed to the audience, or other character,…
Unrhymed poetry written in iambic pentameter
Occurs as a result of tragic hero's actions. It is a horrible…
Allusion
An indirect reference to a famous person, place, event, or li…
Aside
A short speech directed to the audience, or other character,…
21 terms
English 10 Shakespeare Terms
Allusion
Aside
Blank Verse
Catastrophe
An indirect reference to a famous person, place, event, or li…
A short speech directed to the audience, or other character,…
Unrhymed poetry written in iambic pentameter
Occurs as a result of tragic hero's actions. It is a horrible…
Allusion
An indirect reference to a famous person, place, event, or li…
Aside
A short speech directed to the audience, or other character,…
21 terms
ENGLISH 10 SHAKESPEARE
Allusion
Aside
Blank Verse
Catastrophe
an indirect reference to a famous person, place, event or lit…
a short speech directed to the audience, or... other character,…
unrhymed poetry written in iambic... pentameter
Occurs as a result of tragic hero's actions. It is a... horrible…
Allusion
an indirect reference to a famous person, place, event or lit…
Aside
a short speech directed to the audience, or... other character,…
15 terms
Shakespeare 10-20-15
Personification
Plot
Refrain
Rising action
A figure of speech in which something nonhuman is giving huma…
The sequence of events or actions and a short story novel pla…
A word, phrase, line or group of lines repeated regularly and…
The action lead into the climax in the simultaneous increase…
Personification
A figure of speech in which something nonhuman is giving huma…
Plot
The sequence of events or actions and a short story novel pla…
25 terms
Shakespeare Quiz 3/10
Nickname
Reigning monarch during time period
Birthday
Father's occupation
Bard of Avon
Queen Elizabeth
April 23, 1564
Glove maker, leather merchant, rose through a series of posit…
Nickname
Bard of Avon
Reigning monarch during time period
Queen Elizabeth
15 terms
Shakespeare Quiz 2/10
(Literary Terms)... Drama
Tragedy
Prologue
Sonnet
A story written to be acted for an audience
A play, novel, or other narrative that depicts serious and im…
A short introduction that gives a bread overview of the plot
14 line lyric poem that is written in iambic pentameter that…
(Literary Terms)... Drama
A story written to be acted for an audience
Tragedy
A play, novel, or other narrative that depicts serious and im…
40 terms
English 10 - The Life of Shakespeare
How much do we know about Shakespeare'…
Where was Shakespeare born?
What date was he born on?
Did Shakespeare ever get married? If s…
There are many gaps in what we know about Shakespeare because…
Stratford-On-Avon
Allegedly on April 23, 1564
Yes, he married Anne Hathaway on November 28, 1582
How much do we know about Shakespeare'…
There are many gaps in what we know about Shakespeare because…
Where was Shakespeare born?
Stratford-On-Avon
115 terms
Unit 10: Shakespeare
bear-baiting
cock-fighting
slapstick
tailor
Bärenhetzjagd
Hahnenkampf
Klamauk
schneider
bear-baiting
Bärenhetzjagd
cock-fighting
Hahnenkampf
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