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ENGLISH SHAKESPEARE ACT 1
True
It means, to the witches, good weather…
Macdonwald
he declared him to be executed
T/F- In Shakespeare's time the audience believed in the super…
What does the saying "fair is foul and foul is fair" mean
who was the traitor and rebel who betrayed Duncan
What did King Duncan do to the Thane of Cowdor
True
T/F- In Shakespeare's time the audience believed in the super…
It means, to the witches, good weather…
What does the saying "fair is foul and foul is fair" mean
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English Shakespeare Words 1
bird of night
tempest
saucy
falling sickness
owl
storms
disrespectful
epilepsy
bird of night
owl
tempest
storms
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English Shakespeare 1
Semblance (n)
Wanton (n)
Catechizing (v)
Ostentation (n)
The state of being somewhat like something but not truly or f…
Sexually immodest or promiscous woman
To question ststematically or searchingly; interrogate someone
Excessive display, done to attract attention, admiration, or…
Semblance (n)
The state of being somewhat like something but not truly or f…
Wanton (n)
Sexually immodest or promiscous woman
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English 1 Shakespeare Vocab
Blank verse
Comedy
Epilogue
Folio
Shakespearean blank verse that consists of unrhymed lines in…
One of 4 main genres of drama Shakespeare wrote. Has a happy…
A final address to the audience, usually delivered by a chara…
A large book made by folding standard sheets of paper into ha…
Blank verse
Shakespearean blank verse that consists of unrhymed lines in…
Comedy
One of 4 main genres of drama Shakespeare wrote. Has a happy…
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English 1 Shakespeare Vocab
Sonnet
Comedy
Speaker of the poem
Stanza
Poem made up of 14 lines that rhyme with 10 syllables
Play, movie, etc. that's meant to make people laugh
Persona of the poem
Group of poem lines
Sonnet
Poem made up of 14 lines that rhyme with 10 syllables
Comedy
Play, movie, etc. that's meant to make people laugh
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english shakespeare 1
acquit
bellicose
cantankerous
dilligent
to free or clear from accusation
warlike in manner
ill-tempered, or disagreeable
hard working
acquit
to free or clear from accusation
bellicose
warlike in manner
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Shakespeare Quiz English 1
Renaissance (rebirth) or the Elizabeth…
Tudor
Lords chamberlains men
The Globe Theater
Shakespeare lived in england during the time of
Elizabeth was the last member of the house of
the other shareholders that became joint owners in the theater
theater that Shakespeare and other people became joint owners…
Renaissance (rebirth) or the Elizabeth…
Shakespeare lived in england during the time of
Tudor
Elizabeth was the last member of the house of
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English Shakespeare vocab 1
Thither
Hither
Whither
Thence
To there.
To here.
To where?
From there?
Thither
To there.
Hither
To here.
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Shakespeare Honors English 1
when and where was Shakespeare born
who were his parents? list important d…
While scholars can prove that Shakespe…
Who did Shakespeare marry? What are tw…
Stratford-upon-Avon on April 23, 1564
john Shakespeare & Mary Arden ... dad was a leather merchant (ma…
no records, college!, wrote for illiterates, what school he w…
Anne Hathaway ( 26 and pregnant) , both twins died... + William…
when and where was Shakespeare born
Stratford-upon-Avon on April 23, 1564
who were his parents? list important d…
john Shakespeare & Mary Arden ... dad was a leather merchant (ma…
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English 1 Shakespeare Terms
star-crossed
take the wall
bite my thumb at you
thee
doomed love
represents higher status
a rude insult/gesture
you
star-crossed
doomed love
take the wall
represents higher status
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English Shakespeare 1&2
Bombast
Prattle
Heathen
Provender
Pompous speech or writing
Foolish talk
A person who does not belong to a widely held religion
Supplies
Bombast
Pompous speech or writing
Prattle
Foolish talk
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English--Shakespeare Quiz 1
Birth
Death
Schooling
Family
April 1564 (Stratford Upon Avon)
April 1616 (Statford Upon Avon)
Kings New School in Stratford (English Grammar school establi…
- 2 twins (Judith and Hamnit) 1585... - Had another child (Suzan…
Birth
April 1564 (Stratford Upon Avon)
Death
April 1616 (Statford Upon Avon)
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English Shakespeare Act 1
adversary
endure
forfeit
fortnight
Opponent, enemy, or foe.
To continue to exist; to last; to tolerate or bear.
A fine or a penalty.
A period of 14 days; two weeks.
adversary
Opponent, enemy, or foe.
endure
To continue to exist; to last; to tolerate or bear.
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English Shakespeare Words 1
Wane
Mirth
Vexation
Filch
v. to decrease in size... n. a period in time of decline
n. gladness shown in laughter
n. irritation or annoyance
v. to steal in small quantities
Wane
v. to decrease in size... n. a period in time of decline
Mirth
n. gladness shown in laughter
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English Vocabulary Shakespeare 1
Augment
Adversary
Chaste
Exquisite
to increase or intensify
opponent, foe, enemy
virtuous, decent, pure in style or manner
of special beauty or charm
Augment
to increase or intensify
Adversary
opponent, foe, enemy
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English Shakespeare Vocab 1
adversary
augmenting
deformities
discreet
enemy; opponent
adding to; enlarging
irregularities; disfigurements
showing good judgment; perceptive
adversary
enemy; opponent
augmenting
adding to; enlarging
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English Shakespeare Week 1
Sonnet
Verse
Blank verse
Prose
A poem, properly expressive of a single, complete thought, id…
A stanza
unrhymed verse, especially the unrhymed iambic pentameter mos…
Talking normally
Sonnet
A poem, properly expressive of a single, complete thought, id…
Verse
A stanza
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English Shakespeare Vocab #1
Augment
Adversary
Chaste
Exquisite
to increase or intensify
opponent, foe, enemy
virtuous, decent, pure in style or manner, virginal
of special beauty or charm
Augment
to increase or intensify
Adversary
opponent, foe, enemy
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english shakespeare vocab 1
partisan
pernicious
covert
prtent
a weapon having a blade with lateral projections mounted on t…
very destructive or harmful, deadly, baneful, detrimental
secret, concealed, clandestine, furtive, stealthy,
a sign or forewarning; omen, warning;
partisan
a weapon having a blade with lateral projections mounted on t…
pernicious
very destructive or harmful, deadly, baneful, detrimental
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English Shakespeare Vocab 1
Vexation
Feign
Abjure
Austerity
(n) Anger Ex: Her singing was vexing him
(v) Fake something Ex: She feigned the passport
(v)Abandon, reject Ex: He abjured his family
(a) Severity, Strict Ex:He suffered from all the austerity in…
Vexation
(n) Anger Ex: Her singing was vexing him
Feign
(v) Fake something Ex: She feigned the passport
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English 1 Shakespeare vocab terms
Drama
Tragedy
Exposition
Scene design
A fictional representation of a story through dialogue and pe…
any literary composition, as a novel, dealing with a somber t…
used to introduce background information about events, settin…
The artistic creation of the place (the set, including backgr…
Drama
A fictional representation of a story through dialogue and pe…
Tragedy
any literary composition, as a novel, dealing with a somber t…
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english shakespeare vocal 1
plot
dialogue
acts and scenes
playright
the sequence of events
the speeches of the characters
re basic structures of drama
author of the play
plot
the sequence of events
dialogue
the speeches of the characters
english shakespeare vocab 1
aerial
clangor
dishearten
frugal
existing in air
loud noise
discourage
not wasteful
aerial
existing in air
clangor
loud noise
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English Shakespeare 1
linger
melancholy
pomp
vexation
take one's time; proceed slowly
a humor that was once believed to cause sadness
ceremonial elegance and splendor
anger produced by some annoying irritation
linger
take one's time; proceed slowly
melancholy
a humor that was once believed to cause sadness
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English 1: Shakespeare
Ambition
Construe
Countenance
Herald
A desire for distinction: power, honor, fame, wealth
To explain or interpret
appearance of the look or expression on the face.
A person or thing that precedes or comes before.
Ambition
A desire for distinction: power, honor, fame, wealth
Construe
To explain or interpret
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ENGLISH-Shakespeare 1
Filched
Abjure
Persuasion
Revenue
Snitched, Stole
To give up; abstain from
A strongly held opinion, a conviction
Income; wealth
Filched
Snitched, Stole
Abjure
To give up; abstain from
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ENGLISH-Shakespeare 1
Filched
Abjure
Persuasion
Revenue
Snitched, Stole
To give up; abstain from
A strongly held opinion, a conviction
Income; wealth
Filched
Snitched, Stole
Abjure
To give up; abstain from
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English 1 Shakespeare Vocabulary
Personification
Metaphor
Simile
Hyperbole
giving a description to something who is incapable of achievi…
figure of speech which compares two things that are unlike bu…
comparison of words that uses like or as
exaggeration used to heighten effect
Personification
giving a description to something who is incapable of achievi…
Metaphor
figure of speech which compares two things that are unlike bu…
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Shakespeare Act 1 ENGLISH
wanes
vexation
abjure
avouch
to decrease
irritation
give up under oath
affirmation
wanes
to decrease
vexation
irritation
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English vocab Shakespeare 1
Valiant
Fray
Pernicious
Portentous
Brave; courageous
Fight; brawl; quarrel
Causing great injury, destruction, etc.; fatal
Ominous;threatening
Valiant
Brave; courageous
Fray
Fight; brawl; quarrel
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English 1 - Shakespeare Language
alack
anon
aye
e'en
alas!
soon
yes
even
alack
alas!
anon
soon
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English Shakespeare act 1
Adversary
Boisterous
Nuptial
Aside
Rival/ rivalry
Noisy, energetic, cheerful, rowdy
Of or relating to marriage
To one side... Example: Sampson is in between Gregory
Adversary
Rival/ rivalry
Boisterous
Noisy, energetic, cheerful, rowdy
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English vocab Shakespeare 1
pomp
renowned
feign
filch
a great ceremony (noun)
great, famous (verb)
to pretend (verb)
to steal (verb)
pomp
a great ceremony (noun)
renowned
great, famous (verb)
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Honors English 1: Shakespeare
Stratford on Avon
John Shakespeare
Mary Arden
16
the town where Shakespeare grew up
Shakespeare's dad
Shakespeare's mom
the age Shakespeare stopped going to grade school
Stratford on Avon
the town where Shakespeare grew up
John Shakespeare
Shakespeare's dad
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English Shakespeare Vocabulary 1
Mirth
Reveling (Revelling)
Vexation
Feigning (feign)
cheerfulness, laughter
To celebrate
Annoyance, irritation
Pretending, bluffing
Mirth
cheerfulness, laughter
Reveling (Revelling)
To celebrate
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English Shakespeare Act 1
soliloquy
dialogue
monologue
aside
character alone on stage, talking to themselves
conversation between 2+ people
a character gives a long speech to other characters
breaks the fourth wall, comments to the audience
soliloquy
character alone on stage, talking to themselves
dialogue
conversation between 2+ people
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English Shakespeare 1
aside
tragic hero
Tragic flaw
Siloquy
a dramatic devince in which a character speakes to the audience
Main character during a trageday mainly whom makes an error i…
A defect in nature or in the personality of the hero tht lead…
He character that speaks alone on stage revealing their inner…
aside
a dramatic devince in which a character speakes to the audience
tragic hero
Main character during a trageday mainly whom makes an error i…
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English Shakespeare Vocab #1
imperial synonym
imperial antonym
prophecy antonym
prophecy synonym
kingly
common
retrospection
prediction
imperial synonym
kingly
imperial antonym
common
English 1 Shakespeare vocab
Soliloquy
Aside
Sonnet
Protagonist
the act of talking while or as if alone
words spoken so as not to be heard by other present
A 14 line long poem. It is in the prologue. Every line has 10…
the hero in literary work
Soliloquy
the act of talking while or as if alone
Aside
words spoken so as not to be heard by other present
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English Vocab Shakespeare 1
aside
comic relief
comedy
epiphany
an actor's speech that's directed to the audience, that is no…
a humorous scene or incident that alleviates the tension in t…
a literary work that is amusing and ends happily
when a character experiences a deep realization about him/her…
aside
an actor's speech that's directed to the audience, that is no…
comic relief
a humorous scene or incident that alleviates the tension in t…
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English SHAKESPEARE 1-20
scorn
fray
bid,bade,bidden
chastity,chaste
鄙视
打斗
出价,投标,恳求
纯洁
scorn
鄙视
fray
打斗
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Honors English 1: Shakespeare
Stratford on Avon
John Shakespeare
Mary Arden
16
the town where Shakespeare grew up
Shakespeare's dad
Shakespeare's mom
the age Shakespeare stopped going to grade school
Stratford on Avon
the town where Shakespeare grew up
John Shakespeare
Shakespeare's dad
35 terms
English Shakespeare vocab 1
Ere
Anon
Domineer
Doff
Before
Soon
To exercise power over someone in a cruel way
To remove/take off (clothing)
Ere
Before
Anon
Soon
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English Vocal Shakespeare 1
Buffet
Mirth
Malice
Rapt
(v) strike repeatedly and violently (The waves buffeted the b…
(n) amusement (His eyes twinkled with mirth after hearing the…
(n)desire to do evil (She was shocked at the malice in his ey…
(adj) completely fascinated by what one is seeing or hearing…
Buffet
(v) strike repeatedly and violently (The waves buffeted the b…
Mirth
(n) amusement (His eyes twinkled with mirth after hearing the…
36 terms
English 1- Shakespeare Words
Pernicious
Abhor
Alliteration
Allusion
(Adj.) Wickedly hurtful or fatal
(V.) To hate or detest
Repeating sounds at the beginning of nearby words, can be con…
A reference to someone or something in pop culture without ex…
Pernicious
(Adj.) Wickedly hurtful or fatal
Abhor
(V.) To hate or detest
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english 1 shakespeare review
shakespeare birth and death
shakespeare born in the town of
shakespeare quit school at the age of
shakespeare at the age of 18 married a…
1564 and 1616
strafford upon avon
16
ann hathaway
shakespeare birth and death
1564 and 1616
shakespeare born in the town of
strafford upon avon
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English Shakespeare Words 1
Wane
Mirth
Vexation
Filch
v. to decrease in size... n. a period in time of decline
n. gladness shown in laughter
n. irritation or annoyance
v. to steal in small quantities
Wane
v. to decrease in size... n. a period in time of decline
Mirth
n. gladness shown in laughter
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English Vocal (Shakespeare 1)
abatement
surfeit
coistrel
abjure
1)reduction, decrease... 2) suppression or termination
1) excessive amount... 2) overindulgence in eating or drinking
a mean person
to avoid or to renounce (a belief or claim)
abatement
1)reduction, decrease... 2) suppression or termination
surfeit
1) excessive amount... 2) overindulgence in eating or drinking
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Shakespeare Slang English 1
you
my
your
now
thou
thine
thy
ho
you
thou
my
thine
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English Vocab - Shakespeare #1
obscenely
lamentable
marry (our play is)
spread yourselves
freely; no restrictions
mournful; sad
okay (our play is)
spread out
obscenely
freely; no restrictions
lamentable
mournful; sad
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