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This is for english class. If you can help me with this, I'll do what ever i can to help you. Just tell me wha? Topic: How to write a sonnet about music
June 17, 2019 / By Tria
Question: 1) Shakespeare wrote his works in Old/Elizabethan English. True False 2) In addition to plays, Shakespeare wrote many sonnets. True False 3) Shakespeare's plays were usually performed without music or sound effects. True False 4) Shakespeare's stages were famous for their elaborate scenery True False 5) Shakespeare's plays normally began at dusk. True False 6) There is a monument of Shakespeare in his hometown. True False 7) A soliloquy was used in many of Shakespeare's plays and it like a window into the characters' thoughts. True False 8) Building the Globe Theater was an important business move for Shakespeare. True False 9) Romeo and Juliet could have been presented in two hours. True False 10) The open stage of the Elizabethan Theatre allowed plays to move quickly. True False 11) Shakespeare was born in Stratford-upon-Avon, but what county is the town in? Susssex Norfolk Durham Warwickshire 12) When did Shakespeare write his plays? 15th and 16th century 14th and 15th century 16th and 17th century 17th and 18th century 13) How many children did Shakespeare have? 1 2 3 none 14) How much did Shakespeare write? 1 play, 38 sonnets and 154 epic narrative poems 54 plays, 5 sonnets and 38 epic narrative plays 54 plays, 38 sonnets and 5 epic narrative poems 38 plays, 154 sonnets and 2 epic narrative poems 15) What happened to the Globe Theatre in 1613? It leaked It fell down it was opened it burnt down 16) How is Sam Wanamaker connected with Shakespeare? He is the great, great, great, grandchild of Shakespeare It was his vision to rebuild the globe In no way whatsoever He owned all the publishing rights 17) How many words did Shakespeare actually 'invent'? About 3,000 None About 1,000 About 13,000 18) Where did Shakespeare retire to? London Brighton America Stratford-upon-Avon 19) Which of these phrases appears on Shakespeare's gravestone? "May the great author rest in peace." "He wrote so much that man will take years to understand all "He arrived on this earth with nothing, then he left it all" "...cursed be he that moves my bones." 20) In what play did the Globe burn down? The Lion King Love Labours Richard II Henry VIII 21) Who closed the Globe Theatre in 1624? Russians Catholics Puritans English 22) Where was the Globe Theatre located? Paris, France Central London, England Southwark London, England Moscow, Russia 23) When was the Globe Theatre built? 1970 1587 1599 1609 24) What was the first play performed at the Globe? Ragtime Julias Caeser Romeo and Juliet Taming of the Shrew 25) When is Shakespeare's birthday traditionally celebrated? April 1st April 12th April 21st April 23rd 26) How old was Shakespeare when he got married? 27) Who did Shakespeare marry? 28) What was the theater in London that Shakespeare was associated with? 29) How old was Shakespeare when he died?
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Salina Salina | 1 day ago
It'll take ten mins to do one the internet! But here is what I know... 1. T 2. T 3. F 4. F 19. Cursed be he that moves my bones... 27. Anne Hathaway
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Salina Originally Answered: This is for english class. If you can help me with this, I'll do what ever i can to help you. Just tell me wha?
It'll take ten mins to do one the internet! But here is what I know... 1. T 2. T 3. F 4. F 19. Cursed be he that moves my bones... 27. Anne Hathaway
Salina Originally Answered: This is for english class. If you can help me with this, I'll do what ever i can to help you. Just tell me wha?
I can't really say much for the first three books since I did not read those in my freshman year. However, I did read the last three ^^. Lord of the Flies is basically about a group of boys being stranded on an island. It's a really easy read, so it should be easy to interpret as well. I found it interesting (along with a few of my friends), so it may spark your interest as well :) The Odyssey is a rather long epic poem, which is basically a story written in a "poetic" way. The language might be hard to interpret (unless you have a really well annotated version), but the plot really drew me into it. I admit that I had to skim through some parts the book though, heh. Antigone was a play if i remember correctly. It was pretty awesome though, at least to me. Actually, I read this in sophomore honors so I'm not sure if it'll be hard to understand xD. Well that was my two cents. Have fun in honors english!

Nicola Nicola
I can't really say much for the first three books since I did not read those in my freshman year. However, I did read the last three ^^. Lord of the Flies is basically about a group of boys being stranded on an island. It's a really easy read, so it should be easy to interpret as well. I found it interesting (along with a few of my friends), so it may spark your interest as well :) The Odyssey is a rather long epic poem, which is basically a story written in a "poetic" way. The language might be hard to interpret (unless you have a really well annotated version), but the plot really drew me into it. I admit that I had to skim through some parts the book though, heh. Antigone was a play if i remember correctly. It was pretty awesome though, at least to me. Actually, I read this in sophomore honors so I'm not sure if it'll be hard to understand xD. Well that was my two cents. Have fun in honors english!
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Nicola Originally Answered: Did you pay attention in English class?
OMG. The least amount of characters does not mean the greatest amount of clarity. And too many words does not necessarily foster clarity either. So rather than rotflmaf, I will laugh until I cry at the absurdity of the debate about it.
Nicola Originally Answered: Did you pay attention in English class?
I did pay attention, though I can't say as I learned any more than I had to. After graduating from high school and finally getting through typing class I thought it was one class I had wasted my time in and almost failed besides. Then came computers about 20 years later and I realized that class was not a waste after all and all I had tried to learn in that class quickly resurfaced and put to use on the computer. I am not good at the chat speak and have trouble understanding it at times. Using I instead of i is not all that difficult, but I think the i is used because most writing programs automatically make the i an I for you. But like I tell my chat friends who can not spell worth a darn "I understand how to read hieroglyphics"...

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