- Created by: GreenGooSnake
- Created on: 23-07-19 15:21
It's easy to feel intimidated by Shakespeare's bizarre language. Don't be - the weird stuff is there for a reason, and it's nothing to worry about. Even if it does seem like utter twaddle...
Don't Worry about the funny Old Words.
Don't be put off - it's normally pretty obvious what they mean.
"Thee" and "thou" = "you"
"Thy" = "your"
"Hath" = "has"
1) Funny verb endings:
hast = have.
2) Missing words (eek!):
I must another way = I must go another way.
3) Missing letters:
banish'd = banished.
wish'd = wished.
Shakespeare makes a lot of Comparisons.
Shakespeare loves comparing things to other things.
Sometimes he'll give you a helping hand by making it really …