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Transcript of Shakespeare's influence
The Elizabethan Era
Hyphenation & Blank Verse
* The seating.
* His work.
* His Influence.
* Language written as spoken.
* NO formalized prescriptive grammar.
* Grammar rules not standardized.
* Rapidly absorb of words from other languages.
* The Battle of Bosworth ended with
the Wars of Roses.
* Tudor Dinasty (1485 - 1603)
* Inspired national pride through
* Flowering of poetry, music & literature.
To connect or divide words with a hyphen.
Type of poetry distinguished by having a regular meter but not rhyme.
* The mastery words that he used.
* His ability to:
° Formulate new, popular words.
° Maintain and extensive vocabulary
* Kurlak , J. (2013, January 30). Shakespeare william. Retrieved from http://www.efficientcode.com/shakespeare/influence-on-language
1564 - 1616
* 123 help me!. (2013, February 27). Retrieved from http://www.123helpme.com/view.asp?id=78089
* Crystal, D. (2003). The cambridge encyclopedia of the english language. (2nd ed.). Cambridge University Press.
(1558 - 1603)
* 37 plays.
* 154 works.
* Introduced 29,066 words.
* Provides instances of how the language was developing.
* Contribute to the standarization
* Love is blind.
* Salad days.
* In my mind's eye.
* It's Greek to me.
* Play fast and loose