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Shakespeare's influence

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The influence of
Shakespeare.

Lucero García
Aguilar.

William Shakespeare.
Preview.
The Elizabethan Era
Hyphenation & Blank Verse
Conclusion.
The Renaissance
References.
Born
&
Died
* The seating.
* William.
* His work.
* His Influence.
* Conclusion.
* 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
classical ideals.
* Flowering of poetry, music & literature.
To connect or divide words with a hyphen.
*baby-eyes
*Basilisco-like

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
Stratford-upon-Avon,
Warkwickshire
April 23rd
* 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)
(1485)
His work
* 37 plays.
* 154 works.
* Introduced 29,066 words.
* Provides instances of how the language was developing.
* Contribute to the standarization
Idiomatic Expressions.
* Love is blind.
* Salad days.
* In my mind's eye.
* It's Greek to me.
* Play fast and loose
Vocabulary.
Obscene.
Assassination
Amazement.
Control.
Exposure.
Lonely.
Submerge.
Dislocate.
Countless.
Accommodation.
Eventful.
Courtship.
Dwindle.
Premeditated.
Not survived
Abruption.
Tortive.
Cadent.
Exsufflicative.
Soilure.
Appertainments.
Vastidity.
Protractive.
Questrist.
Ungenitured
*Arch-heretique
*breake-vow
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