Example: " You tell me that you're sorry, yet you won't even pay for the damages! Are you like the painting of a sorrow, a face without a heart?"
1) "If thou wilt needs marry, marry a fool, for wise men know well enough what monsters you make of them."
2) "Doubt thou the stars are fire; Doubt that the sun doth move; Doubt truth to be a liar; But never doubt I love."
3) "When the blood burns, how prodigal the soul. Lends the tonge vows."
4) "When sorrows come, they come not single spies, But in battalias!"
5) "My words fly up, my thoughts remain below: Words withought thoughts never to heaven go."
6) "The wind sits in the shoulder of your sail and you are stayed for."
7) "Give thy thoughts no tongue, nor any unproportioned thought his act."
8) "My fate cries out. And makes each petty artery in this body as hardy as the Nemean lion's nerve."
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"First, the National Inquirer breaks that news that he is having an affair."
"You don't say."
"Then he has a car wreck over Thanksgiving break."
"O, that's bad."
"His wife was rumored to have come after him with a golf club."
"Several other women have confessed to having slept with him."
"His problems keep increasing."
"His wife has collected the children and left him."
"More and more problems."
"Companies have dropped their endorsements."
"Sorrow and more sorrow."
"He is taking a break from golf."
"When sorrows come, they come not in single spies, but in battalions."
Okay. I did #2, so others can do the rest.
“Woman. Do you doubt that the stars are cold?”
“Well yes. We have no proof of their nature.”
“And you doubt that the sun doth move?”
“You have still to prove that our course is guided by that light.”
“And you will call truths untruths to fit your need?”
“Truth is only what we believe it to be.”
“Then woman, tell me do I love thee?”
“Well yes. I see that truth in your eyes and actions.”
that is too hard for me .... i wish that more ppl post so we can learn from them ....
Thanks for answer...I think we cannot change the quotation...It said Each quotation must be used properly and be written in Shakespearean English.
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