Shakespeare’s Language. By Sammi, Amara and Ayrton.
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By Sammi, Amara and Ayrton
It is powerful and meaningful. He puts lots of emotional words and is very dramatic with how he portrays his language. It was how the people spoke in that era . The English language has changed a great deal over the last few hundred years, and is still changing now. There was no dictionary yet published, no established grammar texts, no systematic study of English in schools so it was really significant that he could make up these kind of words. By the time he wrote his last play in 1613, Shakespeare had helped to establish a new grammar and a much wider vocabulary for the early form of modern English.What is so important about Shakespeare's language?