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Yes It Really Is English!. Verbs, Contractions, Pronouns, Exclamations & Miscellaneous. Verbs. art = are, as in “Why art thou sleeping in class?” dost = do, as in “Thou dost thyself harm by sleeping” does, as in “Mary dost not like liver” hath = has, as in “Harold hath a tooth ache”.

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yes it really is english

Yes It Really Is English!

Verbs, Contractions, Pronouns, Exclamations & Miscellaneous

verbs
Verbs
  • art = are, as in “Why art thou sleeping in class?”
  • dost = do, as in “Thou dost thyself harm by sleeping”
  • does, as in “Mary dost not like liver”
  • hath = has, as in “Harold hath a tooth ache”
contractions
Contractions
  • ‘tis = it is, as in “’Tis a pity thou art only two feet tall.”
  • e’er = ever, as in “Don’t e’er eateth thy peas with a knife”
  • oft = often, as “He oft neglecteth to doeth his homework.”
pronouns
Pronouns
  • ye = you, as in “Gather ye together to party.”
  • thou = subject you, as in “Thou hadst better getteth it together.”
  • thee = object you, as in “I love thee very much.”
exclamations
Exclamations!!!
  • marry = By God, as in “Marry, this is a delicious sandwich.”
  • “anon = soon, or hurry up, as in “Anon, or we’ll be late for the show.”
miscellaneous
Miscellaneous
  • whither = where, as in “Whither hast mine pet skunk gone?”
  • wherefore = why, as in “Wherefore hast thou not done your homework?”
  • ere = before, as in “Don’t counteth thy chickens ere they’re hatched.”
time to try them out
Time to try them out!
  • Whither hast thou hidden mine jacket?
  • Ere ye cometh I’ the house, wipeth thy feet on the mat.

7. I beseech thee, wilt thou ope thy door wider so I can fetch thee horse i’?”

continued
Continued…

14. Wherefore art thou hiding thy visage?

  • Dost thou haveth any aspirin?

23. Fetch mine slippers, Rover.

28. Soft! Ye wilt waketh the tiger.