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William Shakespeare. “The Bard”. Shakespeare wrote over 400 plays!. Shackspeare. Shackespe. Shaxberrd. Shagsper. Shakespeere. Shakspere. Shakespea. Shakxpere. Shacksper. Shake-Speare. So the question is . . . Did Shakespeare really write all these plays?.

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william shakespeare

William Shakespeare

“The Bard”

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Shackspeare

Shackespe

Shaxberrd

Shagsper

Shakespeere

Shakspere

Shakespea

Shakxpere

Shacksper

Shake-Speare

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So the question is . . .

Did Shakespeare really write all these plays?

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Latin

Lessons

Lessons

Latin

Latin

Lessons

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Can you read this Latin sentence?

Es vos usura statio?

It means . . .

Are you enjoying the assembly?

shakespeare had a vocabulary of over 25 000 words
Shakespeare had a vocabulary of over 25 000 words!

We still use these words that he invented.

Blanket, gossip, assassination, champion, generous

Here’s some that we don’t use anymore.

Fustilarian means an idiot.

Trundletail means a long tailed dog.

Linsey-woolsey means rubbish.

Gorbellied means someone who is hugely fat.

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William Shakespeare

“The Bard”