Shakespearean Language
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The Shakespeare of the Future Will Be a Bot | Endless Innovation ...

The Shakespeare of the Future Will Be a Bot | Endless Innovation ... | Shakespearean Language | Scoop.it
This is becoming the central paradox of the Information Age: the easier it is for humans to create content and information on their digital devices, the more likely it is that robots and online bots will eventually take over the job of ...
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Do you agree with this author's take on the future of language and communication?

 

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As a student, what steps can you take to prevent techonologies and content from demising your literary understandings?

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Shakespearean Language | lessonbucket

Shakespearean Language | lessonbucket | Shakespearean Language | Scoop.it
Write down a sentence that features each of the following words. alack | expression of alarm. Alack, there lies more peril in thine eye. Than twenty of their swords: look thou but sweet,. And I am proof against their enmity.
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The scoop chosen shows how words that we use on a daily basis can be traced back to William Shakespeare. This shows the implications that Shakespeare has on the English language and the importance of historical elements in our current and future English studies.

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