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What are Elizabethan Plays?

Plays written during the period of the reign of Queen Elizabeth in England and which reflect the unprecedented, active and inspirational cultural, economic and political spiri (MORE)

What are the elizabethans?

Elizabethans are people that lived in the time of William Shakespeare and they believed in witches nthats why they didn't like William's play. they also killed a lot of woman (MORE)

What is my in Elizabethan English?

"My" and "mine" alternated in Shakespearean English the way the forms of the indefinite article "a" and "an" do in contemporary English, with "mine" appearing before words tha (MORE)

What is 'you' in Elizabethan English?

"You" in English was and is "you" e.g. "Speak the speech, I pray YOU as I pronounced it to YOU, trippingly on the tongue; but if YOU mouth it, as many of your players do, I (MORE)

What is 'your' in Elizabethan English?

Since Shakespeare's language was English, "your" is "your". E.g., "Friends, Romans, Countrymen, lend me your ears." Sometimes Shakespeare made use of the older pronouns for th (MORE)

What is an Elizabethan litter?

A litter as used in Elizabethan times (and both before and after) is a form of unwheeled transport. It was used primarily to carry ladies of high rank and was similar to a sed (MORE)

What is driven in elizabethan?

There is no such language as Elizabethan. People in England during the reign of Elizabeth I spoke English, the same language I am using right now. And in English, the word for (MORE)

What is the Elizabethan age?

The Elizabethan Age was a period in English history when QueenElizabeth I ruled. It lasted from 1558 to 1603 and has beenconsidered by historians as the golden age in English (MORE)