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How did Shakespeare affect English language?

William Shakespeare created many new words such as "addiction," "champion," "eyeball," and "lonely" that we still use to this very day,


How does William shakespeare affect the western civilization?

Shakespeare had a great effect on the English language, coining new words and giving old expressions lasting popularity through his plays. He became famous outside England after his death.


What affect did William Caxton have on the English language?

William Caxton was the first English printer, translator and importer of books into England. He established the first printing press in England.


How the shakespeare's famous work affect the society at that period?

Shakespeare's work did not have a significant effect on the society of his day. The general long-term effects of his work might be said to be changes to the way the English language is used and the creation of a high standard for playwriting.


How Did William Shakespeare Affect History?

William Shakespeare affected history by being a pioneer in his writing, and producing such a large amount of plays. Many of plays are considered classics today, and are read in schools.


Did Hamnet Shakespeare's death affect William Shakespeare?

It probably did, but if so it was not reflected in the plays which Shakespeare was writing at the time of Hamnet's death, viz. around 1596. Shakespeare was very close about his feelings and did not tell everyone about them (of if he did, they did not make note of it).


What does William Shakespeare accomplishment affect society?

William shake spear had a positive impact on society because his poems spoke a different languages to society


Did William shakespeares childhood affect his work?

We know so little about Shakespeare's childhood that it is impossible to answer this question.


How did the Norman conquest affect England's language?

The Normans introduced Anglo-Norman, a dialect of Old French, as the language of the ruling classes in England, which displaced Old English. Many, many French words were integrated into the English language and are still here today. During the time, William the Conquerer never bothered to learn English, and so Anglo-Norman became very integrated as a way for them to understand each other. Names like William and Robert also became very popular in England, instead of Anglo-Saxon names.


Did William Shakespeare influence your drama?

William Shakespeare influenced all of the drama which followed him by setting a higher standard for character development, pacing, dramatic structure and plot. Although the lines Shakespeare wrote for his characters are amazingly potent, and most actors want to be able to say them, their style did not affect later playwrights significantly.


How did immmigration policy affect language in Canada?

It has no effect on language. Canada's official languages are English and French.


How did historical events affect the development of the English language?

The Germanic invasion of the British Isles and William the Conquerorâ??s victory at the Battle of Hastings had a profound impact on the English language. Before the Germanic tribes invaded England, British natives spoke Celtic. Afterwards, Old English was spoken. It was heavily Germanic but a good amount of commonly used Modern English words, such as be, have their roots in Old English. When the Norman William the Conqueror came to England, he brought his native French to his court. Middle English eventually developed as French words were added into the mix and it is more recognizable to modern English speakers today than is Old English.


How does language affect economy?

It affects our country's economy in such a way that if we did not know English language then we wont be able to trade in other countries as in mostly countries the main language is English. It is a big disadvantage for our countries.


How did the Great Depression affect the English language in America?

It made it more stupider


How does Shakespeare's language affect today's society?

Shakespeare in his works has created around 30,000 words, and the language of the past that's used in Shakespeare's stories gives insight to the past in comparison to now; for example, in the Elizabethan era most people couldn't read, but they had the ability to learn and interpret the words that were performed in plays, while now most people have a hard time understanding Shakespeare and they have the ability to read. The language of Shakespeare shows a distinct comparison in people in the past and people today, although the language is difficult to understand it give good insight to the past, and shows many cognates of words that are now used today.


How does William Shakespeare affect your life today?

If you speak English, you use words that Shakespeare coined and phrases he popularized, possibly without even knowing that they come from Shakespeare. Just about everyone says "there's method in his madness" or "all that glitters is not gold". Because Shakespeare's work is so well-known everywhere, the images of scenes from his plays are familiar to everyone. An image of Romeo standing below Juliet's balcony or Hamlet looking at a skull are recognizable by everyone and used as such.


How did William Shakespeare affect the world?

Shakespeare coined a lot of words that we use in the English language today, and a lot of phrases and ideas. Shakespeare did not only shape literature in the Elizabethan era, for his work influences the world to this day. He taught that that love can conquer and destroy, that people trust what they cannot see, and that human ethics are easily manipulated. His plays, poems, and sonnets go beyond the lessons of a high school classroom. The stories he wrote still play a dominant role in entertainment today. He inspired people to pursue literature, to develop philosophies and challenge conformist ideals. Shakespeare coined many words we use everyday and brought revolutionary ideas to the way literature is written.


How did invasions from the Vikings and french affect the English language?

I think the English started "borrowing" the words that the Vikings and French spoke.


How does music such as reggae affect language?

Since there is so much of broken down English in most music lyrics, they have an effect on others to learn the Standard form of English and therefore resulting in poor English language speaking.


How does your knowledge of English language inhabit bilingualism in Africa?

It contradict and affect the L one.


Taking a William Shakespeare play set in ancient Denmark and putting it in modernday Galveston Texas would most directly affect the story's?

setting


Taking a William Shakespeare play set in ancient Denmark and putting it in modern-day Galveston Texas would most directly affect the story's?

SETTING


If a person switch language how would it affect identity?

I don't think that this would affect one's identity. If you switch to an other language that you know really well, you even think in that language, you don't translate. But I really don't see how this could affect your identity. My native language is dutch, second language is french, third language is English and the fourth language is German, but at the end I am still me and I'm flemish.


What happen on dec 6 1564 that affected the theatre?

Nothing whatsoever. William Shakespeare and Christopher Marlowe celebrated their first St. Nicholas's Day, but that did not affect the theatre.


When Shakespeare was born what out break occurred in his city?

Shakespeare was born in April 1564 in Stratford upon Avon, a small town in Warwickshire. At the time of his birth there was an outbreak of plague in the town. The plague outbreak did not affect Shakespeare or his family at that time, although he did lose his sister Anne to it a little later when she was seven and William was fifteen.