Asked in Commercial Insurance, Pens and Pencils
How many words can a pencil write?
It depends. If you write short words (like 'if' and 'it') you can write approximately 56,832,436 words. If you write long words (like 'Constantinople' and 'Timbuktu') it is significantly less; approximately only 8,118,919.429 words. Mechanical pencils can replace their own lead and write as many words as you know. Also, pencils can write more foreign words than English words because of the way they are pronounced. ...
Asked in Reference Books
Who created the very first dictionary?
The very first dictionary of English words was created by Robert Cawdry in 1604 and was entitled "Table Alphabeticall (A table alphabeticall of hard usual English words (1604); the first English dictionary". This first version was very limited, containing only around 3000 words. The next "real" dictionary was produced by John Kersey the Younger in 1702, and entitled simply "A New English Dictionary". ...
Asked in William Shakespeare
What 3 plays did William shakespeare write 1604-1607?
It was Macbeth, King Lear, and one other, either Measure for Measure or Antony and Cleopatra, take your pick. ...
When did Christopher Marlowe write the novel Dr Faustus?
It's not a novel, it's a play. It was first printed in 1604, but it had already been performed several times in the late 1500s. ...
When was 'Othello' by William Shakespeare written?
Around 1603 or 1604. The earliest record of the play being performed was Nov 1 1604 at court. ...