Romeo, Romeo! wherefore art thou Romeo?
Very rough translation into plain English- we are having so much fun saying goodnight, we will keep saying goodnight until it is morning. Think about a goodnight kiss.
what is plain english
I dont know what is plain english but i know why is it used in communication it is because english is a very popular language.
There are two syllables: ex-plain.
A Plain is a large stretch of flat land and a Plateau is a large stretch of land above a Plain.
a sentence for a geographical plain OKay i dont get it Could someone please explain...now
There are two syllables. Ex-plain.
English of 'kaptagan' is "Plain" or "Plains" if plural.
Plain English is simple, straightforward, easily understood English,in other words the opposite of the English used by lawyers which uses long words, out-of-date words, technical words and Latin words.
2 syllables, ex - plain.
"It poops" is already another way of saying something, unless you refer to a wave breaking over the stern of a vessel at sea. Ask again in plain English.
My sandy plain
english to chinese
William Bisset has written: 'More plain English' 'Fair warning: or, a fresh taste of French government at home' 'Plain English'
It is to be frank, open, honest, plain-spoken.
Anne quotes Romeo & Juliet when talking about her name and how Anne is plain so she was plain. "A rose by any other name wouldn't smell as sweet."
No. There is no comparison between two different things. Parting makes Juliet sad, yet there is great pleasure in talking to Romeo, even saying goodbye to him, which makes it a "sweet sorrow". That's just a plain (if oxymoronic) description of her feelings when parting.
The play, Romeo and Juliet is written in my language, English. It is, however, almost all written in verse, in iambic pentameter, occasionally with rhymes. Nobody really talks or ever talked like that but poetry is always much more powerful and moving language than plain prose. It may be unnatural, but it's way effective.
Translation: smooth, plain, or flat