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03-21, 22:58 Nef Raven
The thought in my mind at this time is no thinking.
03-21, 22:55 Nef Raven
I still do not sit through that Nixon movie. It gets too boring sometimes.
03-21, 22:54 Nef Raven
perhpas we could all do with a little efficient communication instead of precocious mumbo jumbo.
03-21, 22:51 Nef Raven
I must be doing something right. At least I've never lived like a hermit. Never have and never will.
03-21, 22:50 Nef Raven
my Mom ain't perfect and it's no one's business .Plus, I am too old to live at her home. TY. I live in my own.
03-21, 22:49 Nef Raven
Howdy avalanche. Please do not be so troubled about my opinion of someone else's irritating mother.
03-21, 22:49 Nef Raven
Why don't you go read something about Einstein's first physics article? I am a schooled raisin and I eat them at the movies covered in chocolate.
03-21, 21:39 PoseidonsNet
raisens in chelsea buns
03-21, 21:39 PoseidonsNet
raisens in hot cross buns
03-21, 21:38 PoseidonsNet
Nef Raisen is a her, and will u stop asking for everyone to be banned, or you may end up on the recieving end of your own intollerance
03-21, 11:39 Avalanche
I am feel like cry when I read the dirty things that you are utter about the mother, who is the most precious creature in the world/. So ou learn that you please learn that and ou oddity please you ban this one he is a very bad person
03-21, 11:38 Avalanche
then you will remember that the eavalanche warn you and you dont listen
03-21, 11:38 Avalanche
one day nef raven your mother will die and then you wont be say like fuck fuck shit shit you wil be cryting and screaming and ou will thing whyt i am speak like thisto my mother when she alive nmow look what has happen to her and now i am learn a go
03-21, 11:37 Avalanche
you must say good words about the mother. like Mother, you are the angel. you are much precious than the gold. you are the most precious creature in the universe. Nef raven need to learn to respect the mother
03-21, 11:36 Avalanche
you must respect to the mother. as she is a very precious creature to the human. so you should not utter the bad smelly words like fuck fuck shit shit like that to the m mother.
03-21, 11:36 Avalanche
He is always saying like fuck fuck shit shit like that. all that smelly words. he one day even say motherfucker. that mean he is not respect to the precious mother. the mother is only give us all the what we needing when we are small. so you must res
03-21, 11:34 Avalanche
like that. I mam very nllikely to that foolish idiot man the Nef Raven one. Please oddity you ban that one. I am very much unlikely to that one. He is very big neusance
03-21, 11:33 Avalanche
i am also can talk in the big english. this is i am tellinng you all how that you must talk like the shakespear. As I am think, I am also can talk like the nef Raven one who is always utter bad words like the fuck fuck fuck shit shit
03-21, 11:31 Avalanche
You can refer to your favorite resources -- your school library, a public library, and of course, your favorite content destination on the Internet -- About.com. Make sure that you use a reliable source that gives you complete attribution, which includes the name of the author, the play title, the act and the scene number.

Using the Quote
You will find that the language used in Shakespeare plays have archaic expressions that were used during the medieval period. If you are unfamiliar with this language, you run the risk of not quoting right. So make sure that you quote verbatim.

Quoting From Verses and Passages
Shakespeare plays have many beautiful verses. Find an appropriate verse for your essay. While choosing a verse, you must ensure that the verse does not leave the idea unfinished. Here are some tips for quoting Shakespeare:
If the verse is one to four lines long, you should use the line division symbol (/) to indicate the beginning of the next line. Here is an example:
Is love a tender thing? It is too rough, / Too rude, too boisterous; and it pricks like thorn (Romeo and Juliet, Act I, Sc. 5, 25)
However, if your verse runs longer than four lines, you must write the lines one below the other as you do when you write poetry.


If you are quoting prose, then there is no need for line divisions. To effectively represent the quote, first provide the contextual relevance of the quote and then proceed to quote the passage. This gives the reader a grip on the message that you wish to convey. Here is an example:

Miranda, daughter of Prospero, and the King of Naples' son Ferdinand, are to get married. While Prospero is not optimistic about the arrangement, the couple, Miranda and Ferdinand are looking forward to their union. In this quote, we see the exchange of viewpoints between Miranda and Prospero:
Miranda: How beauteous mankind is! O brave new world, That has such people in't!
Prospero: 'Tis new to thee. (The Tempest, Act V:Sc. 1, line 183-184)
Attribution
No formal Shakespeare quote is complete without its attribution. For a Shakespeare quote, you need to provide the play title, followed by act, scene, and line number. It is a good practice to italicize the title of the play. Here is an example:


"He was ever precise in promise-keeping." (Measure for Measure, Act I. Sc. 2)
In order to ensure that the quote is used in the right context, it is important to reference the quote appropriately. That means, you must mention the character's name who made the statement. Here is an example:
In the play Julius Caesar, the relationship of the husband-wife duo (Brutus and Portia), brings out the conniving nature of Portia, in startling contrast to Brutus' gentleness: "You are my true and honourable wife;/As dear to me as are the ruddy drops/That visit my sad heart." (Julius Caesar, Act II, Sc. 1)
Length of the Quote
Avoid using long quotes. Long quotes dilute the essence of the point. In case you have to use a specific long passage, it is better to paraphrase the quote.

A Final Word of Advice
Sometimes students give a brief synopsis of the play to make their Shakespeare quote sound relevant to their essay. This is highly undesirable. Essay checkers really don't need to know peripheral issues. Moreover, the synopsis of the play is not relevant to the subject of your essay. So stick to the main theme of your essay. On this site, you will find a vast resource of Shakespeare quotes. These quotes have been categorized by the title of the Shakespeare play. You can also find more information on how to use quotations in essays. All the best!
03-21, 11:31 Avalanche
You can refer to your favorite resources -- your school library, a public library, and of course, your favorite content destination on the Internet -- About.com. Make sure that you use a reliable source that gives you complete attribution, which includes the name of the author, the play title, the act and the scene number.

Using the Quote
You will find that the language used in Shakespeare plays have archaic expressions that were used during the medieval period. If you are unfamiliar with this language, you run the risk of not quoting right. So make sure that you quote verbatim.

Quoting From Verses and Passages
Shakespeare plays have many beautiful verses. Find an appropriate verse for your essay. While choosing a verse, you must ensure that the verse does not leave the idea unfinished. Here are some tips for quoting Shakespeare:
If the verse is one to four lines long, you should use the line division symbol (/) to indicate the beginning of the next line. Here is an example:
Is love a tender thing? It is too rough, / Too rude, too boisterous; and it pricks like thorn (Romeo and Juliet, Act I, Sc. 5, 25)
However, if your verse runs longer than four lines, you must write the lines one below the other as you do when you write poetry.


If you are quoting prose, then there is no need for line divisions. To effectively represent the quote, first provide the contextual relevance of the quote and then proceed to quote the passage. This gives the reader a grip on the message that you wish to convey. Here is an example:

Miranda, daughter of Prospero, and the King of Naples' son Ferdinand, are to get married. While Prospero is not optimistic about the arrangement, the couple, Miranda and Ferdinand are looking forward to their union. In this quote, we see the exchange of viewpoints between Miranda and Prospero:
Miranda: How beauteous mankind is! O brave new world, That has such people in't!
Prospero: 'Tis new to thee. (The Tempest, Act V:Sc. 1, line 183-184)
Attribution
No formal Shakespeare quote is complete without its attribution. For a Shakespeare quote, you need to provide the play title, followed by act, scene, and line number. It is a good practice to italicize the title of the play. Here is an example:


"He was ever precise in promise-keeping." (Measure for Measure, Act I. Sc. 2)
In order to ensure that the quote is used in the right context, it is important to reference the quote appropriately. That means, you must mention the character's name who made the statement. Here is an example:
In the play Julius Caesar, the relationship of the husband-wife duo (Brutus and Portia), brings out the conniving nature of Portia, in startling contrast to Brutus' gentleness: "You are my true and honourable wife;/As dear to me as are the ruddy drops/That visit my sad heart." (Julius Caesar, Act II, Sc. 1)
Length of the Quote
Avoid using long quotes. Long quotes dilute the essence of the point. In case you have to use a specific long passage, it is better to paraphrase the quote.

A Final Word of Advice
Sometimes students give a brief synopsis of the play to make their Shakespeare quote sound relevant to their essay. This is highly undesirable. Essay checkers really don't need to know peripheral issues. Moreover, the synopsis of the play is not relevant to the subject of your essay. So stick to the main theme of your essay. On this site, you will find a vast resource of Shakespeare quotes. These quotes have been categorized by the title of the Shakespeare play. You can also find more information on how to use quotations in essays. All the best!
03-21, 11:31 Avalanche
You can make your essays interesting by adding a famous quote. And there is nobody better than Shakespeare to quote in an essay! But, many students feel inhibited in quoting Shakespeare. Sometimes they fear that they may end up using the quote in the wrong context. At other times, they fear that they may not quote verbatim, owing to the archaic Shakespearan expressions. If you wish to learn how to quote Shakespeare, you have reached the right place. In this article, you will learn how to quote Shakespeare, and attribute the quote correctly. Here are some tips on how to quote Shakespeare.
03-21, 06:56 jimbad
And Raisens in your cookies!
03-20, 23:53 PoseidonsNet
chocolate coated raisens
03-20, 23:52 PoseidonsNet
raisens in your porridge
03-20, 23:52 PoseidonsNet
raisen boboti

 



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