#1
lately the early modern english way of talking piqed my couriosity.
stuff like thou, doth and shakspeare stuff lik "romeo, romeo, where art thou"

does the pit kno anything about this kinda stuff?any cool words?

and google didnt give me what i wanted, so its up to the pit.
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"romeo, romeo, wherefore art thou"


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Fixed.



yeah i was gonna do it too
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Yea, you can learn this stuff and even older types of English that don't look anything like English in college/uni if thats your major.
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#8
In my grade 11 english class, we just did a unit on the history of the english language, it's kinda boring in my opinion.
#9
Early modern? Come again?
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