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Doubt thou the stars are fire;
Doubt that the sun doth move;
Doubt truth to be a liar;
But never doubt I love thee.

What does this mean?

If music be the food of love, play on.

What does this mean?

Love looks not with the eyes,
but with the mind;
and therefore is winged Cupid painted blind.

What does this mean?

I love thee, I love but thee,
with a love that shall not die;
till the sun grows cold
and the stars grow old.

What does this mean?

Parting is such sweet sorrow
that I should say goodnight
until it be morrow.

What does this mean?

Did my heart love 'til now?
Forswear it, sight! For I ne'er
saw true beauty 'til this night.

What does this mean?

When love speaks, the voice of all
the gods makes heaven drowsy
with the harmony.

What does this mean?

I love you with so much of my
heart, that none is left to
protest.

What does this mean?

Shakespeare's lines are typically written in _______ beats.


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18 Comments on “Flirt and be romantic like SHAKESPEARE ๐Ÿ’•๐ŸŒน๐Ÿ’‹”


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Great lesson and great literature. (And also useful;))

Thank you so much mythical teacher.

Saturday, December 8th 2018

Very nice and romantic.

Sunday, December 9th 2018

Oh I got 05/09 :( . How poor I’m in love ;( :p

Sunday, December 9th 2018

Thanks so much! I’ve enjoyed learning and repiting poems.

Sunday, December 9th 2018

Thank you Benjamin.

Sunday, December 9th 2018

my teacher benjamin please Teach a lecturer how to write it

Monday, December 10th 2018

Thank you.

Monday, December 10th 2018

Thanks so much

Monday, December 10th 2018

7 out of 9.
I Love you Engvid with so much of my heart, that none is left to protest.

Tuesday, December 11th 2018

Thanks so much
Benjamim

Thursday, December 13th 2018

Thanks Benjamin!!

Friday, December 14th 2018

Thank you very much for this wonderful lesson.

Friday, December 14th 2018

I adore your British accent <3

Sunday, December 23rd 2018

Thanks a lot Mr. Benjamin for an interesting lesson!

Wednesday, December 26th 2018

Speaking of “oxymorons”, the quote from A Midsummer Night’s Dream says “Love looks not with the eyes, but with the mind”, whereas the third quote from Romeo and Juliet basically says “Did my heart love until now? Absolutely not! For I never saw true beauty until this night” (then again, I guess that different characters could have different concepts of love).

Also, considering that Hamlet was written in 1599 (near the end of the 16th century), I guess not many people even dared to “doubt that the sun doth move”. Copernicus’s heliocentric model was published in 1543, but those who followed the theory were considered “heretics” by the Church, such as Giordano Bruno (burned at the stake in 1600) and Galileo (placed under house arrest for life). Well, technically the sun does wobble a little within the context of the solar system, and the whole solar system orbits around the center of the Milky Way Galaxy, but that’s beside the point.

Friday, January 4th 2019

Thank you, Mr. Benjamin! What a wonderful lesson! And wonderful lyrics!
My result is 10 from 10 thanks to you

Thursday, January 17th 2019

You are wonderful teacher, thanks.

Saturday, April 13th 2019

Awesome. Thanks!!
Could I ask the meaning of the Q9? I could not figure it out by myself. That will be really helpful if someone answer me. Thanks!

Friday, June 7th 2019
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