Taming Of The Shrew

Taming Of The Shrew

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  • Farewell, Verona! I’m off to visit my friends in Padua—particularly my best friend Hortensio. And I think this is his house. Here, you there, Grumio. Knock.
  • Knock, sir? Whom should I knock? Has anyone offended your Worship?
  • Moron! I’m telling you to make a fist and pound.
  • Really, sir, I hardly think it would be appropriate for me to pound you
  • Moron, here we are at the gate. Now put your fists to work, or I’ll put mine to work on your head!
  • My master is being difficult. If I do as he asks I think I know which one of us will be sorrier—and it’s not going to be him!
  • What are you standing there for! If you won’t knock, I’ll ring—and you’ll be singing along in falsetto!
  • Help, mistress, help! My master has gone mad.
  • Say, what’s the trouble? If it isn’t my old friend Grumio—and my dear friend Petruchio! How’s everyone in Verona?
  • Next time maybe you’ll knock when I tell you, punk kid!
  • Alla nostra casa ben venuto, molto honorato signor mio Petruchio! Get up, Grumio. We’ll settle this quarrel
  • Hortensio, have you come to break up the fight? Con tutto il cuore ben trovato, if I may say so.
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