Shakespearan vocab

Shakespearan vocab

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  • SAMPSON Gregory, on my word, we'll not carry coals.
  • GREGORY No, for then we should be colliers.
  • ABLE
  • SAMPSON We have to be able, to be colliers.
  • GREGORY Are thou not able to carry coals?
  • SAMPSON Thou should not ever accuse anyone of not being able to do anything.
  • KNIGHT Excuse thou, why are thou abode?
  • GREGORY But thou should not abandon one's task.
  • Colliers- Coal-man.
  • Able- The strength or will to do something. Thou- You or Yourself.
  • Accuse- To say someone can/can't do something. Abandon- To stop or give up on on something. Abode- To free walk around or linger.
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