AT:why we came here , I told you that i want to go to the cinema .
ND: stop talking the play will start.
Beware the ides of march.
A soothsayer bids you beware the ides of march.
What man is that?
And since you know you cannot see yourself so well as by reflection , I, your glass, will modestly discover to yourself.
"The Tragedy of Julius Caesar play"
If it be aught toward the general good, set honor in one eye and death I' the other.
AT: What do they mean by ''The ides of march''? ND: The middle of march (the 15th day).
For let the gods so speed me as i love The name of the honor more than I fear death.
AT:Why they talk like this ? ND:This is the way of Shakespearean drama. AT:It's strange but I am enjoying it ?
With lusty sinews, throwing it aside and stemming it with hearts of controversy.
AT: Sorry for interrupting but why did he said general good ? ND: This is and adjective ,it is a type of modifiers and its used to modify the noun , now let us watch quietly . AT: ….
AT: Why he compared the name of honor to fear death? ND:It is a Comparative its a type of degrees of comparison , he means that he believes in honor more than he believes in god. AT:I didn't hear about someone like him .
AT: What is the meaning of controversy? ND: Spirit of competition , or fighting spirit. AT:Thank you.