Posted 7 September 2016
William Shakespeare’s Idioms
(part 6)

William Shakespeare’s Idioms
(part 6)

продолжительность: 2:5
Posted on 7 September 2016
As you know, William Shakespeare enriched the English language, adding to it not only new words but also many new expressions. In this series of videos, you will learn some of the idioms that appeared in the language thanks to Shakespeare, and this time you will get to know the phrase "forever and a day".
Recommended words
confused - 無茶苦茶
forever and a day - いつまでも
to happen - 起こる
honest - 誠実
look for - 探す
near to - 近く
a play - プレー
to pretend - 見せかける
a priest - 祭司
a rehearsal - リハーサル
to rehearse - 復習う
a servant - サーバント
a shrew - とがれねずみ
so that - よう
sufficient - 十分
to tame - 飼い慣らす
that is why - それが理由です
true - 真
a tutor - 教師
a witness - 証人