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Published: 27.02.2019.
Language: English
Level: Secondary school
Literature: 13 units
References: Used
Table of contents
Nr. Chapter  Page.
  Abstract    2
  Anotācija    3
1.  16th century English    6
1.1.  Grammar    9
1.2.  Vocabulary    11
1.  William Shakespeare    12
2.1.  Biography    15
2.2.  Literary work    16
  Conclusion    17
3.  Questionnaire    18
3.1.  The analysis of the questionnaire    19
  Conclusions    30
  Bibliography    31
Extract

Conclusions
• Many people do not have the knowledge of the Great Vowel Shift and how the
English language appears in its written form.
• Some words of 16th century English can be understood without the knowledge of
that period's peculiarities of language.
• It is possible that some participants have difficulties understanding Shakespeare's
works even though they know the features of the language that Shakespeare used in his works.
• Many people are not aware of the origin of some words in English and who
invented them.
• The meaning of some words of the Shakespearean English is easier to comprehend if the word is presented with context.
• Shakespeare's works do not seem to attract many readers of the age group of
17-20.
• The lesser similarities to the modern English, the worse understanding of the
given text.

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