THICK NIGHT In literature authors often use language in ways that  help them convey an image; sometime they use words that would not usually be associated with a certain thing but send a clear picture of what the authors is trying to show. In Macbeth, Shakespeare uses this technique to make the dialogue colourful and to […]

act 1 scene  A heath, somewhere in Scotland three witches talking about how they will meet again upon the heath with Macbeth. important quotes: Whitch: “fair is foul and foul is fair.” act 1 scene 2 A camp near Forres the king is informed about how the battle is going by a wounded captain. we find […]

information from Wikipedia: Lady Macbeth is a leading character in William Shakespeare’s tragedy Macbeth (c.1603–1607). The wife of the play’s tragic hero, Macbeth (a Scottish nobleman), Lady Macbeth goads her husband into committing regicide, (regicide is the act of killing a monarch) after which she becomes queen of Scotland. Later, however, she suffers pangs of guilt for her part in the crime, which drives her to […]

that people change the way they type according to who they are texting. language is an amazing thing. it is what sets us apart from all other species on earth. the ability to convey original and second-hand information is what has allowed us to diversify and expand beyond anything we could have dreamed to achieved […]

One cool evening in early october i took a polaroid picture.   It was in the sun room. My favorite place in the house because it has windows that go from the roof to about hip height, accented by quaint wooden frames, along the of the west facing wall looking out onto the courtyard, and […]

me: you (no capitals) need to watch “the treasure of the wreck of the unbelievable”  (Omission – punctuation) it’s on netflix. me: sooooo (Repeated vowel – Sound Emphasis) amazing mum: just watched it!!!!  (Strong Emphasis) me: really (Confirmation) me: same and i absolutely loved it!!! mum: loved it and want to watch it again coz (Abbreviation – Because) […]

Ava: Mmmmm, (verbal filler) I’ve got ‘peeta’ bread for lunch, yay! (verbal filler) Emily: ‘Pita’ bread! Ava: Nooo, ‘peeta’ (    =unusal spelling) bread. Emily: It’s not ‘peeta’ bread. Ava: Yeees!(repeated vowel) Ruby: Do we say, whad, whad do New Zealanders say? Ava: ‘pe’, ‘peta’ (Emily: pita) Ava: Nooo! (repeated vowel) Ruby: ‘peeta’. Emily: ‘pita’. Ruby:  Oh, p, ‘pita’s kinda ( merged words)weird Emily. Emily: it’s ‘pi’, no, it’s Ava: Yeah, its […]

phone: yeah red: oh fanx for anserwing geeza, you konw what i mean? brown: gimmi tha. where you been fool, making us rinse out our cedit leaving you messags and tha. red: mr Dawus is well on the war path wif you broth yeah. phone: coz of the bag an tha red: wot bag? coz […]

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