The Great Shakespeare Quiz!
Twelfth Night Hamlet Cleopatra Which 1606 drama is superstitiously referred to as ‘the Scottish play’? Macbeth King Lear Richard II Which of these plays was not written by Shakespeare? Henry IV Henry V Henry VII Henry VIII Depositphotos What did Iago persuade Othello to believe?
Time For a Shakespearean Test!
A Midsummer Night's Dream A Winter's Tale Romeo and Juliet Hamlet In what year was William Shakespeare born? 1564 1764 1464 1364 In which century is 'Antony and Cleopatra' set? The 1st The 10th The 12th The 7th What does Shylock require a pound of in 'The Merchant of Venice'?
Name the Shakespeare Play!
Macbeth Hamlet King John Taming of the Shrew Which Shakespeare play are we talking about? The Winter’s Tale Much Ado About Nothing Love's Labour's Lost Merry Wives of Windsor Which Shakespeare play are we talking about?
If Your Life Was a Poem, Which Would it Be?
Subject Verb Noun Adjective I can't Choose a Shakespearean character: Hamlet Romeo Viola (Twelfth Night) Queen Margaret (Henry VI; Richard III) The Raven Share Result Invictus Share Result Robert Frost Share Result Byron Share Result Dickinson Share Result Angelou Share Result Share Quiz & Embed Facebook
Is Your Knowledge Enough to Win?
The Tempest Hamlet Othello Macbeth Not Your Day? Try Again! Your knowledge is far from impoverished, but there are some large gaps you may want to plug up. It's hard to know where these are and we often remain ignorant about their existence until we are tested.
How Well Do You Know These Famous Quotations?
William Shakespeare Shakespeare’s full quotation “brevity is the soul of wit” comes from Hamlet, ironically it’s found in a tediously long speech. Brevity Lepidity Learned Courtesy “Hope springs eternal .”
Can You Figure Out the Relations??
chloride Polar bear to walrus The relationship between Romeo and Juliet to Verona is the same as that between: The play "Romeo and Juliet" takes place in Verona, similar to the play "Cabaret” which takes place in Berlin "Cabaret" to Berlin "Fiddler on the Roof" to Broadway Woody Allen to New York "Hamlet