Name the Shakespeare Play!
Which Shakespeare play are we talking about? The Merchant of Venice Measure for Measure As You Like It Timon of Athens Which Shakespeare play are we talking about? A Comedy of Errors Much Ado About Nothing A Midsummer's Night Dream The Winter's Tale Which Shakespeare play are we talking about?
The Great Shakespeare Quiz!
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?
Which Shakespeare Quote Represents Your Year Ahead?
No matter which of Shakespeare's works you love the most, you're always bound to come across a line or two that perfectly applies to your life. Want to know which of Shakespeare's famous quotes perfectly reflects your year to come? Take this quiz and discover the answer for yourself.
Identify the Shakespearean Word!
Shakespeare was a great boon to the English language, and many of the words we use today were invented by him. However, the period he lived in , the Elizabethan period, had its own English that, while resembling modern English, was still quite far from it.
Do You Know These Words and Phrases In Old English?
Reading Shakespeare’s plays in their original version is easy-peasy, do you agree? If so, you might consider yourself an expert of Old English, though, technically speaking, this era in the development of the English language is formally called Early Modern or Shakespearean English.
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 .”
Think You Know the Renaissance?
True, it began in 1558, was famous for its culture (which included the works of one William Shakespeare) and ended in 1603 with the death of Queen Elizabeth I True False The Renaissance followed a period of very little cultural and technological progress, also known as...
Do You Speak Modern or an Older Form of English?
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Nothing Trivial About This Trivia Challenge!
John Milton William Shakespeare Alexander Pope Charles Dickens What is the name for the Swiss dish that usually involves melted cheese or chocolate? Fondue Raclette Truffade Flamiche What kind of bread is used in a Greek gyro? Pita Bread Banana Bread Rye Bread Brioche Care to Try Again?
We Invite You to Sit For a Round of Trivia!
A fortnight is 2 weeks 4 14 40 44 Which of these is NOT a play by Shakespeare?
Are You Constantly Misusing These Words?
She Her I hope ____ is going to be an intermission during this Shakespeare performance. I hope there is going to be an intermission during this Shakespeare performance. there they're their When you've really tried your best, it's really hard to _____.
What Came First? WHO Came First?
Shakespeare became famous during the Elizabethan era, which means she was born before he was done. Shakespeare publishes his last work Queen Elizabeth I is born Picasso finishes his first painting Which of these was built first?
Who Said This Famous Quote?
William Blake Oscar Wilde William Shakespeare Lao Tzu "Imperfection is beauty, madness is genius and it’s better to be absolutely ridiculous than absolutely boring." James Dean Marilyn Monroe Kirk Douglas Rita Hayworth "I came, I saw, I conquered."
Can You Complete the Famous Quote?
This quote is by William Shakespeare do wrong to none." hate but one." hate not at all." murder none." "The future belongs to those... A quote by Eleanor Roosevelt who believe in the beauty of their dreams." who will sacrifice for the state." who worship kindness." who are humble."
Do You Know These Famous Romances?
Madame de Pompadour was an influential patron of the arts who played a central role in making Paris the perceived capital of taste and culture in Europe. de Pompadour de Maintenon de Stael de Lafayette Shakespeare wrote hundreds of sonnets, and they can be separated by being written or dedicated to different
Which Famous Author IS It?
So many of the words we use today were invented by William Shakespeare, 400 years ago. To name a few - Elbow, Critic, Bandit, Lonely, Lackluster...
It's Time for Our Great General Knowledge Quiz!
TRUE FALSE Which Shakespeare play features Caliban? The Tempest A Midsummer Night's Dream Macbeth King Lear What is the standard color of the alcoholic beverage, absinthe? Green Blue Orange Black In which film did Humphrey Bogart say, "We'll always have Paris?"
Abstract Art Can Tell You a Lot About Yourself
In the words of William Shakespeare, "No legacy is so rich as honesty." Share Result Kindness Your answers reveal that kindness is your most dominant personality trait. You are very sensitive to others and rarely have a bad thing to say about anyone.
What Do Your Eyes Have to Say About You?
Shakespeare once said that eyes are the windows to the soul. The eyes, indeed, are emotional expressions. Humans are highly visual, and our the way our eyes contract, move, focus and ignore some things can say a lot about us. This quiz tries to do that without seeing your eyes. Can it do it?
How Much Do You Know About Flowers?
To quote Shakespeare: "A rose by any other name would smell as sweet." But if you'd like to learn more about flowers, you can either backpetal (see what we did there?) and retake the quiz, or you can just check the correct answers below and see some more beautiful photos of flowers while you do!
Only Masters of English Know What These Old Words Mean...
However, if you'd like to start learning plenty of fascinating archaic words, then there's really no better place to start than with our timeless friend, William Shakespeare. If you enjoyed this quiz, then don't forget to share it with your friends and family to see how they fare!
Is Your Knowledge Enough to Win?
Diana Hera Aphrodite Minerva Which famous Shakespeare play begins with a meeting of witches? It begins with the witches, also known as the Weird Sisters of Wayward Sisters. The Tempest Hamlet Othello Macbeth Not Your Day? Try Again!
Who Said These Famous Quotes?
Marcus Aurelius William Shakespeare Geoffrey Chaucer Mark Twain “Nothing is impossible, the word itself says ‘I’m possible’!” Audrey Hepburn Marilyn Monroe Queen Elizabeth II Albert Einstein “It is never too late to be what you might have been.”
Will You Recognize the Film By a Single Frame?
Inspired by William Shakespeare's 'Romeo and Juliet', this musical that has been a Broadway classic since 1957. West-Side Story Grease Fiddler on the Roof Bedknobs and Broomsticks This comedy from the 80s is named...