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10 Shakespeare Quotes You Can Use In Everyday Situations.

10 Shakespeare Quotes You Can Use In Everyday Situations.
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Ever wondered how awesome it’d be to talk in the Royal, classic tone and old English of William Shakespeare.  Imagine those subtle, sarcastic quotes, filled with old-school poise, precision, becoming a part of your everyday speech! Won’t they add a bit more drama and humour to your life?

Here are ten most famous dialogues of William Shakespeare from all different books that you can use every day to keep things interesting! If you haven't already tried it, now is the time! 

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"Hell is empty and all devils are here"

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"Listen to many, speak to a few."

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Do what your heart says. Your decisions should be your own.

"There 's daggers in men's smiles"

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Not everyone who smiles is a friend. Beware.

"Friends, Romans, countrymen, lend me your ears"

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You can always use this as your opening line with friends. Or, use it some speeches for a tinge of humor.

"To be or not to be"

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Your every decision revolves around this sentence.

"The course of rue love never did run smooth"

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Sometimes your friends need advice when their life doesn't seem dream like. Here is what you should quote.

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"Off with his Head"

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Instead of using curse words, here is a little something that would definitely make him know when to shut up.

"Something is rotten in the state of Denmark"
(Shakespeare's Hamlet, Act I.)

“Something is rotten in the state of Denmark”<br> (Shakespeare's Hamlet, Act I.)
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Use it to describe corruption or a situation where something is wrong.

"A horse, a horse, my kingdom for a horse"
(From Shakespeare's Richard III, 1594)

 “A horse, a horse, my kingdom for a horse”<br> (From Shakespeare's Richard III, 1594)
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This is One of Shakespeare's best known lines. The quotation can be repeated ironically when someone is in need of some irrelevant item.

"Et tu Brute"

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"You too Brute?" When someone betrays you.

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