Quote by William Shakespeare: “I can no other answer make, but, thanks, and th...”
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"I can no other answer make, but thanks, and thanks, and ever thanks..." William Shakespeare
Communication is a part of our everyday lives. Communication is a way to get things and give things: get directions, get clarification, get instruction, give acknowledgement, give information, or give thanks. November is the month of giving thanks and there is no other greater statement to make than thanks. Children learn through imitation. Hands to lip and extend out. Children can start to imitate and use sign before they reach 1 year old.
It should not surprise anyone that my mother aka the Grammar Cop is also a stickler about thank-you notes. And well she should be. Every gift-giver wants to know that the present arrived and that the recipient appreciated it.
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Twelfth Night by: William Shakespeare. Act 3 Scene 3. Page 1 Page 1 Page 2 Page 3. Being skilless in these parts, which to a stranger,. I just felt a sharp desire to follow you. I followed you because I love you and I was worried about you. And oft good turns.
If you are new to Shakespeare, this is a great way to be introduced to why the plays are considered so great. This is a non-academic discussion and non-performance-based reading! We read aloud and talk about it, and everyone finds they have insights to share. Silent readers are also most welcome! Feel free to drop in and check it out. The Afternoon Close Readers meet from to every Sunday afternoon. Please provide a first and last name even if it is not your real last name so we can tell apart people with the same first names!