Another 10 From Shakespeare

I’ve done two previous posts on words and phrases that we commonly use today that track back to William Shakespeare ( 9 From Shakespeare and 9 More From Shakespeare

But that’s not all the bard of Avon has to offer today’s speakers of English.

How about-

“What’s done is done.”

“Naked truth”

“Break the ice.”

“Breathed his last”

“Wild goose chase”

“Heart of hearts”

“Seen better days”

“Vanish into thin air”

“Makes your hair stand on end”

“For Goodness sake”

Want to impress your English teacher? Tell her you’re quoting the Bard…

Catherine Kane


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  1. Pingback: A Final 10 from Shakespeare | catherinekanewrites

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