Everyday Terms Coined By William Shakespeare

William Shakespeare

You don’t have to be a scholar to recognize William Shakespeare’s famous phrases such as “star-crossed lovers” or “much ado about nothing.” But did you also know that the renowned poet is also behind some of the most common terms we use every day?

Watch the video about how colloquial terms such as “love is blind” and “in a pickle” originated in Shakespeare’s writings, that is, if you are fluent in Elizabethan English.

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