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Name: Date: Facilitator: School: 10.02 Shakespeare’s WordsPart ADirections: Look at the quotes below that are examples of iambic pentameter. Mark the syllables as either stressed or unstressed according to the key below.u = unstressed syllable/ = stressed syllableExampleu/u/u/u/u/Whereisthyleatherapronand thyruleWhere is thy leather apron and thy rule?#1 u /u / u / u / u / Oyouhardheartsyoucruelmenof Rome O you hard hearts, you cruel men of Rome,#2u / u / u / u / u / ButletnotthereforemygoodfriendsbegrievedBut let not therefore my good friends be grieved#3u / u / u / u / u /
IwasbornfreeasCaesarsowereyouI was born free as Caesar; so were you;Part BDirections: Find a line from Act I that illustrates correct use of iambic pentameter. Place the words/syllables in the chart below according to the stressed and unstressed syllables.u = unstressed syllable/ = stressed syllable#4u/u/u/u/u/sound them it dothbe come themouth as well #5u/u/u/u/u/hethinks too much such men are dan ger ous Part C