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Most Of Us Are Using Shakespearean English Without Even Knowing It

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William Shakespeare not only wrote incredible plays, he also coined lots of words and phrases that we still use to this day.
According to Business Insider, Polonius in "Hamlet" gives us "There's a method to my madness."
From "Romeo and Juliet"'s Mercutio comes "wild-goose chase."
Iago in "Othello" references the dreaded '"green-eyed monster" of jealousy.
And from "The Taming of the Shrew," Tranio suggests if Petruchio can "break the ice," then he'll be able to woo Katherina!

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