The Merchant of Venice (Shakespeare Made Easy) by Tanya/ Wendler, Linda Grosz

By Tanya/ Wendler, Linda Grosz

###############################################################################################################################################################################################################################################################

Show description

Read or Download The Merchant of Venice (Shakespeare Made Easy) PDF

Similar language arts books

English in the digital age: information and communications technology (ICT) and the teaching of English

New communications expertise has been a boon to educating and studying topics of English, from interpreting and writing to literature comparable to Shakespeare. This ebook explores the ways in which details and communications know-how, or ICT, will be hired in educating English and enriching the talents of scholars.

Spoken English, Tesol and Applied Linguistics: Challenges for Theory and Practice

Best researchers within the box of spoken discourse and language instructing supply an empirically expert, issues-based dialogue of the current kingdom of analysis into spoken language. They tackle the various complicated and worthwhile possibilities provided by means of those rising insights for language schooling and, in particular, for TESOL.

Language Acquisition

This e-book offers a image of the sphere of language acquisition before everything of the twenty first Century. It represents the multiplicity of methods that symbolize the sphere and gives a overview of present subject matters and debates, in addition to addressing a few of the connections among sub-fields and attainable destiny instructions for learn.

Additional resources for The Merchant of Venice (Shakespeare Made Easy)

Sample text

He is missing the money and jewels that his daughter took when she ran away. a. b. c. d. a lock of her hair a gold locket a portrait of herself a ring ____ 7. What does she say concerning the gift she has given him? ____ 3. What thought gives Shylock comfort during his discussion with Tubal as Shylock grieves his losses? a. If he gives it away, it’s a sign that he does not love her anymore. b. It is magical and will keep him safe from harm. c. It was her late father’s, and it is her most prized possession.

3. 4. 5. g f d c a 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. b c e b e c d a b d Activity 21 Answers will vary. Activity 26 Answers will vary. Activity 22 Answers will vary, but the following may serve as a guideline: Activity 27 Answers will vary. c a b a c 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. d c a b d b b d c a Activity 28 Answers will vary. Antonio: He borrowed money from Shylock, who hates him, with Antonio’s death being the payment should he not be able to pay. It would have been easier to just say he couldn’t give the money to Bassanio because his fortunes were tied up at sea.

Because they are Christians (and they eat food he considers unclean) Gold: It’s the best, he thinks he deserves the best, and his lady (or the picture of her), wouldn’t lie in anything base like silver or lead, of far less worth than gold. 3. Because he is a Christian and lends out money for free (thereby reducing Shylock’s business) 4. By gaining revenge any way he can Activity 9 Answers will vary, but the following may serve as a guideline: 5. A pound of Antonio’s flesh © 2006 Saddleback Educational Publishing Answer Key 40 Shakespeare Made Easy: The Merchant of Venice Answer Key The Merchant of Venice 1.

Download PDF sample

Rated 4.76 of 5 – based on 25 votes