Elizabethan English and modern English words

Watch the BBC version (with Derek Jacobi) of the play Hamlet as you read the book. Here is a link to the BBC Jacobi version: https://www.amazon.com/BBC-Shakespeare-Hamlet-Derek-Jacobi/dp/B000KBA9DC 1. The words in the play correspond exactly to the words in the book, so that you can read and watch at the same time. Pay attention to the type of English used–it’s called “Elizabethan” English and is the way people in the United Kingdom spoke in the 16th century. Our modern English is very different, but it’s possible to understand Elizabethan English with the help of the video. Your submission has two parts– Part 1–Write down ten Elizabethan English words that are new to you. And copy the sentence from the play that contains each word. Then, translate these words into modern English, and use the word in a sentence of your own. In a paragraph, explain the differences and similarities you see between the Elizabethan English words and the modern English words. Part 2–In a paragraph explain the relationship between Hamlet and Ophelia. In another paragraph, explain the relationship between Hamlet and his father. And in a third paragraph explain the relationship between Hamlet and Laertes. 2. Finish reading the play and re-read the passages that you did not understand the first time. Pay attention to every time Fortinbras is mentioned in the play. Then, write an essay (700 words) with quotes from the play in which you answer this question: Why does Fortinbras think he will end up inheriting the Kingdom left by Hamlet upon his death?