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Romeo And Juliet Recited In The Original Accent Of Shakespeare's Time

Actors and drama kids are always complaining about how hard it is to say the lines in Shakespeare's plays and how difficult it is to understand what the character's are saying. Well, imagine how much more those kids would whine if they had to say the lines using the original accent from Shakespeare's day! In this video British actor Ben Crystal demonstrates how the actors would have sounde
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