Re: R: Re: Degrees of volition in activelanguages(wasRe:Chevraqis: asketch)
|From:||Thomas R. Wier <artabanos@...>|
|Date:||Monday, August 14, 2000, 0:52|
Nik Taylor wrote:
> > There's this one truly wretched line in _Much ado
> > about Nothing_ during the trial scene where the Judge goes "What
> > heard you him say else?"
> That's English? ;-)
Well, it's part of the text. I remember it so vividly because it was
part of Kenneth Branagh's rendition of that play. He purged most
of the play of the less 'necessary' and more archaic phrases (for us),
since this was a film. This line, apparently, slipped through.
Tom Wier | "Cogito ergo sum, sed credo ergo ero."