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“All’s well that ends well.”

Good evening Class 6! The “night owl” is still at work.

Which Shakespeare phrases did you like best today? You had me “in stitches” with some of your ideas! You did really well researching what the phrases meant but it was “too much of a good thing” and the lesson had to end! It’s “high time” you told me your favourites! – Miss Land.

Remember, “all that glitters is not gold”!

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  1. Oscar Hamilton Reply

    I liked “in stitches”,”the game is up” and “much ado about nothing” AND “All’s well that ends well. I could of said everything but those are the ones I liked best!

    • class6 Reply

      Of course Oscar, “Much Ado About Nothing” – all that fuss in one book! No wonder it is called that! – Miss Land.

      • Oscar Hamilton Reply

        Shakespeare is right to call it that!!!

  2. Travis [school councle] Reply

    Probaly Love is Blind because i am a bit like that to chealsea

  3. callie Reply

    The game is up

  4. Orla Reply

    I like in stitches because I like laughing so much and it is so funny when someone laughs because you laugh as well. 🙂

  5. Kian Kennedy Reply

    I liked the game is up!

  6. Kian Reply

    I liked in stitches to 🙂

  7. Kian Reply

    .i liked every thing 🙂

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