Spanish verbs have three main patterns of conjugation in their infiinitive ending. What are these three patterns?
1. -ar 2. -er 3. -ir The infiinitive of Spanish verbs consists of a stem (e.g.: dorm-) and one of the endings above (e.g.: -ir): DORMIR (to sleep)
What can a Shakespearean character's language reveal about him or her?
Shakespearean text is hard to understand when you first look at it, but a little bit of research will quickly reveal that the text is full of details about their personality, their current state of mind, their mood and their social class. Sometimes characters speak in prose or verse, with riddles or puns, short or long speeches, etc. It's all gateway into the character's life.
Which playwright started the Realism movement in the late 19th century and what is the genre's main characteristic?
The movement began with Ibsen and its main characteristic was its rejection of artifice and its use of everyday speech and situations.