Speeches (Lines) for William Page
in "Merry Wives of Windsor"

Total: 11

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1

IV,1,1910

Sir Hugh Evans. William, how many numbers is in nouns?

William Page. Two.


2

IV,1,1914

Sir Hugh Evans. Peace your tattlings! What is 'fair,' William?

William Page. Pulcher.


3

IV,1,1918

Sir Hugh Evans. You are a very simplicity 'oman: I pray you peace.
What is 'lapis,' William?

William Page. A stone.


4

IV,1,1920

Sir Hugh Evans. And what is 'a stone,' William?

William Page. A pebble.


5

IV,1,1922

Sir Hugh Evans. No, it is 'lapis:' I pray you, remember in your prain.

William Page. Lapis.


6

IV,1,1925

Sir Hugh Evans. That is a good William. What is he, William, that
does lend articles?

William Page. Articles are borrowed of the pronoun, and be thus
declined, Singulariter, nominativo, hic, haec, hoc.


7

IV,1,1929

Sir Hugh Evans. Nominativo, hig, hag, hog; pray you, mark:
genitivo, hujus. Well, what is your accusative case?

William Page. Accusativo, hinc.


8

IV,1,1935

Sir Hugh Evans. Leave your prabbles, 'oman. What is the focative
case, William?

William Page. O,—vocativo, O.


9

IV,1,1941

Sir Hugh Evans. What is your genitive case plural, William?

William Page. Genitive case!


10

IV,1,1943

Sir Hugh Evans. Ay.

William Page. Genitive,—horum, harum, horum.


11

IV,1,1956

Sir Hugh Evans. Show me now, William, some declensions of your pronouns.

William Page. Forsooth, I have forgot.


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