English is not my mother tongue. Most of what we know of the beautiful language of Shakespeare (or was it Edward de Vere?) we learned in or near London in England.
We thought we spoke English fluently. Well, when we started on this translation we found out otherwise: I needed the dictionary for innumerable terms and expressions. If corrections are in order or if it's not quite English "as she is spoke today" please do not hesitate: your comments will be much appreciated and looked into gratefully.
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Most recent update: 21 April 2017
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