What is the most rich language?

What is the most rich language?


Did Shakespeare have the largest vocabulary?

Except for a professional translator like Philemon Holland (1552-1637), Shakespeare used the largest vocabulary of any English writer. Some of the words he used in his plays are documented only a year or two before his use of them: exist, initiate, and jovial, for example.

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What was Shakespeare’s vocabulary?

This, with his manifest vocabulary of 31,000 words, added up to a well-supportable estimated total vocabulary of at least 66,000 words – or perhaps something closer to 64,000, if added to Shakespeare’s corrected manifest vocabulary of 29,000 words per Spevack’s 1974 count.

What 3 categories did Shakespeare write?

Shakespeare’s plays are traditionally divided into the three categories of the First Folio: comedies, histories, and tragedies.

Did Shakespeare write 37 or 38 plays?

Between about 1590 and 1613, Shakespeare wrote at least 37 plays and collaborated on several more. His 17 comedies include The Merchant of Venice and Much Ado About Nothing. Among his 10 history plays are Henry V and Richard III. The most famous among his tragedies are Hamlet, Othello, King Lear and Macbeth.

Which is Shakespeare’s longest play?


What is the shortest Shakespeare play?

The Comedy of Errors

What is the hardest Shakespeare play?

King Lear

What is the longest play ever written?

The Mousetrap

What is the world’s longest-running TV show?

Guiding Light is the longest-running TV show in the world, with 72 years on the air. The American daytime soap was created in 1937, debuting on the radio – and was finally taken off CBS in 2009.

What’s the most popular musical?

Worldwide revenue

Rank Musical Debut year
1 The Lion King 1997
2 The Phantom of the Opera 1986
3 Mamma Mia! 1999
4 Cats 1981

What is the most successful Broadway show?

The Lion King