Let's converse in the Language of ShakespeareIf you have read the books of Shakespeare, you would know that his writings were different from the way we speak in our daily life.
So for a change, let's try to converse in the "Shakespeare Language". To get a hang of it I'll give few examples,
Me: I am very thirsty now, please pass me a glass of water.
Shakespeare: I am very parched now, please passeth me a glass of water.
Me: It was a beautiful morning today
Shakespeare: twas a quite quaint morning the present day
Don't worry about writing it in a wrong way, we will stumble and fall and rise up again. So, let's not be afraid to make mistakes and correct mistakes if we see any. To make it continuous, I'll start with a sentence and the respondent can reply anything related to that in Shakespeare language and I can reply back in the same.
Me: How did you spend your day today?
Shakespeare: How didst thee spendeth thy day the present day?I desire thee wilt enjoy this game.