Applied Linguistics in Modern and Old Macbeth Tragedy

Tamadur Sulayman Al-Shamayleh


Probably composed in late 1606 or early 1607, Macbeth is the last of Shakespeare’s four great tragedies, the others being Hamlet, King Lear and Othello. The way languages applied is so wide including all chapters. Applied linguistics takes a board aspect, where the old vocabularies took a different shape and turn into modern expression which is easy to understand.


Linguistics; Modern; Old Macbeth tragedy

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