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But, Kate, dost thou understand thus much English?

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King Henry
But, Kate, dost thou understand thus much English?
Canst thou love me?
Katherine
I cannot tell.

Now fie upon my false French. By mine
honor, in true English, I love thee, Kate.

King Henry
Can any of your neighbors tell, Kate? I’ll
ask them. Come, I know thou lovest me;
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Act 5
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Then I will kiss your lips, Kate

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King Henry
Then I will kiss your lips, Kate.
Katherine
Les dames et demoiselles, pour être baisées
devant leurs noces, il n’est pas la coutume de France.
King Henry
Madam my interpreter, what says she?Hyperbaton
Alice
—I cannot tell wat is baiser en Anglish.
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God save your Majesty

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Burgundy
God save your Majesty. My royal cousin,
teach you our princess English?
King Henry
I would have her learn, my fair cousin, how
perfectly I love her, and that is good English.

I would have her learn, my fair cousin, how
perfectly I love her, and that is good English.

Burgundy
Is she not apt?
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The King hath granted every article

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Westmoreland
The King hath granted every article,
His daughter first, and, in sequel, all,
According to their firm proposèd natures.
Exeter
Only he hath not yet subscribèd this:
Where your Majesty demands that the King of
France, having any occasion to write for matter of
grant, shall name your Highness in this form and
with this addition,
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Thus far with rough and all-unable pen

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Thus far with rough and all-unable pen
Our bending author hath pursued the story,
In little room confining mighty men,
Mangling by starts the full course of their glory.

Small time, but in that small most greatly lived
This star of England.

Small time, but in that small most greatly lived
This star of England. Fortune made his sword,
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