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Shakespeare`s Taming of the Shrew Part 2
ANIMAL [1]_______________________ VERB ENDING IN "ED" [11]_______________________
ADJECTIVE [2]_______________________ VERB ENDING IN "ING" [12]_______________________
VERB [3]_______________________ NOUN [13]_______________________
ADJECTIVE [4]_______________________ NOUN [14]_______________________
NOUN [5]_______________________ VERB [15]_______________________
VERB [6]_______________________ VERB [16]_______________________
OCCUPATION [7]_______________________ NOUN [17]_______________________
VERB [8]_______________________ ADJECTIVE [18]_______________________
ADJECTIVE [9]_______________________ VERB [19]_______________________
NOUN [10]_______________________

NOTE: Some words may occur more than once.

My           [1]           now is sharp and passing           [2]          .
And till she           [3]           she must not be           [4]          -gorg`d,
For then she never looks upon her           [5]          .
Another way I have to           [6]           my haggard,
To make her come, and know her           [7]          `s call,
That is, to           [8]           her, as we           [8]           these kites
That bate and beat, and will not be           [9]          .
She eat no           [10]           to-day, nor none shall eat;
Last night she           [11]           not, nor to-night she shall not;
As with the           [11]          , some undeserved fault
I`ll find about the           [12]           of the bed;
And here I`ll fling the pillow, there the           [13]          ,
This way the           [14]          , another way the sheets;
Ay, and amid this hurly I intend
That all is done in reverend care of her-
And, in conclusion, she shall           [8]           all night;
And if she chance to nod I`ll           [15]           and           [16]          
And with the clamour keep her still awake.
This is a way to kill a           [17]           with kindness,
And thus I`ll curb her mad and           [18]           humour.
He that knows better how to tame a shrew,
Now let him           [19]          ; `tis charity to show.
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