Hamlet, Prince of Denmark
STAGE 2 Pre-Intermediate | 800 headwords | A2 | Key | Classic
“There is nothing either good or bad, but thinking makes it so.”
– William Shakespeare, Hamlet
After Hamlet sees his father’s ghost, he begins to act in a strange way. He now knows the terrible secret of his father’s
death and must decide what to do. Many people think he’s become mad? Is it true? Will he do what his father’s ghost asks?
And what about love? Will he lose Ophelia’s love for him? Read the play and see how Hamlet’s life changes and how it changes
the lives of the people around him.
Verb tenses, forms and patterns Present Simple Present Continuous; Past Simple
Past Continuous; Present Perfect Simple;
Future with will and going to; Affirmative, interrogative, negative forms of tenses;
Imperatives; Passive forms: present simple and past simple; Verbs with gerund, base
form or infinitive; Common phrasal verbs
Modal verbs can, could; must, need, have to; may should;
Types of clause Main clause; Coordinate clause; Subordinate clause following sure,
think, know, if, where, when; because;
Defining relative clauses with who, where
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