Can anyone please explain the exact meaning of “How art thou?”. please dont give any links.
That’s Early Modern English for “How are you?”
How Art Thou Meaning
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How art thou? This is a form Shakespearean English. This means How are you in plain english. You will find similar words like thee, thy, thine etc which mean you, your etc. Most famous words of this type is seen in Julius Caesar when he says to Brutus, “this is the most unkindest cut of all”- (this is a double superlative which is not in use in contemporary english.
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I loved playing Mercutio, not only did I get my revenge on the fruity Drama teacher, I had half the senior class roaring with laughter as well. After I “died” in our production of Romeo & Juliet I kinda refused to stay dead…every so often I’d rise half up and go “URGGGHHH THOU HAST SLAIN ME BASE VILLAIN!”, or “WHY HAST THOU PUNCTURED ME WITH THY SHARP OBJECT OF IMPALEMENT!!”, or just “ARGHHHHHHH” and then fall back real theatrically with my arm over my face. The nimrod Drama teacher was so mad he just sputtered. Totally failed me, and well worth it too, guy was a tyrannical jerk. BA: To be or not to be, that is the question… BBA: I love reading but some of those books suck like hell. Dante’s work was boss. Hated Dickens. BBBA: SERIOUSLY?? You should have kicked her ***, then had your Mom fire her. A) If I did a beatdown would have occured B) Forty Five C) 17?
How art thou stands for “how are you?”
u may also come across thy = your
Srikanth, this is a sentence picked from Romeo Juliet.
the complete sentence is ‘How art thou Romeo’
and the question “‘How art thou ” means:
“what makes himself?”
please correct me if I am wrong
It means—how are you??
in shakespearen language atr means are and thou means you….
It is just the normal greeting phrase ‘How are you? – Pepman