Hear ye, hear ye, April 23rd has been proclaimed 
Talk Like Shakespeare Day  
across the state of Nebraska!

How to Talk Like Shakespeare

GREETINGS
How now, [Name] ... Hello (familiar)
Good morrow, mistress/master ... Hello (formal)
How goes the day? ... How are you?
Heigh ho! Come thee hither ... Hey! Come over here.
How now, wench?! ... What the heck are you doing?
Fare thee well ... See you later
I shall see thee anon! ... See you soon!
And may by fate we meet again ... I hope to see you again
Parting is such sweet sorrow ... I’m sad this has to end

WORDS
Twas ... It was
Twould ... It would
Thou ... You (subject, “Thou art a knave”)
Thee ... You (object, “I shalt give it to thee”)
Thy ... Your (“Thy humble abode”)
Thine ... Your (when a word begins with a vowel, “Thine apple”)
Dost/Doth ... Does/Do
Hath ... Has
Wherefore ... Why
Nay ... No
Aye/Yea ... Yes
Sirrah ... Man 
Cousin ... Good friend
Prithee ... Please, I beg of you
Alas ... Shucks/Darn it
Hark! ... Listen!
T’would be folly ... That’s crazy
Methinks ... I think
Forsooth ... In truth (used to start an opinion)
Accursed/Traitorous/Lecherous/Thieving/Knavish ... (Insulting words)

SAYINGS
Pray tell ... Tell me
I pray you ... Please
I do beseech you ... I beg you
Hear ye, hear ye ... Listen up
A pox on thee ... I wish you ill will
Be still my heart ... Oh my (in terms of beauty/love)
By my troth ... I swear it
Hold thy tongue! ... Shut up!
As you will ... If you have to
By your leave ... With your permission
Carouse ... To drink plentifully and loudly
Fie on them! ... Shame on them!
Mark my words ... Listen to what I’m saying