Yes. But I haven't read much about them nor have I seen any movies about them.
When we were in England years ago, we looked at a couple of sites where King Arthur may have lived. But since no one is sure whether he was a historical or mythological figure -- where he may have lived is pure speculation.
12. All of the following words describe Sir Lancelot Du Lake except a. loyal b. indirect c. strong d. clever B? 13. What is the most likely reason that Sir Lancelot doesn't initially fight the three Round Table knights at the end
Why has the story of King Arthur endured for as long as it has? Why does the story appeal to such a wide variety of people? Would King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table be considered heroes today? For Further Reading King
Thank you very much. Here are some other sentences I turned into indirect speech. Can you see if the reporting verbs are appropriate? 1) King Leodegrance was very happy about his daughter’s marriage to Arthur. He admitted that
Arthur ruled Britain for many years from his castle at Camelot. His Knights of the Round Table helped to keep peace throughout the land. Then, Arthur was betrayed by his closest friend, Lancelot. While Arthur was away fighting
1. I heard the weather is usually windy and foggy on Dokdo. 2. I heard that he is very kind. 2-2. I heard that he was very kind. (What is the difference between them in meaning? Are both okay? Which one is commonly used?) 3. I
Instead of land, what gift did King Leodegrance, of the land of Cameliard decide to give King Arthur for Gwenevere’s dowry? He decided to build a home for Arthur and Gwenevere to live in and raise their family. He allowed
Suppose that 7 knights and 4 ladies are to be seated at a round table. Find the number of ways this can be done in each of the following cases: a) There are no restrictions; b) No 2 ladies are adjacent; c) The 4 ladies form a
Which strategies can be used to solve this problem? Kathleen invited 28 people to her party. She plans to seat 8 people at the dining room table. She will put the rest at round tables with 4 people at each table. What is the
Why has the story of King Arthur endured for as long as it has? Why does the story appeal to such a wide variety of people? Would King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table be considered heroes today?