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  • Do you love Shakespeare as much as we do?


    Have you heard that Shakespeare's plays and poetry create heightened brain activity?

    This is known as N600 response, which indicates a peak in brain activity after the brain experiences a kind of change in the perception of the text, for example, when the noun has been used as a verb. The brain becomes aware of such a word before it can analyze its function in the sentence. This response, in which the brain is excited, forces the brain to work actively to perceive what the greatest writer and dramatist wanted to say.
    That heightened mental activity might be one of the reasons why Shakespeare's plays have such a dramatic effect on readers.

    Do you love Shakespeare as much as we do?

    In 2016 we are marking 400 years since the death of the Bard of Avon and this is also the UK-Russia Year of Language and Literature so the British Council in partnership with BKC IH Moscow have announced the video contest as part of Midsummer Nights Festival, which has been launched by Ian McKellen and which is one of the highlights of Shakespeare Lives.

    Are you dreaming of gaining international recognition?

    Taking IELTS is a big step in making your dreams come true. You’ll be able to study and work all over the world.


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