Et tu, Brute?
[ (et tooh brooh-tay) ]
A Latin sentence meaning “Even you, Brutus?” from the play Julius Caesar, by William Shakespeare. Caesar utters these words as he is being stabbed to death, having recognized his friend Brutus among the assassins.
CHALLENGE YOURSELF WITH THESE WORDS FROM "LITTLE WOMEN"
"Little Women" may be a classic, but that doesn't mean we all know the meanings of the vocab words from the book. Can you define these words correctly and make Jo proud?
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notes for Et tu, Brute?
“Et tu, Brute?” is used to express surprise and dismay at the treachery of a supposed friend.
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