The episode mocks Jennifer Goines' inability to use pronouns and verb endings correctly in Early Modern English... and then the script goes on to make exactly such errors, even in native speaker's dialogue. "Thou" is a subject form; "thee" is an object form. "-est" is an ending for the "you" form of a verb, while "-eth" is for the third person (he/she/it). It's not hard to learn, or to find someone with the minimal grammatical knowledge to get it right; it's a shame the scriptwriters couldn't be bothered. See more
When she was born, we called her Elisabeth. But by the time she was seven, we knew she was different. Voices, visions - but not madness. There was an order. I don't believe in witchcraft or gods. So I taught her art and numbers. That's when I renamed her Chorus. So that she might see the beauty and not the insanity.
I was Primary once, too.
You still are. The voices in your head stopped speaking because the Witness was listening. So we found another way to speak to you through the eons of time.
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