The Yeoman

The Canterbury tales

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occupation

occupation

a yeoman would be a a farmer with his own land he usually was trained with a bow and arrow. yeoman were often used as body guard
the yeoman was needed in the midieval time period because they were the moderned day farmer just like today our society depends on farmers to supply u with the food that we eat

social class

midieval yeomen were the middle class people who worked hard for the money that they earned they were farmers who had theirown land and also they were used as guards to the royal
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day to day life

yeomans day to day life consists of farming his land throughout the day and maybe taking his goods to the market. a yeoman would also serve as a guard or a body guard to the royals

modern day occupation

a modern day yeoman could be a farmer but realistically a yeoan today would be like a secratary filing paper answering phone calls and keeping everything in order in a business. a yeoman in modern day could also be an officer in the military
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paraphrase

a yeoman would go along with a knight and the knights son on their journeys and since he was the only servent he got to ride one of the knights horses. a yeoman woar a green jacket and alo carried a bow and a bunch of arrows with him made with feathers. the feathers that were on the arrows would tell you that he was pretty much a picky person and always payed attention to every little thing. he was alo good with working with wood, he had tan skin and shor hair. he wore a braclet and a sharp shiny knife, he also wore a shiny saint christophers medalian around his neck. he also carried a hored with a strap on his shoulder. he also carried a sword and a heild in his hand. i guess you can say he spent alot of time in the forest.

prologue description

"he had tan skin and short hair"

peronality

the quality of the feathers would tell you that he was a pretty meticulous guy

specific words

meticulous

bright peacok feathers

he got to ride one of his masters horse

carried a word and sheild

examples of spelling variation

tyme-time

hood of grene-green hood

geese-guess

wode-craft - wood craft

gay daggere-hiny dagger

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chauser's opinion

i believe that chaucer' opinion towards the yeoman in the story is that he is a straight forward type of person and that he likes thing done in a certain way in a neatly fashion

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the quality of the peacock feather alone told you that he wa a pretty meticulous guy who alway payed attention to the little details.


he wore a wrist guard and a sharp shiny dagger. he also wore a silver saint christophers medal around his neck


he also carried a sword and sheild

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understanding words

meticulous- showing great attention to detail
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