1.It is a wise father that knows his own child.
2.Love is blind and lovers cannot see the pretty follies that themselves commit.
3.All that glisters is not gold.
4.So is the will of a living daughter curb’d by the will of a dead father.
5.The quality of mercy is not strained.
6.I hold the world but as the world ,a stage where every man must play a part ,And mine a sad one.
7.Have mercy on Antonio, Shylock. Do not be so bitter.
8.Have mercy on Antonio, Shylock. Do not be so bitter.
9.I've promised to take my pound of flesh. If you do not let me have it, that will be a sign of weakness and no one will trust your laws any more. The greatness of Venice will soon be lost. Antonio is my enemy, and I hate him.
10. Do all men kill the things they do not love?
11.Shylock, how can you hope for mercy yourself when you show none?
12.Mercy brings good. Mercy falls like the gentle rain from the sky upon the earth. It blesses those who give it, and those who receive it. We should learn to show mercy to others. Do you still ask for this pound of flesh?
13.Use your head a little, sir! We cannot change a law. If one law is changed, then people will later want to change other laws.
14.Let me take you in my arms and say goodbye.
15.Wait! There is something else. Antonio has promised to give you a pound of his flesh. But he has not promised to give you any of his blood. If you let one drop of his blood fall, you will lose all your land and all your money.
16.Wait! Shylock would not take the money earlier. All he wanted was right to be done. That is all he can have now. you must cut off one pound of flesh, no more, no less. And not one drop of blood must fall.
17.Wait, Shylock. The law of Venice says that if anyone tries to kill or murder any citizen of Venice, everything that he owns shall be taken away from him. One half of his money and his goods shall be given to the city of Venice and the other half shall be given to the person he has tried to kill. His life shall be at the mercy of the Duke. therefore, go down on your knees and beg the Duke for mercy.
18.Good sir. I beg for mercy and beg your pardon.
19.Take my life too! My money and goods are as dear to me as life itself. They are my only comfort. When you take those away from me, you also take my life.
20.I shall not have you killed. But as your punishment, half of your money is now Antonio's. You must give the other half to the city of Venice.