what is shakespares use of language in the play othello?

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Othello's language in Act V is inconsistent to what it was in the beginning of the play (Acts I&II) because Othello was a confident & noble man who was passionately in love with his wife Desdemona. However, as the play progresses in Acts III3&IV Othello's language changes as he is manipulated by Iago into believing Desdemona's infidelity. This in turn changes Othello's nature into becoming a jealous wreck and also his language into barbaric and somewhat hell-like, thus being consistent with his language in Act V.
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Shakespeare uses language throughout the play to describe the way Othello’s ideas of his life change.