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i have doubt of act 1 scene 2 question from morning star

Q4 .How is the young barons external appearance described in the passage?
What light does it throw on the national pattern of clothes of English men



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Falconbridge was the young Baron from England. He neither understood Portia nor Portia understood him. He did not know Latin, French or Italian and Portia was  very weak in English.
He was a proper man for her marriage but the marriage would be a mime as they both could not speak properly with each other. He was dressed very odd. His tunic was from Italy, his breeches were from France & his bonnet from Germany and his behavior from everywhere.
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Falconbridge was the young baron.he was from england.portia did not understood him at all nor he understood portia.their langiages were different as well as their dresses were different.more or less everything was different between them.
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