Cassius: Brutus, we has’t some issues we needeth to break with.
Brutus: What wouldst those beest dear Cassius?
Cassius: First, the issue of shrewd Mark Antony. I bethink we shouldst receiveth did rid of that gent ‘long with Caesar, I feareth what that gent is capable of.
Brutus: That gent is not to beest feared, liketh I hath said that gent is but a limb of Caesar.
Cassius: Well as I trusteth thy judegment although I may disagreeth we shall doth as thee prithee and leaveth Antony un did harm.
Brutus: Thanketh thee cassius, we needeth to maketh sure we art v’ry did prepare f’r what is going to befall tom’rrow.
Cassius: Aye, I am eft and did prepare f’r the act we art about to commit. I just did want to maketh sure yond thou art eft, and acknown of what is going to befall.
Brutus: I am as well and I has’t faith in the group of men we has’t gath’r’d to holp us.
Cassius: V’ry well, alloweth us returneth to the group.