I am writing a scene from Macbeth detailing the battle before the play for my 11th grade English class, and I decided to write it in Shakespearean for fun. I have been trying to figure out the difference between willst and wilt. Everything, I have found tells me that they are alternating and second singular tense and that is all I have found. Is it anything to the effect of hast and hath? Where hath means has and hast means have?
I could REALLY use some help if someone can give me some, thanks :)