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10 Things I Hate About You takes William Shakespeare's classic play, The Taming of the Shrew and manages to make it relevant to a modern viewer. The story remains the same with the younger sister, Bianca, not allowed to have a relationship before her older sister, Kat, does. They did maintain several original scenes and even used a few direct quotations from the original play. The writers have removed a number of Bianca's suitors and changed the manner Kat is tamed to appeal to a contemporary audience. Shakespeare would have agreed with all the casting of the movie. This movie may turn Shakespeare's work into a teen comedy but it maintains many of the components that made the drama this type of hit. The younger sister can't have a relationship with a guy before her older sister does stay the same in both the drama and the movie. From the drama, Lucentio wants to marry Bianca and wants to be her mentor so that he could spend more time with her. He pays Petruchio to wed Bianca's sister, Kate, so that he could marry Bianca. Cameron acts as Bianca's French coach to gain more face time with her. He convinces Joey Donner to pay Patrick so far Kat. Patrick is wonderful to Kat throughout the film and tries to win her again after she finds out that he was paid to go out with her. Kate never finds out that Petruchio was paid to marry her. Petruchio and Patrick both utilize fraudulent tactics in order to be together with their individual likes. They disguise their true feelings and motives for being with their girl. Both Kat and Katherine fall in love with the guy who had been paid to be with her. That they fell in love is intended to show how they had been tamed. Kate gives a speech about the way she understands how she ought to be inferior to her husband. Petruchio has tamed her bec...