Romeo and Juliet ACT 2

The main point of Juliet’s “What’s in a name?” speech is that- Names themselves are meaningless.
Romeo and Juliet’s plan for the following day is to- Arrange to be married.
What relationship does Friar Lawrence see between plants and people? Both have potential for good and evil.
Friar Lawrence agrees to marry the lovers mainly because he believes that this- Provides a chance to end the feuding.
In this act, Mercutio uses puns mainly in order to- Be humorous.
The main thing the Nurse wants from Romeo is- Assurance that he truly loves Juliet.
As Juliet waits for the Nurse to return, she is worried about whether- Tybalt has challenged Romeo to a duel.
The chorus suggests that Romeo has fallen in love with Juliet mainly because- She is beautiful.
Benvolio assumes that Romeo has leaped over the Capulets’ orchard wall because he- Decided to rake that route home.
When Romeo first sees Juliet on her balcony, he compares her to- The sun
During the balcony scene, Juliet expresses concern about all the following EXCEPT whether Romeo- Thinks she is forward or foolish.
Friar Lawrence is surprised to hear that Romeo is in love with Juliet because- He thought that Romeo loved Rosaline.
Romeo says that Mercutio “will speak more in a minute than he will stand to in a month.” In modern terms, he means that Mercutio- Is all talk and little action.

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