Romeo and Juliet Act 3!

According to Benvolio’s first lines of the scene, what is the weather like that day> why does this kind of weather breed trouble? It is hot outside. On hot days people get irritable and they are trying to avoid getting into a fight
When Tybalt and Mercutio start quarreling what does Benvolio suggest they do?Why? they cannot fight in public, either they fight in private or reason on the street. If the prince catches them fighting they will be killed.
what reason does Romeo have to “love” Tybalt? What kind of irony do these lines contain? How? Because they are related, it is dramatic irony (we understand it but Tybalt dos not)
Who wants to stop the fight between Mercutio and Tybalt? Why? Romeo, he wants to make peace between the two families since he married Juliet.
Tybalt kills Mercutio, nut which character was accidentally at fault? Romeo
What curse does Mercutio pronounce four times? What is the significance? “A plaque on both your houses” it is foreshadowing because later in the story there is really a “plaque on both their houses”
Why does Romeo kill Tybalt? Revenge, Tybalt killed Romeo’s friend
What does Romeo say the Juliet’s love has done to him? made him feminine
How does Benvolio try to protect Romeo when relaying the evens of the fights to the prince? He holds him back so he cannot fight.
Why is Mercutio’s death a special insult to the prince? Because the prince and Mercutio were related
Of what does Lady Capulet accuse Benvolio? Killing Mercutio
What is Romeo’s punishment? Exile
For what is Juliet impatiently waiting? Romeo to show up for the wedding night. (the night they both loose their virginity)
What dramatic effect is gained by Juliet’s long and tender soliloquy? By having her go on and on there will be a contrast when he [Romeo] shows up
How does the nurse confuse Juliet with her news? she is unclear in who died
What piece of new has Juliet the most upset? That Romeo has been banished
What does the Nurse promise to do? go and find Romeo to say goodbye to Juliet
Where is Romeo hiding? at frier Lawrence’s house
What does Juliet send Romeo as a pledge of her love? a ring
How does Romeo react to the news of his banishment? He is so upset he’d rather be dead
Why does Romeo think that Frier Lawrence does not understand how he feels? Because he has never been in love or had a girlfriend
What argument does Friar Lawrence use to prevent Romeo from killing himself? He is doing Juliet bad by causing her more pain
What does the Nurse give Romeo? The Ring
How is dramatic irony present in scene 4? the audience knows Juliet is married, but her parents and Paris don’t know
What does lord Capulet say to Paris about his daughter’s obedience? She will listen and get married to Paris, because she has always listened to what her father says
How was Lord Capulet’s attitude about his daughter changed? He was skeptical before, but now they want to marry her to cheer her up over Tybalt’s death
What was the original day for the arranged marriage? To which day does Lord Capulet change it? Why? It was supposed to be on Wednesday but was changed to Thursday, because they needed more time to plan it
What does Lord Capulet tell his wife to do? To tell Juliet to get ready for the marriage
This is a short scene, but what is it’s purpose? the conflict
at the beginning of scene 5, why wold Juliet rather hear a nightingale then a lark? she wants him to stay longer and for the night not to end. The Nightingale is a bird the sings through the night, and the Lark sings in the morning to wake the people up at dawn.
Why is Romeo forced to leave Juliet’s room? Her mother was on the way up to her room
Just as Romeo is about to descent the rope ladder, what does Juliet say about the way that Romeo looks? He looks like he’s at the bottom of a tomb (foreshadowing)
Where is Romeo going? Mantua
Why does Lady Capulet think that Juliet is cruing? why is she really crying? She thinks that she is crying over tybalt’s death but she is really crying over Romeo’s banishment
When Lady Capulet threatens to send someone to Mantua to poison Romeo, what does Juliet say? She will go to Mantua and poison him herself
After Lady Capulet breaks the news about Paris, what is Juliet’s response? “I’d rather marry Romeo”
If Juliet’s mother does not arrange to delay the marriage what will Juliet do? She will kill herself
What is Lord Capulet’s reaction to Juliet’s threats? he will disown her
What is the Nurse’s advice to Juliet? Forget Romeo and Marry Paris
How does Juliet’s attitude toward the Nurse change> that the nurse is not going to help her
What “scheme” does Juliet devise to get rid of the Nurse and get out of the house? She will go to Frier Lawrence and hope he will help her
Where is Romeo at the beginning of Act 2 Scene 1? He is in Juliet’s orchard
Why did Mercutio and Benvolio give up on their search for romeo? they figure he has come home because he is so sad
***How did mercutio and Benvolio remain true to their respective characters Benvolio is nice. Mercutio is joking around.
What is the term for the dramatic device by which the reader knows something that the characters do not? Describe the presence of this device in scene 1 Dramatic Irony. ROmeo;s friends don’t know he’s at Juliet’s house
When Romeo describes Juliet, Shakespeare uses light and dark imagery. In Act one, Rome compares Juliet to a diamond worn by an Ethiopian. In other words, she is the bright diamond against the beautiful dark skin. Locate an example of Juliet being compared to something that is light or bright in the beginning of act two scene two He compares her to an Ethiopian diamond. He compared her to the sun and the stars and a lamp that burns brighter in her presence
what does Juliet mean when she says “What is in a name? That which we call a rose/ by any other word would still smell sweet/ so romeo would, were he not romeo called?” she says why should we worry. That even though his last name belongs to the family that her father is worst enemies with, that Romeo is still a sweet guy who loves her
What does Romeo say has helped him climb the high garden walls? with “love’s light wings”
Which character speaks more cautiously about love? Why? Juliet; she is at a disadvantage because Romeo already knows how she feels about him
Why does Romeo’s swearing by the moon upset Juliet? What would she have him swear by? the moon changes and goes away every month. she wants him to swear on himself.
Who from Capulet house interrupts the scene on the balcony? the nurse
Describe Juliet’s allusion to Echo she wishes she was like echo, so she can say Romeo’s name over and over again
What plans do Romeo and Juliet make at the end of the scene? they are getting married the next day
how were Romeo’s romantic sentiments different in this scene? The conversation with Juliet is real, true love. this is love at first sight
***note: a Frier is a monk, he was excellent at herbs ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
What is Friar Laurence’s special skill or area of knowledge? he is an excellent at herbs, medicines, and potions
why is Friar Laurence so surprised that Romeo is in love with Juliet? Because he was just recently in love with Rosaline, and thought he was not going to get over her anytime soon
Why does Friar laurence agree to marry Romeo and Juliet? He thinks that their marriage will end the feud between the two families
what advice does Friar Laurence give to Romeo at the end of scene three? to slow it down a little
What is the letter Tybalt has sent to Romeo? a letter challenging him to a dual
Why is Romeo in better spirits today? Describe the irony in Mercutio’s reaction to Romeo’s new light heartedness? he is going to marry Juliet. Mercutio thinks Romeo has given up on Rosaline, he has actually found someone else.
How will Romeo get into Juliet’s house later in the evening? With a rope ladder
How has the Nurse established herself as a go between character?What might be the advantages and disadvantages to having her serve as the mediator? she is going back and forth between Romeo and Juliet with messages, she is not very smart and has a big mouth but she is trustworthy.
What will be Juliet’s excuse for going to Friar Laurence’s cell? a confession
In what ways can this scene be compared with that of Romeo’s interview with the Friar? It’s a young person who is with an adult that is their confidant (know quotes of pg. 814)
Why is Friar Laurence anxious to perform the marriage ceremony? Because they could get in big trouble if they are caught
How does Romeo express the idea that in spite of the tragedy which is to close the play, their love will triumph over death? “that one short minutes fives me in her sight””then love devouring death do what he dare – is is enough I may but call her mine.”

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