Romeo and Juliet Act 3 Quiz

What is Benvolio worried about at the beginning of the scene That there’s going to be a fight
What does Romeo mean by this: “I do protest I never injured thee, But I love thee better that thou canst devise” Romeo to Tybalt He’s not trying to insult him but loves him because he’s married to Juliet
When Mercutio says: Tybalt, you ratcatcher , will you walk? what does he mean by this challenging him to a fight
What happens when Romeo tries to stop the fight Tybalt accidentally stabs Mercutio
Mercutio says, “If you ask for me tomorrow, you shall find me a grave man”. what literary term device is used A pun because he’s dead
What does Mercutio mean when he says, A plague a’ both your houses They have made worms meat of me Wish death upon both family cursing the family
After Tybalt’s death, Romeo says, ” O, I am fortunes fool”. What does he mean here ? awful luck because:1. Rosaline didn’t like him2. Likes a girl from the Capulet family3. Kill Tybalt Juliet’s cousin
What is Romeo’s punishment Exiled (banished) from Verona
What oxymorons are used in this scene decieve in a gorgeous palace
When Romeo asks Friar “What less than doomsday is the princes doom? what literary device is used here Metaphor
Why is banishment worse than death to Romeo He can’t see Juliet and he’s been living in Verona his whole life
How does Friar feel Romeo should react to the Princes punishment That the world is broad and wide for him than just Verona
What weakness of Romeo’s is revealed in this scene emotions cloud his ability
What is Friar Laurence’s plan for Romeo and Juliet 1. Romeo will visit to Juliet that night and leave her chamber and verona before the morining2. reside in mantua so friar can talk to the prince in taking punishment away from from romeo and have a talk between two families so they can marry and romeo come back
What does Capulet promise Paris that further complicates the plot ? Why does he do this Let Paris marry Juliet make Juliet happy
Explain the symbolism of the nightengale and the lark in the beginning of scene V During nightengale Romeo and Juliet get to see each other and when it’s morninggale they don’t see each other
How does Lord Capulet treat Juliet in this scene ? what does he threaten ? If she’s not going to marry Paris on Thursday he’s disowning her
Why can you infer about why nurse suggests for Juliet to marry Paris at the end of the scene Because Romeo killed Tybalt who the nurse was close and because Romeo was banished from Verona

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