Romeo and Juliet Act II Test

When Romeo says ‘He (Mercutio) jest at scars that never felt a wound’ What does he mean? Mercutio makes fun of lovers (Romeo and Rosilne) but Mercutio was never scared by love himself
What type of imagery and figure of speech is expressing in the line:’But soft! What light through yonder window breaks. It is in the East, and Juliet is the sun!’ Type of Imagery: LightFigure of Speech: Metaphor
What type of imagery is used in the line:’Two of the fairest stars in all the heaven, Having some business, do entreat her eyes, To twinkle in their spheres till they return…’ Light
‘O Romeo O Romeo! Wherefore art thou Romeo?’ Means: Why is my name Romeo?
Lines 43,44 on 768 What’s in a name? That is which we call a rose, By any other would smell as sweet.
‘What’s in a name? That is which we call a rose, By any other would smell as sweet’What is the imagery and meaning? Imagery: Plant/NatureMeaning: A rose would smell sweet- no matter whats its name
How do the two lover express their lover? Juliet: Practical and cautious Romeo: Romantic and reckless
What does Juliet mean by comparing her love with Romeo to lightning? The love is to sudden and dangerous
‘This bud of love, by summer’s ripening breath, may prove a beauteous flower when next we meet.’In a metaphor Juliet compares their love to what?What kind of imagery is used? Compared to: FlowersImagery: Plant/Nature
Who proposes marriage? Juliet, she wants to make sure Romeo is serious about his love of her.
‘A thousand times the worse to want thy light!’What type of imagery is used? Light
Juliet says, ‘Yet I would kill thee with much cherishing’ is _______. Foreshadowing
‘Parting is such sweet sorrow’ is an example of________. Oxymoron
In scene 3.2 is is the early morning of day _____of which day of the week? 2, Monday
Friar Laurence delivers a soliloquy. Define. Speech by one person-alone on stage
Friar Laurence says, ‘I must uphill this osier cage of ours’ ‘With ______________’ baleful weeds and precious juices of lower evil
Romeo asks Friar Laurence to marry Romeo and Juliet
Romeo is fickle because He was just in love with Roselyn and now he is in love with Juliet
Romeo is hasty because 1. Friar Laurence can still hear groans/cries 2. Friar Laurence can still see a tear on Romeos cheek from Roselyn
According to Friar Laurence there is a difference between doting and loving Doting means to bestow excessive fondness
F.L. agees to marry Romeo/Juliet because He wants to end the feud
Rancor malice or bitter resentment
Benvolio tells mercutio that Tybalt sent what to Romeo’s father’s house a letter
Mercutio realizes the letter is a challenge to Romeo’s life
Mercutio thinks that Romeo is psychologically unfit to fight Tybalt because he is too beaten up by love for Rosaline “run through the ear with a..” love story
Mercutio does think Tybalt is skilled, accomplished, well-trained duelist. “The very bitter of a silk button, a duelist, a duelist” implies ACCURACY because it would take much skill
Romeo and Juliet’s two accomplices are nurse and friar
Juliet sends the Nurse to find Romeo at ______ It is now______. She has been gone______ 9am, 12 noon, 3 hours
Juliet must ask the nurse SIX TIMES what Romeo says – SEE SIDE NOTE #3. List three possible motives that the nurse has for not immediately telling Juliet the plan. 1. Tired/weary 2. Teasing 3. Nurse is fearful for helping J etc.
Which of the two lovers is practical and cautious Juliet
Which of the two lovers is romantic and reckless Romeo
Juliet says to Romeo “I have no joy of this contract tonight” “it is too _______, too_______, too__________ Rash, unadvised, sudden
What does Juliet mean by comparing their contract to lightning? Love is DANGEROUS
“This bud of love, by summer’s ripening breath May prove a beauteous flower when next we meet.” In a metaphor, Juliet compares their love to _____________. What kind of imagery is used? Flowers, Nature/flowers
Who proposes marriage – Romeo or Juliet? Why? Juliet wants to make sure Romeo is serious in this situation.
“a thousand times the worse to want thy light’ is what king of imagery Light
Juliet says “yet I would kill thee with much cherishing” is foreshadowing
“Parting is such sweet sorrow” is an example of oxymoron
Friar Laurence delivers a soliloquy – DEFINE speech given by one person alone on stage
Friar Laurence says : I must uphill this s=osier cage of ours” “with ______________ and ___________________ balefullweads, precious juices of lower evil
Friar Laurence holds a flower that contains both _________ and ________ evil and good
if the flower is smelled that Laurence holds it stimulated your senses
Friar points out “two such opposed kings encamp them stillIn man as well as herbs – ________and _________ grace and rude will
“And where the worser is predominant,””Full soon _____________________” the canker death eats up the plant
Romeo asks Friar Laurence to Marry R +J
F.L. agrees to marry Romeo and Juliet because he wants to end the feud
Rancor means malice or bitter resentment
“Wisely and Slow. They _____________________”A modern day saying means the same thing as ____________________. Stumble that run fast’Haste makes waste”
Benvolio tells Mercutiothat Tybalt has sent ____ to Romeo a father’s house letter
Romeo says to Friar “Do thou but close out hands with holy words” “Then love devouring death do what he dare- it is enough I may call him mile” What is this foreshadowing? death
Friar warns:These violent delights have violent endsAnd in their triumph die, like flower and powderWhich as they kiss(touch) consume.What is the simile?What does it mean? What is parallel? Simile: Flower and powderMeaning: dangerous and destructionParallel: Juliet saying their love is like lightning

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