Romeo and Juliet Acts 4-5

in act 4, scene 1 why has the marriage been rushed according to paris because she is so sad over tybalt
in act 4, scene 1 how does juliet behave towards paris she is awkward and cold
in act 4, scene 1 what solution does friar lawrence offer take a sleeping potion so everyone thinks shes dead, they bury her, she wakes up, romeo and her run away to mantua
in act 4, scene 1 what does he think shell do if he doesnt help her kill herself in his cell
in act 4, scene 1 what does friar lawrence plan to do concerning romeo send him a letter saying what is going on
in act 4, scene 2 what are the reactions to j’s descision everyone is happy she changed her mind
in act 4, scene 2 what is the new p roblem caused by the change in plans they arent really ready for the wedding
in act 4, scene 2 what is lady capulets worry that they wont be ready in time
in act 4, scene 3 what may happen as a result of drinking the potion she could die or wake up early and be really scared
in act 4, scene 3 what does juliet plan to do if it doesnt work stab herself
in act 4, scene 3 what options does she still have marry paris or run away to mantua
in act 4, scene 4 why is this scene included dramatic irony, we know shes dead/ theyre excited
in act 4, scene 5 what are the reactions of nurse to finding juliets body she freaks out repeats stuff asks for booze
in act 4, scene 5 what are the reactions of lord capulet to finding juliets body hes speechless
in act 4, scene 5 what are the reactions of lady capulet to finding juliets body she calls juliet her only reason for living
in act 4, scene 5 what are the reactions of paris to finding juliets body hes kind of angry and feels like she has been cheated
in act 4, scene 5 what do her parents reaction reveal about their true feelings they really love herj
in act 4, scene 5 what does friar lawrence tell her parents just accept it and bury her, be happy shes in a better place
what is a monolague a long speech by one actor
what is a soliloquy an act of speaking one’s thoughts aloud when by oneself or regardless of any hearers, especially by a character in a play.
in act 5, scene 1 is r speech a monolague or soliloquy soliloquy
in act 5, scene 1 what has romeo dreamed that he was dead and juliet woke him up with a kiss
in act 5, scene 1 what does balthasar report to romeo that juliet died
in act 5, scene 1 had balthasar talked to friar lawrence no
in act 5, scene 1 what instructions does romeo give balthasar get ink paper and horses
in act 5, scene 1 what does romeo intend to do at the apothecarys buy poison to kill himself
in act 5, scene 1 what advice does romeo give to the apothecary about keeping the law break the law so he can eat, the law is not his friend
in act 5, scene 2 what happened to friar lawarences letter to romeo it never made it becuase the person who was supposed to carry it never did becuase some people thought he had the plague
in act 5, scene 3 why has paris come to the churchyard to spread flowers at juliets grave
in act 5, scene 3 what does paris do when romeo find him and what happens he tries to make a citizen arrest but romeo kills him
in act 5, scene 3 what does romeo do when he enters the tomb he lays paris to rest
in act 5, scene 3 what does romeo notice about juliet but ignores that death has not turned her pale
in act 5, scene 3 what does friar tell juliet when she awakes he tells her that paris and romeo are dead and that he can take her to a convent
in act 5, scene 3 why does shakespeare have the friar leave to show that even morality is not as strong as passion
in act 5, scene 3 what does juliet do when teh friar is gone she stabs herself
in act 5, scene 3 how are the bodies discovered they find bloodstains outside the tomb
in act 5, scene 3 how does the prince discover what happened the watchmen go out to tell the montagues capulets and prince what happened and then the friar tells him
in act 5, scene 3 what does romeos letter say it tells the whole story of their love
in act 5, scene 3 where is lady montague she dies with grief for her son
in act 5, scene 3 what do the families realize that they shouldnt be fighting anymore and they caused this
in act 5, scene 3 what does lord montague promise to do build a statue for juliet and make sure everyone knows how great she is
in act 5, scene 3 what does lord capulet promise to do the same thing
in act 5, scene 3 26. The Prince speaks of some being pardoned and some punished. Who has already been punished? romeo and juliets parents have been punished
in act 5 scene 3 how has the prince been punished his family members paris and mercution are dead
28. In Act III, Scene 1, line 195, the Prince makes a remark. What is it? How is it related to the developments in the last scene of the play? he says that pardoning murderers only causes for murders, this kind of proves true becuase romeo isnt killed for killing tybalt and goes on to kill paris and be responsible for Juliet
29. In the Prologue the Chorus speaks of the lovers as being “star-crossed.” That means that the tragedy is the result of Fate. Do you agree? Explain. yes, r and j were destined to fall in love and meet a tragic end so theyre families would finally realize how wrong they were
30. Define the term dramatic irony. Give one example of how dramatic irony is used in this play. dramatic irony is when the audience knows something the character doesnt like when he knew juliet isnt really dead but romeo thinks she is

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