Romeo and Juliet (English Final)

Which of the following is a servant of the Montagues? Abram.
Who says, “Two households, both alike in dignity, in fair Verona, where we lay our scene”? Chorus.
What is the mood of Act One Scene One? Comic, but then serious when the servants draw their swords and begin to fight.
In his conversation with Benvolio in Scene One, Romeo appears Sad and moody.
Tybalt scorns (disrespects/mocks) Benvolio because he thinks Benvolio is A crowd unwilling to draw his sword.
Which is a member of the Capulet family? Tybalt.
Romeo probably decides to go to the Capulet party because He learns that Rosaline will be one of the guests.
Before entering the Capulet house, Romeo and his friends Put on masks.
How does Lord Capulet feel about Romeo as expressed by his response to Tybalt? Romeo is a well-mannered and well-behaved young man.
Who says, “My only love spring from my only hate!”? Juliet.
In Act 1, Shakespeare foreshadows the events to come in all of the following lines EXCEPT Juliet: “You kiss by the book”
Lady Capulet was not yet married herself when she was Juliet’s age. False.
When Romeo spots Juliet across the dance hall, he is immediately hypnotized by her beauty. True.
Romeo and Juliet compare themselves to nuns and priests in their first conversation. False.
Juliet is distressed to learn Romeo’s identify because she is too kind to steal his love from her cousin Rosaline. False.
Friar Lawrence approves of the marriage of Romeo and Juliet because he believes what? Their marriage will bring the families together and end the feud.
Why does Mercutio both like and hate Tybalt? Likes the way he fights, hates him because he’s so formal and stuck up.
In Act 2 Scene 2, Romeo and Juliet profess their love for one another. Juliet is to contact Romeo through which the servant the next day? The Nurse.
What warning does Friar Laurence give Romeo foreshadowing future events of the play? Wisely and slow, they stumble that run fast.
What doubts and fears does Juliet express during the balcony scene in Act 2? (They are moving too fast. His love for her might not be real. They’re supposed to be enemies, so how can they love eachother.) All of the above.
What weakness does Friar Lawerence point out about Romeo’s character before agreeing to marrying them? Romeo is too fickle- he keeps changing his mind.
Shakespeare foreshadows both character’s doom through which lines? These violent delights have violent ends.
Mercutio calls Tybalt The Prince of Cats.
Romeo and Juliet are only able to be together alone At night when it is dark which foreshadows their doom.
Romeo’s tragic flaw is He changes his mind a lot and moves too quickly.
Romeo falls in love with Juliet and forgets about Rosaline In one day.
Juliet’s tragic flaw is She changes her mind a lot and moves too quickly.
In the second prologue (Act 2), Shakespeare says that Romeo and Juliet need Passion and time.
What is Friar Lawerence saying about love in the following? “The sweetest honey/ Is loathsome in his own deliciousness. And I the taste confounds the appetite. Therefore love moderately/ Long love doth so.” In order to full appreciate love you must savor it over a long period of time.
In Act 3, Mercutio and Benvolio get into a conflict with Tybalt. What does Romeo do when he comes upon them? Why? Tybalt is now his cousin by marriage, and Romeo does want to fight
How do Mercutio and Tybalt die? Tybalt kills Mercutio, and Romeo kills Tybalt.
What punishment did the Prince give Romeo for fighting? Exile.
For whom did Juliet decide to weep? Both Romeo and Tybalt.
Lady Capulet goes to tell Juliet about the plans for the marriage between Juliet and Paris. What is Juliet’s reaction? She says she will not marry now but when she does, she will marry Romeo.
What is Capulet’s reaction when Juliet refuses to marry Paris? He races about her ungratefulness and tell her if she doesn’t marry Paris, he will have nothing more to do with her.
What advice does Nurse give to Juliet? Forget Romeo since he is probably out her life anyway, and marry Paris.
In Act 3, Friar Lawerence speaks directly to Juliet about Tybalt’s death. False.
Romeo visits Juliet using the rope ladder. True.
Mercutio dies with Romeo holding him. False.
Capulet tells Juliet that she will marry Paris on Friday. False.
Capulet threatens Juliet if she doesn’t marry Paris. True.
Romeo tells Juliet that he will visit her in on week. False.
Benvolio lies when he tells the Prince about Romeo’s fight with Tybalt. False.
Juliet tells her mother that she wants to kill Romeo. False.
The nurse tells Juliet to run away instead of marrying Paris. False.
“…ask for me to-morrow, and you shall find me a grave man…” is an example of Pun.
“…Beg pardon of the prince, and call thee back/With twenty hundred thousand times more joy/Than thou went’st forth in lamentation.” is an example of Hyperbole.
“Like powder in a skitless soldier’s flask,/Is set afire by thine own ignorance…” is an example of Simile.
“Dove feathered raven! Wolfish-ravening lamb!” are examples of Oxymoron.
Mercutio stating, “A plague on both your houses,” is an example of Foreshadowing.

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