Romeo and Juliet Final Test Review

in the prologue, according to the chorus, where is this play set Verona
in the prologue, approximately how long does the chorus say this performance will last two hours
in the prologue, which best describes the structure of this passage sonnet
in the prologue, which of the following is the rhyme scheme of lines 1-4 abab
in the prologue, which of the following is the best definition of what a prologue is introduction
in the prologue, based on this text, which of the following questions remains unanswered what caused the ancient grudge?
In Act I Scene ii, what is Capulet’s plan for this evening to host a feast
In Act I Scene ii, which best desrived the structure of this passage dialouge
In Act I Scene ii, why doesn’t Capulet want his daughter to marry now his daughter is too young
In Act I Scene ii, based on this passage is it likely that Paris and Capulet have spoken with one another before yes, they refer to previous conversation
In Act I Scene ii, which of the following lines are NOT a couplet lines 14-15
In Act I Scene ii, identify the lines that best support the following theme: loving fathers take opinions of their children seriously lines 16-19
In Act 2, Scene iv, what is the key purpose of Mercutio’s character in this passage to serve as a character foil to Romeo
In Act 2, Scene iv, which is the best interpretation of the word ‘heavy’ as Romeo uses it in line 12 burdened/gloomy
In Act 2, Scene iv, which is most likely the reason that Romeo does not plan to dance he feels too sad to have a good time
In Act 2, Scene iv, when Romeo says ‘his’ in lines 19 and 20, to whom is he referring cupid
In Act 2, Scene iv, what does Romeo suggest when he compares love to a thorn in lines 25-26 love is an emotion that hurts the heart
In Act 2, Scene iv, which is the best interpretation of the last line: but every man betake him to his legs every guy should stand and dance
In Act I Scene v, who wants to kill Romeo Tybalt
In Act I Scene v, which term does Capulet use to desribe Romeo in this passage well-governed youth
In Act I Scene v, how does Tybalt recognized Romeo in this passage Romeo’s Voice
In Act I Scene v, what is Tybalt’s tone regarding Romeo here hateful
In Act I Scene v, what is Capulet’s main priority in this passage to keep the peace in his home
In Act II Scene ii, where is this scene set Capulet’s orchard
In Act II Scene ii, which conclusion can be reasonably drawn from Romeo’s aside. Romeo feels uncertain about making his presence known
In Act II Scene ii, which literary device is used in lines 2-9 to show how Romeo regards Juliet’s beauty metaphor
In Act II Scene ii, what trait of Juliet’s does Romeo emphasize in lines 15-22 the brightness of her eyes
In Act II Scene ii, which the most accurate interpretation of what Juliet means in lines 33-36 (Romeo, Romeo, thou art Romeo) Romeo, why do you have to be who you are? Reject your family and ignore your name. I’m willing to forsake my own name if you’ll promise to be my sweetheart
In Act II Scene iv, for whom is the nurse looking here Romeo
In Act II Scene iv, the overall purpose of this scene from Romeo and Juliet is to provide comic relief
In Act II Scene iv, which piece of information is revealed by the stage directions Mercutio sings some of his lines
In Act II Scene iv, which term best expresses the overall mood of this scene light-hearted
In Act II Scene iv, lines 112-113 imply that the nurse is unattractive
In Act II Scene iii, which best explains how this passage begins in the middle of a conversation
In Act II Scene iii, lines 55-56 suggest that the friar thinks Romeo’s opening speech is confusing
In Act II Scene iii, based on how ‘consent’ is used in line 64, which is the definition of the term agree
In Act II Scene iii, which lines best support the idea that sometimes young men do not understand what true love is lines 67-68
In Act II Scene iii, which question about this passage remains unanswered how does Rosaline feel about Romeo
In Act II Scene iii, what does Romeo want from Friar Lawrence Romeo wants the friar to marry him to Capulet’s daugther
Act III scene i, why does Romeo say that he is fortune’s fool his destiny is full of bad luck
Act III scene i, based on this passage, which best explains Romeo’s opinion of retaliation sometimes it’s necessary to get revenge when loved ones are hurt
Act III scene i, which line suggests that Romeo is willing to possibly lose his own life line 131
Act III scene i, which two emotions have the most impact upon Romeo’s actions here shock and rage
Act III scene i, Benvolio repeats the phrase “Be Gone” What type of tone does the phrase create urgent
Act III scene i, which lines flashback to an event that happened before this scene lines 127-128
Act III Scene ii, what is it that Juliet is waiting for here for Romeo to arrive
Act III Scene ii, what is the structure of this passage soliloquy
Act III Scene ii, what does Juliet associate with night time based on her use of repetition throughout the passage love
Act III Scene ii, which words from the passage help to create an urgent tone. gallop apace, immediately, come night
Act III Scene ii, to what does Juliet compare herself in lines 28-31 an impatient child
Act III Scene iii, which theme is not directly supported by this passage love is an emotion that makes young people act responsibly
Act III Scene iii, which detail is revealed through the stage directions here the nurse snatches a dagger from Romeo
Act III Scene iii, to whom is the Friar speaking throughout the majority of this passage Romeo
Act III Scene iii, which word is repeated in lines 137-140 to help the friar make an important point happy
Act III Scene iii, which line is an example of a personification line 142
Act III Scene iii, which of the friar’s lines is a warning line 145
Act III Scene iii, which is the most probable event that could prevent Romeo from entering the city of Mantua the night watchmen might capture him
Act III Scene iii, what does the friar direct the nurse to do deliver a message to Romeo
Act III Scene iii, which of the friar’s questions is most likely intended to be sarcastic Art thou a man?
Act iv scene i, how does Paris greet Juliet happily
Act iv scene i, which technique is used in line 25 to express Juliet’s point of view irony
Act iv scene i, which line is not intended for other characters on stage to hear line 16
Act iv scene i, what is Juliet’s tone toward Paris scornful
Act iv scene i, in line 17, Juleit says it will be of more price. which is the most accurate interpretation of her meaning it will be more valuable
Act iv scene i, what is the structure of this passage dialogue
Act IV scene iii, what does Juliet plan to do in case the mixture in the vial does not work use her dagger
Act IV scene iii, which is an example of foreshadowing that suggests something upsetting about Juliet’s future lines 14-16
Act IV scene iii, which best describes Juliet’s state of mind overall here uncertain and desperate
Act IV scene iii, according to Juliet, where is Tybalt in the family’s burial vault
Act IV scene iii, in line 57, juliet shouts stay, tybalt stay. which phrase could be used to replace her words without changing her meaning dont tybalt dont
Act IV scene iii, which line best shows that Juliet is halucinating lines 55-56
Act iv Scene v, what is being personified in Capulet’s opening line death
Act iv Scene v, what mood is created by this passage remorseful
Act iv Scene v, which of the following lines makes death seem like a family member line 38
Act iv Scene v, which does lady capulet use to describe her child loving
Act iv Scene v, what is most likely the reason why Death is capitalized in line 40 death is being personified
Act iv Scene v, which situation is an example of irony as Paris walks in, the audience already knows that Juliet is “dead” but Paris does not know yet
Act V Scene i, what does Paris want to do most regarding Romeo here kill Romeo
Act V Scene i, in lines 45-48 Romeo uses a metaphor to compare the tomb to a mouth
Act V Scene i, which of these facts is suggested by the stage directions. a live audience would see a significant action in addition o the characters’ speech
Act V Scene i, which lines are a couplet lines 66-67
Act V Scene i, which is the most accurate and complete summary of lines 58-67 I came here to perish, so Paris you shouldn’t entice me
Act V Scene i, according to Paris, what may have driven Juliet to her death her grief
Act V Scene i, what is Paris’ dying request to lie in the tomb with Juliet
In Act V Scene V, which is the best definition of the ‘peruse’ as it is used in line 74 closely examined
In Act V Scene V, why does Romeo place Paris in the tomb it is an act of respect
In Act V Scene V, which line personifies death line 92
In Act V Scene V, which best describes Romeo’s state of mind in lines 77-79 uncertain
In Act V Scene V, which word would be the most accurate replacement for ‘mad’ as it is used in line 80 insane
In Act V Scene V, based on lines 92-94 what is Romeo’s current opinion of Juliet’s beauty her beauty is still magnificant
In Act V Scene V, who does Romeo refer to as ‘cousin’ in line 101 Paris
In Act V Scene V, why does Romeo drink the poison to join Juliet in death
In Act V Scene V, which theme is best supported by this passage love can make people do things that they cannot undo
Act V scene iii, which topics are the key ideas of this passage punishment and forgiveness
Act V scene iii, what does Montague plan to do as a token of respect build a statue of Juliet
Act V scene iii, which lines suggest that this play’s events have been tragic lines 309-310
Act V scene iii, the prince says that he has been punished. in what exactly does he say he’s been punished his relatives have died
Act V scene iii, which of the following is personified in lines 305-310 the sun
Act V scene iii, which is the best definition of the word ‘woe’ as it is used in line 309 regret
Act V scene iii, which of the following is the best description of this text dialogue

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