Romeo and Juliet Test

Where was Shakespeare born? Stratford-on-Avon
The name of Shakespeare’s first theatrical group was? Lord Chamberlin’s Men
At the age of _____ Shakespeare married_____ 18; Anne Hathaway
What is the name of the theatre where most of Shakespeare’s works were performed? The Globe Theater
Based on the prologue, what best represents the setting of the play? Verona
When Juliet finds out about Romeo’s last name, she says. “My only love stung from my only hate”
Which sentence best represents dramatic irony? “From forth fatal loins of these two foes/ A pair of star crossed lovers take their life.
What is the main effect of the conflict between the Montague’s and Capulet’s in the beginning of Act 1? The conflict exposes the deep seeded hatred between the two families.
Why is Romeo so sad and forlorn in Act 1? Rosalind will not return his affections.
” What, drawn, and tai of peace? I hate the word as i hate hell, all the montages, and thee”What represents the purpose of Tybalt’s actions in the above passage. Tybalt is depicted as the Antagonist
“If you disturb our streets, your lives shall pat the forfeit of the peace”What consequence is communicated through the Prince’s warning? The punishment for any future fighting between the families will be death.
What best describes Romeo’s internal conflict in the exposition? “Ah, word ill urged to one that is so ill! In sadness cousin, i do love a woman.
How old is Juliet? 13
What best reveals what Lord Capulet advises Paris to do? “But woo her, gentle Paris, get her heart; my will to her consent is but a part.”
“Ill look to like, if looking liking move; but no more deep will I endure mine eye. Than your consent gives me strength to make it fly” Based on Juliet’s response to her mother regarding Paris’ proposal, Juliet could be best described as Obedient
What best describes Juliets relationship with her mother? They seem distant but cordial
What best describes the purpose for the contrast between Mercutio and Romeo’s character? Foil
What best represents the theme that hurrying too quickly or moving too fast can lead to problems? “Wisely and slow; they stumble that run fast.”
What is the main motif Shakespeare uses in Romeo’s soliloquy when he first sees Juliet on the balcony? Light vs Dark
What literary device does Romeo use to explain how he arrived at Juliet’s balcony? Personification
Why does Romeo finally decide to fight Tybalt in Act 3? Romeo fights to avenge Mercutio’s death
Who dies in Act 3? Tybalt and Mercutio
What significant change occurs in Juliets character as a result of this passage (3.5.216-224) Juliet becomes independent, deciding that the nurse will no longer be her confidante.
Who comforts the family after Juliets “death”? Friar Laurence
What is not true about the tragic hero? tragic hero is 100 percent hero

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