romeo and Juliet test

He secludes himself in his room and locks himself away from the sunlight because he is sulking about Rosaline What does Romeo do during the day?
Benvolio is the nephew to Lord Montague and cousin of Romeo What is Benvolio’s relationship to Montague?
Romeo was really depressed because he was in love with Rosaline, and she didn’t love him back. What was Romeo’s problem, why was he so depressed?
It means she won’t be married because she wants to remain a virgin and she will not love him. What does Romeo mean when he says, “She’ll not be hit with Cupid’s arrow”?
she is 13 how old is juliet?
he is 16 how old is Romeo?
Capulet is trying tell Paris that Juliet is too young and inexperienced and that she isn’t even 14 years old yet. Also, Capulet told Paris to wait 2 more summers and then he can marry her. What is Capulet trying to tell Paris?”My child is yet a stranger in the world,She hath not seen the change of fourteen years.Let two more summers wither in their prideEre we may think her ripe to be a bride.”
It means that he will go with Benvolio to the party not to find a lovelier girl, but to rejoice in the beauty of Rosaline because Rosaline would be at the party. What does Romeo mean in the following lines: “I’ll go along no such sight to be shown, But to rejoice in splendour of mine own.”
Lady Capulet is Juliet’s mom. No, they are not close because the nurse took care of Juliet since she was really little. It seems like the nurse is more like Juliet’s mom than Lady Capulet. Describe the relationship between Juliet and Lady Capulet. Are they close?
For one dance How long will Romeo and his friends stay at the party?
Romeo thinks that Juliet is beautiful and he swears that he never saw real beauty until he saw Juliet. He compares her to a rich jewel in an Ethiopian’s ear because her beauty is too rich to be touched, too heavenly for the heartHe also compares her to a snow white dove dancing among crows, because she is so much more beautiful than the other ladies. What does Romeo think about Juliet’s looks? To what 2 things does he compare her looks to? Why?
Capulet saved Romeo because he told tybalt that he shall not harm Romeo in the house because Romeo is a dignified gentleman How is Romeo saved from Tybalt at the party?
Juliet was sad that the one she loves was her family’s hated enemy How does Juliet feel about Romeo’s last name?
Benvolio Who is Romeo’s cousin?
He sneaked home to bed Where does Mercutio think Romeo has gone?
He ran one way and jumped over the orchard wall Benvolio saw Romeo do what two things?
Love and beauty Venus is the goddess of
– He doesn’t hear- He doesn’t stir-He doesn’t move Mercutio compares Romeo to King Cophetua in that he does not do what 3 things after he falls in love?
Benvolio thinks that Romeo would be mad because Mercutio said that he doesn’t do anything and he acts like he is dead and Mercutio said that he will wake Romeo up using Rosaline. Why did Benvolio think Romeo would be mad about what Mercutio said in Line 17-21? Act 2 Scene 1.
The night to suit his love Benvolio says that something will keep Romeo company among the trees. What?
It suits his love for Juliet Why does Romeo’s blind love best befit the dark?
Love will not be able to hit the mark if it is blind because we aren’t able to see the true identity of the person if we don’t know the person enough. Mercutio replies that if love is blind, love cannot hit the mark. Explain.
No Would looking any longer help the two friends find Romeo ?
I feel like he might be jealous that he never experienced what it was like to love a woman and Romeo has experienced that multiple times.Maybe he doesn’t know how to react when it comes to love. I think he is also hiding his own feelings about love. I think that because the way he constantly always ridicules people who are in love makes him seem like he is jealous. Maybe Mercutio is jealous that people are in love so that is why he ridicules them. In a minimum of 5 sentences (answer on the back of this page) answer the following question. Mercutio continually ridicules people who are in love. Do you share his views, or do you think that he might be hiding his own feelings about love?
– It was late at night when she appeared at her window- “But wait! What light is coming from that window. It is the eastern light and Juliet is the sun. Rise up, beautiful sun, make the jealous moon invisible. The moon is already sick and pale with grief.” What time is it when Juliet appears at her window? Quote the lines which support your answer.
To turn away from his father and to change his last name to something else so that they would be able to be together. What does Juliet mean, saying: “Deny thy father and refuse thy name.”
– Juliet said this line- It means that she is not delighted with their pledges that night because their love is too unadvised and too sudden, and too quick. Their love is just like lightning that quickly fades away. Who says the following line and what does it mean?”I have no joy in this contract tonight. It is too rash, too unadvised, too sudden; Too like the lightning….”
He was up so early in the morning because he needs to pick the herbs before the dew dries Why was Friar Laurence up so early in the morning?
He needs to make medicine What was he going to do with his plants, herbs and stones?
– Virtue can turn bad when misused and vice can be made right by right actio- Vice means evil When can virtue be turned to vice? Explain.
You will receive strengthYou will die Lines 23-36: He is speaking of a particular flower:If it is smelled, what does it do?If it is tasted, what does it do?
Two opposed kings always live within man, as well as in herbs- virtue and base lust, where evil is predominant Lines 27-30: Friar Laurence compares the plant to a man. How is the heart of man like this plant?
He thought that Romeo is worried about something or that something is bothering him because he is out of bed so early in the morning Friar Laurence thought that something must be wrong with Romeo. What?
He meant that he had a sweeter rest than in bed because he saw Juliet so he was happy Line 43: What did Romeo mean by, “the sweeter rest was mine.”?
No Line 55: Did the Friar understand at first what Romeo was talking about? Y/N
On the same day he talked to Friar When did Romeo wish to be married?
Where you bury one to take another one out. Where does the Friar say that young men’s love lies?
His love for Juliet is different because Juliet loved him back while Rosaline did not love him. Line 86: How is his love for Juliet different than his love for Rosaline?
He hoped that this marriage will prove to be happy and turn the hatred of their families into love Explain the Friar’s last piece of advice on Line 94.
The letter is a challenge to a duel from Tybalt What is the letter that Tybalt sent to Romeo’s father?
He means that Romeo will take the challenge to fight the duel How does Benvolio mean that Romeo will answer the letter?
Romeo is in love and was shot by the Cupid’s bow What does Mercutio mean when he says, “Alas, poor Romeo, he is already dead!”
He is the brave master of all the laws of etiquetteHe fights as they would sing from a music sheet, keeping time, distance, and proportionHe’s the butcher of a silk button on his opponent’s shirtHe is the gentleman from the best school of fencing and ready to quarrel over a trifle List the traits which Mercutio attributes to Tybalt in his description to Benvolio:
“A gentleman, nurse, that loves to hear himself talk, and will speak more in a minute than he will stand to in a month” According to Romeo, what sort of youth is Mercutio? Quote the lines which support your answer.
He tells the nurse to tell Juliet to meet him at Friar Lawrence’s cell that afternoon. She will get married there. Which message does Romeo give the nurse in the following lines:”Bid her deviseSome means to come to shrift this afternoon,And there she shall at Friar Laurence’ cellBe shrived and married.” (Lines 158 – 161)
It is noon What time of day is it?
Three hours How long has the nurse been gone on her errand to Romeo?
” Had she affections and warm youthful blood, she would be as swift in motion as a ball; my words would bandy her to my sweet love” (Line 12-14) Quote the lines which show Juliet’s impatience.
He didn’t care that the Capulets were coming, and didn’t want to put in extra effort. He also would enjoy fighting Tybalt if it came to it. Act 3: Why does Mercutio decide not to leave when the Capulets arrived?
He says this because he loves Juliet. Juliet is Tybalt’s cousin, and so for Juliet’s sake his love must extend to Tybalt. Act 3: Why does Romeo say that he loves Tybalt more than Tybalt can understand?
The sentence was lightened because Romeo acted in self defense against Tybalt. Act 3: Why did Prince Escalus lighten the sentence on Romeo?
When a character expresses their thoughts out loud while in private. It’s used to express the character’s feelings buy not change the character’s interactions. What is a soliloquy?
She says that the night is like a bird, or a lady, that would bring Romeo to her. She says that Romeo is the light at the end of the tunnel, and that he is the light that is not yet claimed by the blackness of light. Act 3: What does Juliet compare Romeo to when she is waiting for him to come to her the last time before his exile?
He thinks this because he would be forced to spend the rest of his life separated from Juliet, and would long to be with her. He would also be forced to recognize that Juliet would probably forget about him, and would be married off to some other man. Act 3: Why does Romeo think that banishment is worse than death?
He decides to sneak into Juliet’s house before the time of midnight. He was not officially banished until midnight. Act 3: What is Romeo’s solution to being banished?
1. Juliet is alive2. Romeo killed Tybalt, who wanted to kill Romeo3. The sentence against him was lightened from death to banishment. Act 3: What are the 3 blessings that the Friar says that Romeo has?
The Nurse tells Romeo to stand up and be a man, and stop whining and tend to Juliet while he still can. Act 3: What advice does the nurse provide Romeo after she describes how Juliet is doing?
Mercutio Which character is a jokester?
Benvolio Which character convinced Romeo to go to the Capulet party/banquet?
The apothecary was poor and needed the money. Why does the apothecary agree to sell Romeo the potion?
He wasn’t allowed to enter Mantua – he was wrongly accused of possessing the plague. Why couldn’t Friar John deliver the letter?
Death (the sentence was lightened for Romeo because Romeo acted in self defence) What is the Prince’s punishment for fighting in the streets?
Tybalt, Juliet, Paris. Name the main Capulets who died during the play.
Tybalt, Romeo, Mercutio. Which characters are involved in the fight that lead to Romeo being banished?
She doesn’t love him and she is already married. Why doesn’t Juliet want to marry paris?
Impulsive, romantic, passionate. Which qualities describe Romeo?
Hot headed, confident, proud. What qualities describe Tybalt?
True. Lord Capulet threatens to disown Juliet if she doesn’t marry Paris. True or false?
True. Romeo was in love with Rosaline (in the beginning of the play). True or false?
True. The Nurse tells Juliet to marry Paris after Romeo is banished. True or false?
False. Lady Capulet does. The Prince says Romeo must be killed for killing Tybalt. True or false?
Verona. Where is the play set?
Lovers infatuated with one another in a relationship that is doomed to fail. What does ‘star-crossed lovers’ mean?
He thinks that it is a bad idea because Paris said that he did not know what Juliet thought of marrying him. To the Friar this was odd and a bad omen. Why does Friar Laurence not like the idea of Paris marrying Juliet?
He said that it was because Juliet cried so much over the death of Tybalt, and that she must be married quickly to alleviate the grief. What did Paris untruthfully insist was the reason for the hurry for his marriage?
Commit suicide. What does Juliet threaten to do if the Friar can not help her?
The Friar suggests that if Juliet has the will to kill herself, then she should have the will to do something that might just kill herself but might also save herself. What alternate plan does the Friar suggest when Juliet comes to him threatening to kill herself?
Go home. Sleep alone. Drink the distilled liquor in the vial. What were the instructions the Friar gave to Juliet to do after their meeting.
She will have no pulse, no warmth, and no breath. She will be as pale as ashes and her eyelids will close. It will last for 42 hours. How will the poison effect Juliet’s body, and how long will it last?
She fears that the Friar might try to secretly poison her, and she is afraid of what would happen if she woke up in the Capulet’s tomb all alone. Why is Juliet hesitant in carrying out the Friar’s plan?
He says this because death had killed so many of his family members that it had become something like a son-in-law to him. The spectre of death was now part of his family. Why does Capulet say “Death is my son-in-law”?
It means “Why are you Romeo?”. Juliet is lamenting about that because Romeo is a Montague. “Wherefore” means “why” in Shakespearean english. What does “Wherefore art thou Romeo?” mean?

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