romeo and juliet true or false

both the poor and the wealthy enjoyed the entertainment provided by elizabethan theater t
while attending the theater, people believed it was courteous to remain calm and reserved during all performances f
the quarrel is renewed in scene 1 when the servants of the two houses meet in the street and insult one another with words and gestures t
the quarrel escalates when tybalt, a capulet, challenges benvolio, who eagerly attacks tybalt f
after stopping the fight, the prince warns all participants that whoever disturbs the peace again will loose his life t
the nurse is a character that informs juliet and romeo of each others identities t
juliet is distressed to learn romeo’s identity because she is too virtuous to steal from her cousin rosaline f
capulet is happy to hear that paris wants to marry juliet and is eager to give away her hand in marriage f
mercucio attempts to ‘conjure’ romeo at the beginning of act 2 by teasing him about his love for rosaline t
when juliet first stands on her balcony and begins to talk, she is aware that romeo is watching her f
juliet is completely accepting of romeo’s proclamations of love to her and does not doubt his proposal of marriage t
after romeo and juliet begin to talk, she worries about his saftey in a place dangerous to a montague t
juliets mother calls for her to come in from the balcony f
the friar believes that within both herbs and man, both good and evil can exist t
benvolio and mercutio are kind toward the nurse and treat her with respect f
the nurse delays juliet about her meeting with romeo by complaining of breathlessness and aching bones and head, among other things t
at the end of act 2 the only people who know about romeo and juliet’s marriage are the nurse and the friar t
romeo decides to take revenge against tybalt in part because he blames himself for mercucios death t
benvolios retelling of the fight between tybalt and romeo is completely accurate t
juliet understands why romeo had to kill tybalt and is never angry with him f
romeo is immediately grateful that he has only been banished, and not put to death f
at the end of act 3, scene 3, the friar has convinced romeo to hide out in mantua while he handles the announcement of romeo and juliets marriage and attempts to stop the feud t
capulet decides to move up the wedding one day in an attempt to ease the pain of tybalts death f
capulet is sympathetic when juliet says she does not want to marry paris f
juliet attempts to convince romeo to stay with her longer by staying that it is a lark they hear singing, no a nightengale f
juliet becomes upset when the nurse counsels her to forget romeo and marry paris t
juliet says she would rather lie in a grave wrapped in a dead man’s shroud then marry paris t
there are two separate ‘scenes’ of comic relief in act 4 t
in act 4, juliet continues to defy her parents’ wishes by pleading with them to call off the wedding f
juliet completely trusts the friar and his plan for her to drink the potion and fake her own death f
right before drinking the potion, juliet thinks she sees tybalts ghost t
in mantua, selling deadly drugs is a crime punishable by death t
the character that informs romeo of juliets ‘death’ is benvolio f
friar laurence was unable to deliver the letter to romeo because he was locked up due to the belief that he had come in contact with a disease f
paris requests that romeo lay him inside the tomb with juliet, and romeo complies t
montague and capulet decide to raise statuses of romeo and juliet in their memories t

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