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Romeo & Juliet. Montagues vs. Capulets. Question # 1. In the balcony scene, Juliet says: “What’s Montague? It is nor hand or foot, Nor arm, nor face…. What’s in a name? That which we call a rose by any other word would smell as sweet” What does Juliet mean by this quote?.

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romeo juliet

Romeo & Juliet

Montagues

vs.

Capulets

question 1
Question # 1

In the balcony scene, Juliet says:

“What’s Montague? It is nor hand or foot, Nor arm, nor face….

What’s in a name? That which we call a rose by any other word would smell as sweet”

What does Juliet mean by this quote?

question 2
Question # 2

Who said the following:

“Ask for me tomorrow and you shall find me a grave man.”

question 3
Question # 3

True/False:

Mercutio is killed because Tybalt is a better swordsman.

question 4
Question # 4

Why doesn’t Romeo want to fight Tybalt?

question 5
Question # 5

At the end of the play, both families plan to for Romeo & Juliet.

question 6
Question # 6

The following is an example of what literary element:

“O son, the night before thy wedding day/Hath death lain with thy wife. There she lies, Flower as she was, deflowered by him”

question 7
Question # 7

When Romeo hears that Juliet is dead, the dramatic irony lies in the fact that:

question 8
Question # 8

What is the setting of the play?

question 9
Question # 9

How does the Nurse intensify Juliet’s suspense in Act II when she returns with Romeo’s news?

question 10
Question # 10

Who said the following:

“O serpent heart, hid with a flowering face”

question 11
Question # 11

True/False

Benvolio wishes to marry a woman he has not wooed.

question 12
Question # 12

The following is an example of which literary element?

These violent delights have violent ends/And in their triumps, die,….fire and powder,/Which as they kiss, consume.”

question 13
Question # 13

When Romeo arrives at the tomb, he discovers Paris and does what?

question 14
Question # 14

Which of the following sentences best states a possible theme of the play?

1. Children, obey your parents

2. Arranged marriages are the most successful.

3. Hatred lead to violence, destruction and waste.

4. Love is blind.

question 15
Question # 15

The Capulets, the nurse, and Paris react to Juliet’s supposed death with .

question 16
Question # 16

How long has Juliet been married when she hears of Tybalt’s death?

question 17
Question # 17

How old is Juliet?

question 18
Question # 18

Mercutio can be described as a foil to Romeo because

question 19
Question # 19

Why does Friar Laurence scold Romeo in Act II?

question 20
Question # 20

True/False

Lord Capulet scorns his only child and vows to disown her.

question 21
Question # 21

Why does Juliet admit her love to Romeo?

question 22
Question # 22

At the end of the play, who dies first, Romeo or Juliet?

question 23
Question # 23

Romeo’s servant, not Friar John, tells Romeo what?

question 24
Question # 24

The following is an example of what literary element:

“Love goes toward love as schoolboys from their books….”

question 25
Question # 25

True/False

The turning point in the play occurs when Romeo goes to friar Laurence’s cell after Tybalt’s death.”