5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- #16. I fear too early, for my mind misgives Some consequence yet hanging in the stars Shall bitterly begin his fearful date With this night's revels, and expire the term Of a despiséd life closed in my breast By some vile forfeit of untimely death.
- #31. In one respect I'll thy assistant be, For this alliance may so happy prove To turn your households' rancor to pure love.
- #11. It is an honor that I dream not of.
- #30. Young men's love then lies Not truly in their hearts, but in their eyes.
- #23. He jests at scars that never felt a wound.
- a a. Friar Lawrence said it b. To Romeo c. Act 2, Scene 3 d. Friar Lawrence agrees to marry Romeo and Juliet because it MAY end the feud e. Foreshadowing f. It shows that Friar Lawrence likes peace and dislikes fighting.
- b a. Romeo said this b. To himself c. Act 2, Scene 2 d. They make fun of me because they don't know how I feel. e. None f. Romeo is talking about how Benvolio and Mercutio are making fun of him and Romeo is hurt.
- c a. Romeo said it b. To Benvolio c. Act 1, Scene 4 d. I am worried that we will get there too early. It is written in the stars that something bad is bound to happen tonight, Something that will lead to my early death. e. symbol- stars f. This quote is foreshadowing what will happen later in the book.
- d a. Friar Lawrence said it b. To Romeo c. Act 2, Scene 3 d. Men fall for pretty women. e. Symbol- eyes Rhyme- lies and eyes f. Friar Lawrence is talking about Rosaline here
- e a. Juliet said it b. To Lady Capulet c. Act 1, Scene 3 d. I do not wish to get married. e. None f. This quote is when Juliet stands up to her mother and tells her that she wishes to not be married.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- a. Juliet said it b. To Romeo c. Act 1, Scene 5 d. It was a classic kiss. e. None f. They truly felt the love.
- a. Juliet said it b. To herself c. Act 2, Scene 2 d. It's only your name that is my enemy. It is not you that is a Montague, you are yourself. What is a Monatague? It is not a hand, or a foot Or an arm, or a face, or any other body part That belongs to a man. Oh, can't you be a different name! What is a name anyway? The name we call a rose, If it was called anything else, it would still smell just as sweet as a rose. e. symbols- name, rose f. Juliet was pondering Romeo being her enemy.
- a. Lady Capulet said it b. To Juliet (and the Nurse) c. Act 1, Scene 3 d. Paris is perfect like a book But he lacks a cover (which is a wife). e. None f. Lady Capulet is trying to convince Juliet to marry Paris.
- a. Mercutio said it b. To Romeo c. Act 1, Scene 4 d. It's true that I'm talking of dreams But dreams are just part of your imagination e. theme- dreams f. This is shows that Mercutio isn't much of a dreamer.
- a. Juliet said it b. To Lady Capulet (and the Nurse) c. Act 1, Scene 3 d. I'll go but I'm not promising anything- I will just look at him (no more)!! e. Symbol- eye Rhyme- eye and fly Parallel quote- #10 f. Juliet is talking to her mom about Paris at the ball tonight.
5 True/False Questions
#34. Long love doth so. Too swift arrives as tardy as too slow. → a. Romeo said it b. To Tybalt and the Servingman c. Act 1, Scene 5 d. Oh, she knows how to shine bright! e. Quote shows darkness/lightness f. It is Romeo's first sighting of Juliet and he thinks that she is the most beautiful thing he's ever seen.
#29. Parting is such sweet sorrow That I shall say "Good night" till it be morrow. → a. Juliet said it b. To Lady Capulet c. Act 1, Scene 3 d. I do not wish to get married. e. None f. This quote is when Juliet stands up to her mother and tells her that she wishes to not be married.
#21. Go ask his name. If he be marriéd My grave is like to be my wedding bed. → a. Juliet said it b. To the nurse (then she leaves and Juliet talks to herself) c. Act 1, Scene 5 d. Go ask him his name. If he is married, I would rather die. e. none f. Juliet is saying that she is deeply in love with Romeo and she would die if she couldn't have him as her husband.
#27. O, swear not by the moon, th' inconstant moon, That monthly changes in her circled orb, Lest that thy love prove likewise variable. → a. Romeo said it b. To Tybalt and the Servingman c. Act 1, Scene 5 d. Oh, she knows how to shine bright! e. Quote shows darkness/lightness f. It is Romeo's first sighting of Juliet and he thinks that she is the most beautiful thing he's ever seen.
#18. Did my heart love till now? Forswear it, sight For I ne'er saw a true beauty till this night. → a. Friar Lawrence said it b. To Romeo c. Act 2, Scene 6 d. Go slow or your love will blow up. e. Rhyme- so and slow f. Friar Lawrence is giving Romeo more advice.