English: R+J Act II Level 7
Terms in this set (14)
What plans do Romeo and Juliet make in Scene 2?
to get married
How does Mercutio try to conjure Romeo out of his hiding place? What does this tell the reader?
Talks about Rosaline
He doesn't know about Juliet
What does Romeo aside tell us in Scene 2, Line 37?
"Should I listen or say something"
What does "aside" mean in real life?
Why is Juliet worried that Romeo will think poorly of her?
Because she feels too much too fast. That Romeo thinks she is easy.
How is Romeo's and Juliet's tragic end foreshadowed in Scene 2, line 184?
Juliet pets the bird too much it dies (thinking she loves Romeo too much she will end up killing him)
What faults (2) does Friar Lawrence find in Romeo in Scene 3?
He is loving with his eyes and not his heart
Gets over Rosaline too fast
What motive does the Friar have in agreeing to marry Romeo and Juliet? What kind of person is the friar?
He tries to make the families come together and stop fighting
It shows he is thoughtful
We hear Scene 4 that Tybalt is looking for Romeo. Why does he want Romeo?
He wants to fight him
How does Mercutio feel about Tybalt?
Doesn't like him and think he talks a lot of trash
What part does the nurse play in Romeo and Juliet's schemes? How does Mercutio treat the nurse?
She's the messenger
He makes fun of the nurse
Does the nurse seem like a good role model? Or is she too much of a "friend" to Juliet?
Yes and no she wants the best for Juliet but wants her to make the right decision
What examples of foreshadowing do we get in this Act that remind us of the play's tragic end?
Anytime people talk about death
What are two examples of dramatic Irony in Act II?
1. We (readers) know that Tybalt wants to fight Romeo but Romeo doesn't
2. Friends call out Rosaline because they know nothing about Juliet