BGHS Eng 9 final review
play in which the main character comes to an unhappy end
the reason behind a character's actions
anxiety or uncertainty about what will happen next in a story
contrast between expectation and reality
the importance of a character in the play
prologue Act 1
foreshadows the death of Romeo and Juliet
Why does Friar Lawrence agree to perform the wedding between Romeo and Juliet?
he believes it could end the feud between the Montagues and Capulets
Where did Romeo first meet Juliet?
at the Capulet party
Who killed Tybalt after he killed Mercutio?
Who told Romeo that Juliet was dead?
his servant Balthasar
long speech by someone alone on stage expressing private thoughts
character who highlights the characteristics of another through contrast
How does Paris die?
Romeo kills him at Juliet's tomb
Why does Juliet take a sleeping potion?
In order to appear dead so that she won't have to marry Paris
How does Juliet die?
she stabs herself with Romeo's daggar
Which four people died on the same night?
Romeo, Juliet, Paris, and Lady Montague
Who had a daughter named Susan?
servant to the Nurse
daughter of Lord Capulet
quick-tempered relative of the Capulet family
nobleman who has asked for Juliet's hand in marriage
loyal friend to Romeo
tells Romeo a funny story about Queen Mab to try and cheer him up
son of Lord Montague
appeal to authority
persuasion technique using a famous person to endorse a product
persuasion technique that repeats the same thing over and over
persuasion technique that asks an obvious question
prayer for the dead
screamed on the train when she had a vision of a fire
first concentration camp
performed experiments on prisoners
Why did one particular execution affect the prisoners so profoundly?
it was a child
How did Elie's parents make a living?
Elie's identification number
town where Elie grew up
spoke for the trees being chopped down
chopped down trees to make thneeds
Who wrote the Lorax?
charge with a crime
one who receives
open for discussion
to remove or dispel
smooth and sophisticated
to show honor and respect
not able to be altered
to display clearly
The duck's feathers (is, are) colorful.
She (don't, doesn't) want to see that movie.
Neither Bob nor Steve (is, are) going to the race.
Sheila and Mary (is, are) trying out for cheerleader.
All of the students (is, are) taking a test.
Ten dollars (is, are) the cost of each ticket.
My class (has, have) been on two field trips this year.
My team (is, are) playing in the championships.
They (was, were) out late last night.
Everybody (is, are) anxious for summer.
Not one of my friends (has, have) called me today.