How can we help?

You can also find more resources in our Help Center.

31 terms

honors English final 2nd semester

STUDY
PLAY
main conflict in Romeo and Juliet
The families hate each other and Romeo and Juliet are in love
the main conflict in each part of The Odyssey
In part one the main conflict is getting home and in the second part the conflict is getting the kingdom back
the elements of a tragedy and can apply them to Romeo & Juliet
Death or great misfortune of a noble character that can be seen as depressing or uplifting
the difference between a soliloquy, an aside, and a monologue
Lengthy and to the audience, telling the audience thoughts or feelings; brief, speaking to another character of thoughts and is long
paraphrasing
The style that it is written can be hard to read so you put it in your own words to understand it
round characters
More than one main trait and characteristics and much known about them
flat characters
flat characters have little personality traits and little known about them
blank verse and how to read it
Read it by punctuation not by the end of the line iambic pentameter it is 10 syllabls across and is un accented
text aids
They are used to help the reader understand what they do not know or what they do not understand?
rhymed couplet
a pair of lines that rhyme
the themes in romeo and juliet
Impulsive actions lead to bad outcomes, feuds can destroy love and life
romeo's character traits
impulsive passionate romantic
life lessons did Santiago learn
to follow omens, never give up, follow his heart, interpret signs from God, and God works through omens
Odysseus's character traits
Leadership strength
loyal, strong willed, clever, smart, strong, leadership
internal conflict
A conflict with decisions that one makes with them self.
external conflict
A conflict between a character and an external force or challenge
contempt
a feeling that someone or something is bad or unworthy
unwieldy
awkward; clumsy
lithe
supple; limber
impudence
the quality of being offensively bold
loathsome
Disgusting
fray
noisy fight
barren
empty
equity
fairness; impartiality; justice
shirker
a person who gets out of what they ought to be doing
bemuse
to stupefy
maudlin
sentimental
transgression
wrongdoing; sin
incredulity
inability to believe
glowering
staring with sullen anger; scowling
dissemble
to disguise