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English 1 Romeo and Juliet Act 4
deeply thoughtful
small bottle containing medicine or ot…
ordered
headstrong
pensive
vial
enjoined
wayward
deeply thoughtful
pensive
small bottle containing medicine or ot…
vial
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Romeo and Juliet Act 4 & 5 English 1
Inundation
Prorogue
Arbitrating
Orisons
to cover with water
to discontinue a session
to submit to settlement or judgement by arbitration
a prayer
Inundation
to cover with water
Prorogue
to discontinue a session
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Romeo and Juliet: Act 4 (English 1, BHS)
Why is Friar Laurence reluctant to mar…
How does Paris explain the sudden hast…
What is ironic about the conversation…
If Friar Laurence cannot help her, wha…
Thursday is too soon for him to marry them and he doesn't kno…
The family's mood from the tragedy makes them change the mood
Paris actually believes Juliet loves him. Juliet uses her way…
Kill herself with the dagger while in front of him
Why is Friar Laurence reluctant to mar…
Thursday is too soon for him to marry them and he doesn't kno…
How does Paris explain the sudden hast…
The family's mood from the tragedy makes them change the mood
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Romeo and Juliet Act 1
bard
mutiny
piteous
strife
A poet, especially a lyric poet.
open rebellion against constituted authority (especially by s…
deserving or inciting pity
Conflict or struggle.
bard
A poet, especially a lyric poet.
mutiny
open rebellion against constituted authority (especially by s…
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English 1 Romeo and Juliet Act 4 Vocabulary Quiz
Charnel House
Behooveful
Culled
Mandrakes
House of bones
Useful things
Chosen
Roots of plant
Charnel House
House of bones
Behooveful
Useful things
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Romeo and Juliet: Act 4
Why is Paris at Friar Laurence's Cell?…
What reason does Paris give for the ha…
How does the Friar react to the news o…
Characterize the conversation between…
To plan the wedding to Juliet.
Lord Capulet wants them to.
He feels pressured and knows that Juliet will refuse to marry…
Juliet is short and sarcastic while Paris is arrogant.
Why is Paris at Friar Laurence's Cell?…
To plan the wedding to Juliet.
What reason does Paris give for the ha…
Lord Capulet wants them to.
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Romeo and Juliet ACT 1 Scene 1-4
quarrel
feud
foe
disturb
an angry argument or disagreement.
a state of hate or dislike for a long time, typically between…
enemy
to interrupt or bother (someone or something)... : to worry or u…
quarrel
an angry argument or disagreement.
feud
a state of hate or dislike for a long time, typically between…
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Romeo and Juliet Act 4 - English I HON
abate
array
beguile
bier
v.... to reduce in degree or intensity... My appetite was _____d w…
n.... an impressive, often varied display... The _____ of cuisine…
v.... lead by deception... Through advertisements and media, many…
n.... a stand to support a corpse or a coffin prior to burial... S…
abate
v.... to reduce in degree or intensity... My appetite was _____d w…
array
n.... an impressive, often varied display... The _____ of cuisine…
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Romeo and Juliet Act 4 & 5|English1 LV1
What accident or chance meeting occurs…
Why does Paris visit the Friar?
What is Juliet's reason for visiting t…
What does Juliet threaten to do if the…
Paris is visiting the Friar whenever Juliet arrives to visit…
He needed to arrange his marriage to Juliet
She said she needed to go to confession, but actually needed…
Kill herself with a knife; be killed any other way
What accident or chance meeting occurs…
Paris is visiting the Friar whenever Juliet arrives to visit…
Why does Paris visit the Friar?
He needed to arrange his marriage to Juliet
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Romeo and Juliet, Act 4.1-4.2
Inundation
Slander
Pensive
Rouse
(n.) a flood; deluge
(v.) to insult, to malign, to disparage
(adj.) sorrowful, sad, brooding; brooding; thoughtful
(v.) to awaken, to wake up; to stir, provoke
Inundation
(n.) a flood; deluge
Slander
(v.) to insult, to malign, to disparage
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English-Romeo and Juliet act 1
Servants
Biting of the thumb
Benvolio
Benvolio
Capulet_______ are insulting the Montague family (puns), show…
Is considered a great insult, "the bird", the Capulet servant…
Romeos cousin, peacemaker
Tries to break up the servants when they are fighting
Servants
Capulet_______ are insulting the Montague family (puns), show…
Biting of the thumb
Is considered a great insult, "the bird", the Capulet servant…
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Romeo and Juliet Act 4
array
bear
beguile
dismal
fine, expensive clothing
to carry off or transport
to deceive or trick
depressing or hopeless
array
fine, expensive clothing
bear
to carry off or transport
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English 9: Romeo & Juliet Vocabulary Act 1
augment
adversary
disposition
flourish
to increase
enemy;
mood;
showiness;
augment
to increase
adversary
enemy;
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English Romeo and Juliet Acts 3-4.1
abhor
calamity
denote
dexterity
v. to hate intensely
n. a disaster; an event that brings terrible loss, lasting di…
v. to indicate, signify, or mean
n. skill and grace in movement or thinking
abhor
v. to hate intensely
calamity
n. a disaster; an event that brings terrible loss, lasting di…
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Act4 romeo&juliet(English)
Arbitrating
Culled
Distraught
Entreat
Deciding,judging
Chosen,selected
Upset,distressed
Plead,ask for
Arbitrating
Deciding,judging
Culled
Chosen,selected
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English Act 1 Romeo & Juliet
tragic hero
antagonist
foil
soliloquy
central character, usually who fails or dies because of a fla…
force working against central character, can be another chara…
is one whose personality and attitude contrast sharply with a…
a speech given by a character alone on stage that lets audien…
tragic hero
central character, usually who fails or dies because of a fla…
antagonist
force working against central character, can be another chara…
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Romeo and Juliet Act 1
Adversary
Augmenting
Posterity
Grievance
A person who opposes or fights against another
Increasing
Future generations of people
Complaint
Adversary
A person who opposes or fights against another
Augmenting
Increasing
Romeo and Juliet: Act 1 - English
adversary
boisterous
nuptial
aside
opponent; enemy; foe
loud; rough and noisy
marriage
words spoken by an actor to the people watching a play, that…
adversary
opponent; enemy; foe
boisterous
loud; rough and noisy
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English Romeo and Juliet act 4
pensive
vial
dismal
wayward
deeply thoughtful
small bottle containing medicine or other liquids
causing gloom or misery
headstrong
pensive
deeply thoughtful
vial
small bottle containing medicine or other liquids
10 terms
English Romeo and Juliet act 4
Inundation
Dirge
Lamet
Melancholy
To cover with water to flood overflow or overwhelm.
A slow mournful musical composition
To mourn or express sorrow
Depression of spirits
Inundation
To cover with water to flood overflow or overwhelm.
Dirge
A slow mournful musical composition
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English Romeo and Juliet act 1
Cite a line proving Benvolio is a peac…
Cite something proving Tybalt is a hot…
Quote lady capulets first line (1.1.70)
Quote lady montagues first line (1.1.74)
I do but keep the peace put up thy sword or manage it to part…
What, drawn and talk of peace? I hate the word, as i hate hel…
A crutch, a crutch! Why call you for a sword.
Thou shalt not stir one foot to seek a foe.
Cite a line proving Benvolio is a peac…
I do but keep the peace put up thy sword or manage it to part…
Cite something proving Tybalt is a hot…
What, drawn and talk of peace? I hate the word, as i hate hel…
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Act 4 English: Romeo and Juliet
dramatic irony
comic relief
pun
wayword
the audience knows something the characters don't
an amusing scene
a play on words (words with more than one meaning)
willful
dramatic irony
the audience knows something the characters don't
comic relief
an amusing scene
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English: Romeo and Juliet Act 1
prologue
premonition
fray
augment
(n) speech addressed to an audience to introduce a play
(n) forewarning; feeling that something is going to happen
(n) brawl
(v) enlarge
prologue
(n) speech addressed to an audience to introduce a play
premonition
(n) forewarning; feeling that something is going to happen
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English: Romeo and Juliet - Act 1
Foil
Pun
Paradox/Oxymoron
Aside
2 characters who have opposite traits
Play on words for humor
Contradiction in words (jumbo shrimp)
Comment to audience
Foil
2 characters who have opposite traits
Pun
Play on words for humor
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Romeo & Juliet - Act 1
feud
pernicious
augment
portentous
(noun) -a prolonged quarrel or disagreement
(adj.) -that which causes great harm or damage
(verb) -to make larger; increase
(adj.) -ominous, predictive of future bad events.
feud
(noun) -a prolonged quarrel or disagreement
pernicious
(adj.) -that which causes great harm or damage
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English - Romeo and Juliet Act 1
What does the play's prologue NOT anno…
The play opens in a public place in Ve…
A Montague servant, seeing a Capulet s…
How do Benvolio and Tybalt differ in a…
e) The lovers are named Romeo and Juliet
Morning
"I do bite my thumb, sir."
Benvolio is the peacemaker and tries to stop the fighting, an…
What does the play's prologue NOT anno…
e) The lovers are named Romeo and Juliet
The play opens in a public place in Ve…
Morning
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English: Romeo and Juliet Act 1
Where was William Shakespeare born?
When was William Shakespeare born?
When did Shakespeare marry Anne Hathaw…
What were the names of Shakespeare's c…
Stratford-upon-Avon
April 23, 1564
1582
Susanna, Hamnet, and Judith
Where was William Shakespeare born?
Stratford-upon-Avon
When was William Shakespeare born?
April 23, 1564
22 terms
English Romeo/Juliet Act 1
who gave the prologue?
What does Sampson bite?
Who fights Tybalt?
Who joins the fight ?
The Chorus
his thumb
Benvolio
Lord Capulet and Lord Montague
who gave the prologue?
The Chorus
What does Sampson bite?
his thumb
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English: Romeo and Juliet Act 4
Juliet fears that if she wakes too ear…
Which lines spoken by Juliet foreshado…
What happens when the nurse finds Juli…
In Act 4, Juliet's major goal is to...
go insane
"Or bid me go into a new-made grave... And hide me with a dead m…
Wedding plans become funeral plans.
not (avoid marrying Paris)
Juliet fears that if she wakes too ear…
go insane
Which lines spoken by Juliet foreshado…
"Or bid me go into a new-made grave... And hide me with a dead m…
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Romeo and Juliet ACT 4 Vocab
Inundate
Pensive
Resolute
Treachery
(v.)TO COVER WITH WATER; OR TO OVERWHELM
(adj.) thoughtful; melancholy
(adj.) bold, determined; firm
n. Violation of allegiance or trust, confidence, or plighted…
Inundate
(v.)TO COVER WITH WATER; OR TO OVERWHELM
Pensive
(adj.) thoughtful; melancholy
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English - Romeo & Juliet Act 1
Prince Escalus
Paris
Montague
Capulet
Prince of Verona. He is concerned about maintaining the publi…
a young count, kinsman to the Prince. Wants to marry Juliet a…
Romeo's father, who is a bitter enemy of Capulet. At the begi…
Juliet's father who is the husband of Lady Capulet, and enemy…
Prince Escalus
Prince of Verona. He is concerned about maintaining the publi…
Paris
a young count, kinsman to the Prince. Wants to marry Juliet a…
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English Vocab Romeo and Juliet Act 1
1. solemnity (noun)
2. profane (adj., verb)
3. fray (noun)
4. trifling (adj.)
- serious or solemn observance or ceremonial proceeding
- unholy, defiled, impure
- a fight; a situation of intense activity, typically one inc…
- small, unimportant
1. solemnity (noun)
- serious or solemn observance or ceremonial proceeding
2. profane (adj., verb)
- unholy, defiled, impure
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English Romeo and Juliet act 1 scenes 2,3,4
Heretics
Languish
Merit
Scant
People who's opinions differ from the official faith ( Christ…
A persistent disease
Deserve
Barely , hardly
Heretics
People who's opinions differ from the official faith ( Christ…
Languish
A persistent disease
16 terms
English Romeo & Juliet Act 1
blank verse
Apothercary
Prologue
Flourish
poem with no rhyme but does have iambic pentameter. This mean…
person who prepared and sold medicines and drugs.
separate introductory section of a literary or musical work.
grow or develop in a healthy or vigorous way, especially as t…
blank verse
poem with no rhyme but does have iambic pentameter. This mean…
Apothercary
person who prepared and sold medicines and drugs.
138 terms
English Act 1 Romeo and Juliet
Shakespeare's life and large span of t…
Shakespeare life span
When did Shakespeare primarily write?
When were the plays published as a col…
Renaissance/Elizabethan Era
1564-1616
1592-1613
Plays were not published as a collection in print until after…
Shakespeare's life and large span of t…
Renaissance/Elizabethan Era
Shakespeare life span
1564-1616
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Romeo and Juliet Act 1 Vocabulary
Adversary
Augmenting
Beseech
Grievance
one that contends with, opposes, or resists
increasing the size or amount
to beg for urgently or anxiously
a statement in which you say you are unhappy or not satisfied…
Adversary
one that contends with, opposes, or resists
Augmenting
increasing the size or amount
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Honors English 1- Romeo and Juliet Act 4- 5 Study Guide
Dramatic Irony
Motive
Tragedy
Wayward
A contradiction between what a character thinks and says and…
An important element of a tragic hero's character. It is also…
A drama in which the central character, who is of noble statu…
(adj.) Disobedient, and willful; unpredictable,and capricious.
Dramatic Irony
A contradiction between what a character thinks and says and…
Motive
An important element of a tragic hero's character. It is also…
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English Romeo and Juliet Act 1
assailing
trow
Marry
semblance
assault violently
think or believe
indeed
an outward appearance
assailing
assault violently
trow
think or believe
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English Act 1 romeo and Juliet
foe
pernicious
consent
valiant
an enemy
deadly or very harmful or evil
to give your permission for something or agree to do something
very brave
foe
an enemy
pernicious
deadly or very harmful or evil
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Romeo and Juliet Act 1 test English/Spanish
Verona
Montague and Capulet
What does Prince Escalus say will happ…
Uno One
What Italian city is the setting of Romeo and Juliet?... ¿Qué ci…
The street fighting in the opening scene is between the serva…
They will be sentenced to death... Serán condenados a muerte
How many children does Capulet have... ¿Cuántos hijos tiene Capu…
Verona
What Italian city is the setting of Romeo and Juliet?... ¿Qué ci…
Montague and Capulet
The street fighting in the opening scene is between the serva…
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english Romeo and Juliet act 1
on the street very very late at night
benvolio is a peace maker while tybalt…
if they fight again they will be put t…
he thinks he is depressed- he cries in…
where does scene 1 take place?
how are benvolio and tybalt foils to each other
what is the princes vow to the street fighters and households
why is montague worried about Romeo in scene 1? what specific…
on the street very very late at night
where does scene 1 take place?
benvolio is a peace maker while tybalt…
how are benvolio and tybalt foils to each other
12 terms
English: Romeo and Juliet Act 1
Enmity
Temperate
Pejorative
Enigmatic
Hatred
Showing self restraint
Insulting
Mysterious
Enmity
Hatred
Temperate
Showing self restraint
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English Romeo and Juliet act 1
Ultimatum
Enmity
Volatile
Temperate
A final statement of terms involving a threat or serious pena…
Hatred
Explosive, tending toward violence
Moderate, showing Self restraint
Ultimatum
A final statement of terms involving a threat or serious pena…
Enmity
Hatred
27 terms
English Romeo and Juliet Act 1
Lord and Lady Montague
Romeo
Benvolio
Mercutio
Romeo's parents
Montague/17 or 18/main character/only child
Romeo's cousin/ honest and peacekeeper
Romeo's best friend
Lord and Lady Montague
Romeo's parents
Romeo
Montague/17 or 18/main character/only child
10 terms
English Romeo and Juliet Act 1
Adversary
Apparel
Augment
Forfeit
Enemy or opponent
Clothing, especially outer garments
To make greater in size, extent, or quantity
Give up
Adversary
Enemy or opponent
Apparel
Clothing, especially outer garments
12 terms
English, Romeo and Juliet, Act 1
Pun
Antagonist
Tragic Hero
Comic relief
A joke that comes from a played on words.
A principle character or force in opposition to the protagoni…
A dignities character who experiences a downfall.
Humorous scenes speeches or events included in drama to provi…
Pun
A joke that comes from a played on words.
Antagonist
A principle character or force in opposition to the protagoni…
14 terms
English Romeo and Juliet act 1
Rapier
Profane
Trifling
Solemnity
Sword
Unholy defile impure
Small unimportant
Serious or solemn observance or ceremonial proceeding
Rapier
Sword
Profane
Unholy defile impure
20 terms
English Romeo and Juliet act 1
'a
a'
An'
Anon!
He
On
Or and if
Soon, right away
'a
He
a'
On
10 terms
English Romeo and Juliet act 1
Augment
Grievance
Transgression
Chaste
V--> increase, expand, raise
N--> complaint or resentment against an unfair or unjust act
N--> an act of go against a law, rule, or code of conduct
Adj --> pure, decent, simple, plain, celibate
Augment
V--> increase, expand, raise
Grievance
N--> complaint or resentment against an unfair or unjust act
34 terms
English Romeo and Juliet Act 1
Pernicious
Augmenting
Grievance
Transgression
Causing great injury or ruin
Increasing; enlarging
Injustice; complaint
Wrong doing, sin
Pernicious
Causing great injury or ruin
Augmenting
Increasing; enlarging
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