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CJHS Bradley Romeo & Juliet elements English:9
aside
chorus
Comic relief
drama
a short speech directed to the audience, or another character…
a single actor who serves as a narrator to foreshadow or summ…
Humorous scenes, incidents, or speeches that are included in…
story that is written to be acted for an audience
aside
a short speech directed to the audience, or another character…
chorus
a single actor who serves as a narrator to foreshadow or summ…
21 terms
English Romeo and Juliet examples
alliteration
allusion
aside
blank verse
Juliet says, "We'll like to look at the long lacy dress."
"I aim so near... a right good markman... a right fair mark...
Romeo says in an aside, "Shall I hear more, or shall I speak…
What light through yonder window breaks / It is the east, and…
alliteration
Juliet says, "We'll like to look at the long lacy dress."
allusion
"I aim so near... a right good markman... a right fair mark...
110 terms
English Romeo and Juliet
Fight between Capulet and Montague ser…
Romeo is depressed about Rosaline
Benvolio, Romeo, and Mercutio crash th…
Tyblat hears Romeo and gets mad
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Fight between Capulet and Montague ser…
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Romeo is depressed about Rosaline
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Romeo and Juliet, english
dynamic characters definition & exampl…
foil character definition, and example…
foreshadowing, and example
climax, and climax in Romeo and Juliet
a character that grows and changes during the story or play... J…
Characters who contrast each other... Romeo and Mercutio are foi…
Clues or hints used to prepare the reader for some future eve…
The highest level of tension... Romeo kills tybalt, after the cl…
dynamic characters definition & exampl…
a character that grows and changes during the story or play... J…
foil character definition, and example…
Characters who contrast each other... Romeo and Mercutio are foi…
32 terms
English - Romeo and Juliet Vocabulary
allusion
aside
comedy
courtly love
an expression designed to call something to mind without ment…
a remark or passage by a character in a play that is intended…
a play that has a happy ending, usually involving marriages b…
a type of affection in which the woman is idealized but often…
allusion
an expression designed to call something to mind without ment…
aside
a remark or passage by a character in a play that is intended…
44 terms
ENGLISH Romeo and Juliet
dialogue
dramatic irony
iambic pentameter
couplet
characters talking
audience knows something the characters dont
1 line that consists of 5 pair sof an unstressed syllable fol…
a pair of lines that rhyme
dialogue
characters talking
dramatic irony
audience knows something the characters dont
10 terms
ENGLISH Romeo and Juliet
plot
Characters
themes
Language techniques
- Noble families Capulet's and Montague's constantly in fight…
Romeo... Juliet... Tybalt... Friar Lawrence... Capulet... Lady Capulet... Monta…
- Love... - Family... - Fate... - Feud... - Youth
- Metaphor... - Simile... - Personification... - Foreshadowing
plot
- Noble families Capulet's and Montague's constantly in fight…
Characters
Romeo... Juliet... Tybalt... Friar Lawrence... Capulet... Lady Capulet... Monta…
52 terms
Romeo and Juliet (English)
is Juliet a Montague or a Capulet?
is Romeo a Montague or a Capulet?
who is Romeo in love with at the begin…
how old is Romeo?
Capulet
Montague
Rosaline
16-18 years old.
is Juliet a Montague or a Capulet?
Capulet
is Romeo a Montague or a Capulet?
Montague
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English Terms: Romeo and Juliet
Profaners
Pernicious
Augmenting
Portentous
people who treat something sacred with disrespect or comtempt
Destructive, injurious, violent
Enlarging, increasing
relating to or constituting a portent or a sign/warning.
Profaners
people who treat something sacred with disrespect or comtempt
Pernicious
Destructive, injurious, violent
68 terms
English Vocabulary Romeo & Juliet
wise (adj) / wisdom (n)
to confess (v) / confession (n)
pun (n)
swift (adj) / swiftly (adv)
weise / Weisheit ; ... having experience, knowledge and good jud…
gestehen, zugeben / Geständnis ; ... admit
Wortspiel, Wortwitz ; ... wordplay
eilig, schleunig ; ... quickly
wise (adj) / wisdom (n)
weise / Weisheit ; ... having experience, knowledge and good jud…
to confess (v) / confession (n)
gestehen, zugeben / Geständnis ; ... admit
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English: Romeo and Juliet
Romeo
Juliet
Mercutio
Friar Lawrence
-son and heir of Montague and Lady Montague... -sneaks into Capu…
-daughter of Lord and Lady Capulet... -fell in love with Romeo... -…
-Romeo's friend... -killed by Tybalt in a fight... -cynical and com…
-priest of Verona... -secretly marries R & J, hoping the feud wi…
Romeo
-son and heir of Montague and Lady Montague... -sneaks into Capu…
Juliet
-daughter of Lord and Lady Capulet... -fell in love with Romeo... -…
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English- Romeo & Juliet Characters
Montague
Lady Montague
Romeo
Mercutio
head of the Montague family; sworn enemy of Capulet
Montague's wife
Montague's son
Romeo's friend and kinsman to the Prince; he is considered a…
Montague
head of the Montague family; sworn enemy of Capulet
Lady Montague
Montague's wife
13 terms
English: Romeo and Juliet
Adversaries
Grievance
Esteem
Forfeit
Batman and the Joker are adversaries
The death of Ari Jaff would cause huge grievances
Some of the friends I have don't have very good self-esteem;…
My basketball team forfeited the game and consequently gave u…
Adversaries
Batman and the Joker are adversaries
Grievance
The death of Ari Jaff would cause huge grievances
64 terms
Romeo & Juliet - VISA English 9
banish
star-crossed
torch
kinsmen
Forced to leave (verb)
doomed (adjective)
a light carried in the hand
relatives
banish
Forced to leave (verb)
star-crossed
doomed (adjective)
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English vocabulary Romeo and Juliet
dignity
mutiny
bucklers
partisans
high social rank
violence
small shields
spear-like weapons
dignity
high social rank
mutiny
violence
19 terms
English Literature, Romeo + Juliet-Romeo
Examples of melodrama and immaturity i…
Act 1:2 (Petrarchan Lover)
Act 1:4 (Melodrama)
Act 1:5 (Impetuous manner)
"O heavy lightness...feather of lead, bright smoke"... "Shuts up…
"One fairer than my love! The all-seeing sun ne'er saw her ma…
"With nimble soles, I have a soul of lead"
"Did my heart love till now? Forswear it, sight! For I ne'er…
Examples of melodrama and immaturity i…
"O heavy lightness...feather of lead, bright smoke"... "Shuts up…
Act 1:2 (Petrarchan Lover)
"One fairer than my love! The all-seeing sun ne'er saw her ma…
11 terms
English Romeo and Juliet
chorus
Verona, Italy
Rosaline
Prince Escalus
in the prologue the ___ is the voice that gives us the backgr…
the story takes place in
When we first meet Romeo he is sad because ___ does not like…
____ Tells the fighters if you ever disturb our streets again…
chorus
in the prologue the ___ is the voice that gives us the backgr…
Verona, Italy
the story takes place in
10 terms
English- Romeo and Juliet vocab
discreet
purged
adversary
posterity
showing good judgment
got rid of
enemy
future generations
discreet
showing good judgment
purged
got rid of
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English Romeo and Juliet Flashcards
Partisan
Pernicious
Covert
Portent
a weapon with lateral projections mounted on each side of a l…
Very destructive or harmful... "The pernicious tornado tore thro…
Secret... "The spies were very covert about their work"
A sign of forewarning or a warning
Partisan
a weapon with lateral projections mounted on each side of a l…
Pernicious
Very destructive or harmful... "The pernicious tornado tore thro…
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English Romeo and Juliet vocab
Valiant
Pernicious
Adversary
importuned
Brave, courageous
(adj.) extremely harmful; deadly, fatal
An enemy, opponent
questioned deeply
Valiant
Brave, courageous
Pernicious
(adj.) extremely harmful; deadly, fatal
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Freshman English- Final Romeo & Juliet
enemy
praise
statue
sacrifice
someone hated or competed against
Commend
a sculpture representing a human or animal
something given up for the sake of another
enemy
someone hated or competed against
praise
Commend
Shakespearean English - Romeo and Juliet
Alas
Art
Counsel
Doth
exclamation of sorrow or dismay
are
advice
do
Alas
exclamation of sorrow or dismay
Art
are
64 terms
English Romeo and Juliet Quotes
"More and more light
"What light through yonder window brea…
"O Romeo, O Romeo -
"What's in a name? That which we call a
more dark and dark our woes." - Romeo
For it is the East, and Juliet is the sun!" - Romeo
wherefore art thou Romeo?" - Juliet
rose by any other word would smell as sweet." - Juliet
"More and more light
more dark and dark our woes." - Romeo
"What light through yonder window brea…
For it is the East, and Juliet is the sun!" - Romeo
23 terms
English Romeo and Juliet
Figurative language
Foreshadowing
Similie
Personification
Communicates ideas beyond ordinary meaning (metaphors)
Hints to indicate situations that will occur in the future
A figure of speech involving comparison of one thing to anoth…
Human qualities to animals or objects
Figurative language
Communicates ideas beyond ordinary meaning (metaphors)
Foreshadowing
Hints to indicate situations that will occur in the future
25 terms
English Romeo and Juliet
Disparagement
Enmity
Heretics
Prodigious
Verb; Belittle; To describe (someone or something) as unimpor…
Noun; Animosity; A very deep unfriendly feeling
Noun; Dissenter; Someone who believes or teaches something th…
Adj; Amazing; Very impressive or very big
Disparagement
Verb; Belittle; To describe (someone or something) as unimpor…
Enmity
Noun; Animosity; A very deep unfriendly feeling
25 terms
English Romeo and Juliet
couplet
monologue
sonnet
soliloquy
two lines that rhyme
a speech delivered by one person
a lyric poem of 14 lines that is written in iambic pentameter…
a speech where a character speaks his/her thoughts aloud
couplet
two lines that rhyme
monologue
a speech delivered by one person
29 terms
English Romeo and Juliet Quotes
"I do but keep the peace: put up thy s…
"Well, in that hit you miss: she'll no…
"Let two more summers wither in their…
"Compare her face with some that I sha…
- Benvolio... o He is saying, that he only uses he sword to keep…
- Romeo... o Romeo is saying that although Benvolio is correct t…
- Capulet... o He is saying that Juliet needs to hold off for tw…
- Benvolio... o He is telling Romeo that he will show him some o…
"I do but keep the peace: put up thy s…
- Benvolio... o He is saying, that he only uses he sword to keep…
"Well, in that hit you miss: she'll no…
- Romeo... o Romeo is saying that although Benvolio is correct t…
55 terms
English- Romeo & Juliet Test
Rose
Window
Tybalt
Friar Lawrence
That which we call a _______ By any other name would smell as…
What light through yonder ________ breaks
Romeo kills him to avenge his friend's death
He agrees to marry Romeo & Juliet
Rose
That which we call a _______ By any other name would smell as…
Window
What light through yonder ________ breaks
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English Literature, Romeo + Juliet-Juliet
Act 1:3, The Nurse on her and Juliet
Act 1:3, obedient and reserved
Act 2:2, Rebellion but rationale
Act 2:2, Sensible, defying gender ster…
"I can tell her age unto an hour"
"But no more deep will I endart mine eye, as your will gives…
"And I'll no longer be a Capulet"... "What's in a name? That whi…
"If they do see thee, they will murder thee"... "O swear not by…
Act 1:3, The Nurse on her and Juliet
"I can tell her age unto an hour"
Act 1:3, obedient and reserved
"But no more deep will I endart mine eye, as your will gives…
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English- Romeo & Juliet Vocabulary
valiant
fray
adversary
augmenting
showing or possessing courage or determination
undoing/fight (context in play)
one's opponent in a contest or fight
making something greater by increasing it
valiant
showing or possessing courage or determination
fray
undoing/fight (context in play)
13 terms
English - Romeo and Juliet
Romeo
Juliet
Lady Capulet
Nurse
- Son of Montague ... - Friends with Benvolio and Mercutio ... - In…
- Daughter of lady Capulet... - Tybalt is her cousin ... - Meets Ro…
- Capulet ... - Mother of Juliet ... - Desiring Juliet to marry Par…
- Nurse in the Capulet household. ... - Discuses marriage with J…
Romeo
- Son of Montague ... - Friends with Benvolio and Mercutio ... - In…
Juliet
- Daughter of lady Capulet... - Tybalt is her cousin ... - Meets Ro…
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English "Romeo and Juliet"
thou
fair
nought
part
du
schön
nichts
sich trennen
thou
du
fair
schön
English Romeo and Juliet
Where does this story take place?
How does Shakespeare describe Romeo an…
What does that mean in terms of their…
What two families are feuding?
Verona, Italy
a pair of star-crossed lovers who take their lives
they will die(commit suicide), they are in control of their d…
Capulet and Montague
Where does this story take place?
Verona, Italy
How does Shakespeare describe Romeo an…
a pair of star-crossed lovers who take their lives
22 terms
English Romeo and Juliet Terms
Pun
soliloquy
Aside
Malaprop
a play on words that look or sound alike
a long speech that develops the inner thoughts and feelings o…
When a character steps aside to say a few lines telling their…
the mistaken use of a word in place of a similar-sounding one…
Pun
a play on words that look or sound alike
soliloquy
a long speech that develops the inner thoughts and feelings o…
14 terms
English Romeo and Juliet vocab
adversity
allly
eloquence
exile
distress; affliction; hardship(n)
a person who associates or cooperates with another; supporter…
ease in using powerful and effective language; the quality of…
to expel of banish a person from his or her home(v)
adversity
distress; affliction; hardship(n)
allly
a person who associates or cooperates with another; supporter…
10 terms
English Romeo and Juliet Test
Wherefore art thou Romeo
Romeo's Dramatic Foils (a)
Romeo's Dramatic Foils (b)
Juliet's Dramatic Foils
Why are you Romeo
Mercutio... Dreams/fate and beliefs
Paris... Marriage and love views
Rosaline... Reservation and chastity "easy"
Wherefore art thou Romeo
Why are you Romeo
Romeo's Dramatic Foils (a)
Mercutio... Dreams/fate and beliefs
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English Romeo & Juliet Vocab
valiant
fray
profaner
pernicious
(adj.) brave
(n.) a fight
(n.) someone who treats sacred things with contempt
(adj.) destructive; deadly
valiant
(adj.) brave
fray
(n.) a fight
19 terms
English Romeo and Juliet
Profane
Vestal
Enmity
Perjuries
Not holy, vulgar
Virgin
Hatred
Lying
Profane
Not holy, vulgar
Vestal
Virgin
10 terms
Advanced English Romeo and Juliet
Adversary
Augment
Boisterous
Disparagement
Opponent; challenger; rival; enemy
Supplement; add to; enhance
Energetic; lively; active
Belittling; mocking; ridicule
Adversary
Opponent; challenger; rival; enemy
Augment
Supplement; add to; enhance
15 terms
English I - Romeo and Juliet
beguile
suffice
pensive
bliss
to trick, deceive
to be enough
thinking deeply
great joy
beguile
to trick, deceive
suffice
to be enough
55 terms
English Romeo Juliet test
Capulet Family
Montague family
Royals
Neutral
Lord and Lady Capulet, Juliet, Peter, nurse, Tybalt, Gregory.
Lord and Lady Montague, Romeo, Benvolio, Balthazar, Abraham,…
Rocushion
Prince
Capulet Family
Lord and Lady Capulet, Juliet, Peter, nurse, Tybalt, Gregory.
Montague family
Lord and Lady Montague, Romeo, Benvolio, Balthazar, Abraham,…
29 terms
English/ Romeo and Juliet
Pernicious
Augmenting
Grievance
Heretics
having harmful effect, especially in a gradual or subtle way
make something greater by adding to it
a real or imagined wrong or other cause for compliant or prot…
a person believing in or practicing religious heresy
Pernicious
having harmful effect, especially in a gradual or subtle way
Augmenting
make something greater by adding to it
English Vocab: Romeo and Juliet
Pernicious
Fray
Augment
Transgression
ruinous, fatal, wicked
a battle
increase
violation
Pernicious
ruinous, fatal, wicked
Fray
a battle
Romeo and Juliet vocab - English
predominant
exile
fickle
vial
having stronger influence
banish
changeable
bottle containing medicine
predominant
having stronger influence
exile
banish
108 terms
English Romeo and Juliet
Theaters during Shakespeare's time
Globe Theater
Actors during Shakespeare's time
Groundlings
- courtyards of inns... - first public theater in 1576... - would h…
- Shakespeare was the primary investor ... - the theater burned…
- all men... - female roles were played by young boys
- cheap seats... - peasants... - threw rotten vegtables
Theaters during Shakespeare's time
- courtyards of inns... - first public theater in 1576... - would h…
Globe Theater
- Shakespeare was the primary investor ... - the theater burned…
26 terms
English Romeo and Juliet
couplet
monologue
sonnet
solioquy
2 lines that rhyme
a speech delivered by one person
a lyric poem of 14 lines/written in iambic pentameter (10 syl…
a speech where a character speaks his/her thoughts aloud
couplet
2 lines that rhyme
monologue
a speech delivered by one person
15 terms
English 9 Romeo & Juliet Vocabulary
languish
pernicious
augment
purge
v, to suffer hardship and distress; to become uninterested in…
adj, causing great injury, destruction, or ruin
v, to increase in size or amount
v, to rid of whatever is impure or undesirable
languish
v, to suffer hardship and distress; to become uninterested in…
pernicious
adj, causing great injury, destruction, or ruin
English Romeo and Juliet terms
a joke that comes from a play on words…
a writers use of hints or clues to ind…
a characters remark either to the audi…
a kind of paradox which brings togethe…
pun
foreshadowing
aside
oxymorons
a joke that comes from a play on words…
pun
a writers use of hints or clues to ind…
foreshadowing
14 terms
English Romeo and Juliet Vocab
Augment
Dispargament
Enmity
Fray
Make bigger
Insult
Hostility
A fight
Augment
Make bigger
Dispargament
Insult
10 terms
English Vocab (Romeo & Juliet)
Drama
Foil
Monologue
Soliloquy
Play written for stage, radio, film, or television, usually a…
Character whose actions or thoughts are juxtaposed (put toget…
Dramatic speech delivered by a single character in the play.
Long speech delivered by an actor alone on stage representing…
Drama
Play written for stage, radio, film, or television, usually a…
Foil
Character whose actions or thoughts are juxtaposed (put toget…
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