Study sets matching "english 1h juliet ap romeo"

Study sets
Classes
Users

Study sets matching "english 1h juliet ap romeo"

15 terms
English 1H Romeo and Juliet Vocab
Adversary
Apparel
Augment
Forfeit
(n) One's opponent in a contest, conflict, or dispute
(n) Clothing
(v) Make greater by adding to it; increase
(n) A fine or penalty for wrongdoing on a breach of the rules
Adversary
(n) One's opponent in a contest, conflict, or dispute
Apparel
(n) Clothing
35 terms
Sullivan- English 1H FINAL: Romeo and Juliet
Elizabethan Age
Renaissance
Humanism
Religion, Marriage, Class
Q.Eliz. ruled 1558-1603; Plays 1590-1605 -... James I also spon…
Humanism
Human at center of world
tensions of Elizabethan England
Elizabethan Age
Q.Eliz. ruled 1558-1603; Plays 1590-1605 -... James I also spon…
Renaissance
Humanism
English 1H Romeo and Juliet Act II Vocab.
conjure
envious
peril
perverse
to charge, entreat, charm, bewitch; to call upon or command a…
full of jealousy for another's possessions
exposure to injury, risk, danger
determined not to do what is expected, contrary
conjure
to charge, entreat, charm, bewitch; to call upon or command a…
envious
full of jealousy for another's possessions
English 1H Romeo and Juliet Vocab. ALL WORDS
thee
thou
thy
thine
You (Subject)
You(Object)
Yours
Yours
thee
You (Subject)
thou
You(Object)
English 1H Romeo and Juliet final test
Romeo's Character
Juliet's Character
Example of an aside
Example of a soliloquy
- Son of Montague and Lady Montague... - Cousin of Benvolio... - Ch…
- Daughter of Capulet and Lady Capulet... - Cousin of Tybalt... -Ch…
-Romeo: "Shall I hear more or shall I speak at this... -Aside is…
-Juliet: "Oh Romeo, oh Romeo, wherefore art thou Romeo?"... -Sol…
Romeo's Character
- Son of Montague and Lady Montague... - Cousin of Benvolio... - Ch…
Juliet's Character
- Daughter of Capulet and Lady Capulet... - Cousin of Tybalt... -Ch…
English1H Final -- Romeo and Juliet Literary Terms
prose
poetry
sonnet
blank verse
a form of language that has no formal metrical structure
literary work in which special intensity is given to the expr…
a 14 line lyric poem, usually written in iambic pentameter, t…
an unrhymed iambic pentameter
prose
a form of language that has no formal metrical structure
poetry
literary work in which special intensity is given to the expr…
32 terms
Romeo and Juliet Vocabulary- English L1H
Adversary
Augment
Chaste
Chastity
A foe
To enlarge- to increase
Virtuous, pure, modest
Sexual Purity
Adversary
A foe
Augment
To enlarge- to increase
English 1H: Romeo & Juliet Act IV & Act V Quotes (SMCHS)
"Send for the County. Go tell him of t…
"My heart is wondrous light. Since thi…
"What if this mixture do not work at a…
"For though fond nature bids us all la…
Capulet
Capulet
Juliet
Friar Lawrence
"Send for the County. Go tell him of t…
Capulet
"My heart is wondrous light. Since thi…
Capulet
English 1H: Romeo and Juliet Act I Quotes (SMCHS)
"Two households, both alike in dignity…
"From forth the fatal loins of these t…
"And the continuance of their parents'…
"Part fools, Put up your swords. You k…
Chorus
Chorus
Chorus
Benvolio
"Two households, both alike in dignity…
Chorus
"From forth the fatal loins of these t…
Chorus
Romeo and Juliet Pre-Ap English
Inciting Moment
Exposition
Rising Action
Complication
The Montagues and Capulets do not like eachother
Romeo and Juliet are introduced
Romeo goes to party and meets Juliet. They fall in love and g…
Tybalt kills Mercutio
Inciting Moment
The Montagues and Capulets do not like eachother
Exposition
Romeo and Juliet are introduced
55 terms
Pre AP English Romeo and Juliet- Act 3 Quotes
The day is hot, the Capels are abroad,…
Who said, "Mercutio, thou consortest w…
Who said, "I pray thee, good Mercutio,…
Tybalt, the reason that I have to love…
Benvolio
Tybalt
Benvolio
Romeo
The day is hot, the Capels are abroad,…
Benvolio
Who said, "Mercutio, thou consortest w…
Tybalt
Pre-AP English 1 Romeo and Juliet
In the Prologue, the phrase "a pair of…
All of the following are causes of the…
Both Romeo and Paris face obstacles in…
Romeo agrees to go the Capulet party b…
a long realationship
misunderstanding
consider other women
be near Rosaline
In the Prologue, the phrase "a pair of…
a long realationship
All of the following are causes of the…
misunderstanding
35 terms
ROMEO AND JULIET: PRE-AP ENGLISH 1
Verona, Italy.
Sonnet - 14 lines, Rhyme scheme of ABA…
Tybalt
Benvolio
The setting is in:
Note the rhyme scheme and poetic structure of the Prologue. W…
A Capulet (Juliet's cousin), aggressive, hot-headed, wants to…
A Montague, wants to help Romeo, calm, level-headed, doesn't…
Verona, Italy.
The setting is in:
Sonnet - 14 lines, Rhyme scheme of ABA…
Note the rhyme scheme and poetic structure of the Prologue. W…
Pre-AP English Romeo and Juliet Writing Section
Examples of Oxymorons
Examples of foreshadowing
Examples of couplets
Examples of Verbal Irony
1. Why then, O brawling love, O loving hate,... O anything, from…
1. "A pair of star-cross'd lovers take their life," ... -This qu…
1. Young son it argues a distempered head,... So soon to bid go…
1. "Indeed I never shall be satisfied with Romeo till I behol…
Examples of Oxymorons
1. Why then, O brawling love, O loving hate,... O anything, from…
Examples of foreshadowing
1. "A pair of star-cross'd lovers take their life," ... -This qu…
64 terms
Pre ap English - Romeo and Juliet - Act 1
What type of poem is the prologue?
What characteristics do we see of Rome…
In the beginning scene, what type of l…
What is a collier?
Sonnet
We see that he is a very emotional, depressed, and a dramatic…
They use a series of puns using the words coal, collar, colli…
A coal miner.
What type of poem is the prologue?
Sonnet
What characteristics do we see of Rome…
We see that he is a very emotional, depressed, and a dramatic…
Pre-AP English Romeo/Juliet Vocab
procure
grievance
gallant
dismal
get
complaint
heroic
gloomy
procure
get
grievance
complaint
12 terms
Pre-AP English 9 Romeo and Juliet Review
1st Act
2nd Act
3rd Act
4th Act
Exposition
Rising Action
Climax
Falling Action
1st Act
Exposition
2nd Act
Rising Action
25 terms
Pre-AP English I: Romeo and Juliet Terms
allusion
alliteration
anachronism
aside
a reference to a person, place, or event with which the reade…
repetition of the initial consonant sound
an event or detail in a literary work that is placed outside…
a remark spoken in a play by one character to another that ot…
allusion
a reference to a person, place, or event with which the reade…
alliteration
repetition of the initial consonant sound
7 terms
Pre- Ap English Romeo and Juliet terms
Allusion
Apostrophe
Paradox
Oxymoron
A figure of speech that makes a reference to a place, person…
The direct address of a person or a personified thing. It oft…
A statement that seems contradictory but is actually true
A paradox reduced two words, usually in an ajdective-noun or…
Allusion
A figure of speech that makes a reference to a place, person…
Apostrophe
The direct address of a person or a personified thing. It oft…
66 terms
English I Pre AP - Romeo and Juliet
oxymoron
personification
pun
foreshadowing
A figure of speech in which apparently contradictory terms ap…
A figure of speech in which an object or animal is given huma…
A play on words
A warning or indication of a future event
oxymoron
A figure of speech in which apparently contradictory terms ap…
personification
A figure of speech in which an object or animal is given huma…
18 terms
Romeo and Juliet Pre AP English Vocab
enemy
noisy wild and energetic
marriage wedding
clever smart in deception sly
adversary
boisterous
nuptial
cunning
enemy
adversary
noisy wild and energetic
boisterous
49 terms
eng1h romeo and juliet act 3 quotes
nay, an there were two such, we should…
a plague o' both houses! i am sped
this day's black fate on more days dot…
either thou or i, or both, must go wit…
mercutio
mercutio
romeo
romeo
nay, an there were two such, we should…
mercutio
a plague o' both houses! i am sped
mercutio
Pre-AP English Romeo and Juliet Terms
Alliteration (Sound)
Allusion (imagery)
Apostrophe (imagery)
Hyperbole (Imagery)
The repetition of consonant sounds at the beginning of two or…
A reference to a famous historical or literary figure or even…
The direct address of a person or a personified thing. If oft…
The use of exaggeration... ex: - I ate a whole cow at dinner!... -I…
Alliteration (Sound)
The repetition of consonant sounds at the beginning of two or…
Allusion (imagery)
A reference to a famous historical or literary figure or even…
29 terms
KHS - Pre AP English - Romeo & Juliet Review
Rash
Charismatic
Optimism
Fickle
doing something quickly and without thinking carefully about…
having great charm or appeal: filled with charisma
a feeling or belief that good things will happen in the futur…
changing opinions often
Rash
doing something quickly and without thinking carefully about…
Charismatic
having great charm or appeal: filled with charisma
20 terms
PreAp English Vocabulary Romeo and Juliet
Shrift
Soft!
God-den
Anon!
(n) confession; the forgiveness given by a priest for sins co…
(interj.) Wait! Stop! Quiet!
(intern.) an archaic word meaning "good evening"
(interj.) At once! Soon! Coming!
Shrift
(n) confession; the forgiveness given by a priest for sins co…
Soft!
(interj.) Wait! Stop! Quiet!
70 terms
Romeo And Juliet Pre AP English 9
city it took place
whu star crossed lovers
who is fighting at the beginning of th…
who tries to break up the beginning fi…
verona
Stars crossed in constellations and they are fated to die and…
Samson and Gregory
Benvolio
city it took place
verona
whu star crossed lovers
Stars crossed in constellations and they are fated to die and…
Pre AP English Final: Romeo and Juliet Vocabulary
Adversary
Antic
Assail
disparagement
opponent
fantastic, weird
wooing, loving
to dishonor
Adversary
opponent
Antic
fantastic, weird
15 terms
PreAP English I Vocabulary 14 Romeo and Juliet Prologue
households
dignity
mutiny
loins
a house and its occupants regarded as a unit.
being worthy of respect
an open rebellion against the proper authorities, especially…
the region of the reproductive organs, especially when regard…
households
a house and its occupants regarded as a unit.
dignity
being worthy of respect
Pre-AP English 9 - Drama Unit (Romeo and Juliet) Lit Terms
aside
dialogue
dramatic irony
foil
a remark or passage by a character in a play that is intended…
conversation between two or more characters in a play... Exampl…
irony in which facts or events are unknown to a character in…
a character whose qualities contrast another character and th…
aside
a remark or passage by a character in a play that is intended…
dialogue
conversation between two or more characters in a play... Exampl…
56 terms
Act 2 Romeo and Juliet- Pre-Ap English
What does conjure mean?
Who says "I conjure thee by Rosaline's…
What type of figurative language is us…
Who is this quote said to "I conjure t…
call forth
Mercutio
humorous relief
Romeo
What does conjure mean?
call forth
Who says "I conjure thee by Rosaline's…
Mercutio
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
56 terms
Act 2 Romeo and Juliet- Pre-Ap English
What does conjure mean?
Who says "I conjure thee by Rosaline's…
What type of figurative language is us…
Who is this quote said to "I conjure t…
call forth
Mercutio
humorous relief
Romeo
What does conjure mean?
call forth
Who says "I conjure thee by Rosaline's…
Mercutio
26 terms
Act 3 Romeo and Juliet- Pre-AP English
Who says "I pray thee, good Mercutio,…
What type of figurative language is fo…
Who says "I do protest I never injured…
Who is this quote said to "I do protes…
Benvolio
foreshadowing
Romeo
Tybalt
Who says "I pray thee, good Mercutio,…
Benvolio
What type of figurative language is fo…
foreshadowing
26 terms
Act 3 Romeo and Juliet- Pre-AP English
Who says "I pray thee, good Mercutio,…
What type of figurative language is fo…
Who says "I do protest I never injured…
Who is this quote said to "I do protes…
Benvolio
foreshadowing
Romeo
Tybalt
Who says "I pray thee, good Mercutio,…
Benvolio
What type of figurative language is fo…
foreshadowing
26 terms
Act 3 Romeo and Juliet- Pre-AP English
Who says "I pray thee, good Mercutio,…
What type of figurative language is fo…
Who says "I do protest I never injured…
Who is this quote said to "I do protes…
Benvolio
foreshadowing
Romeo
Tybalt
Who says "I pray thee, good Mercutio,…
Benvolio
What type of figurative language is fo…
foreshadowing
11 terms
Pre-AP English - Romeo & Juliet Vocabulary Set 3
Dispositions
Purged
Discourses
Idolatry
States of mind regarding something; inclinations.
Cleansed or purified.
Talks.
Worship of a picture or object as a god.
Dispositions
States of mind regarding something; inclinations.
Purged
Cleansed or purified.
Pre AP English Romeo and Juliet- Act 3 Quotes
The day is hot, the Capels are abroad,…
Who said, "Mercutio, thou consortest w…
Who said, "I pray thee, good Mercutio,…
Tybalt, the reason that I have to love…
Benvolio
Tybalt
Benvolio
Romeo
The day is hot, the Capels are abroad,…
Benvolio
Who said, "Mercutio, thou consortest w…
Tybalt
English 1 Pre AP: Romeo & Juliet Vocabulary for Act 1
prologue
premonition
fray
portentous
a speech addressed to an audience to introduce a play
an ominous prediction or vision of something bad to come
a fight or brawl
a warning sign of an event
prologue
a speech addressed to an audience to introduce a play
premonition
an ominous prediction or vision of something bad to come
56 terms
Pre AP English Romeo and Juliet- Act 3 Quotes
The day is hot, the Capels are abroad,…
By my heel, I care not
Mercutio, thou consortest with Romeo
No better term than this: thou art a v…
Benvolio
Mercutio
Tybalt
Tybalt
The day is hot, the Capels are abroad,…
Benvolio
By my heel, I care not
Mercutio
Pre AP English Romeo and Juliet- Act 3 Quotes
The day is hot, the Capels are abroad,…
By my heel, I care not
Mercutio, thou consortest with Romeo
No better term than this: thou art a v…
Benvolio
Mercutio
Tybalt
Tybalt
The day is hot, the Capels are abroad,…
Benvolio
By my heel, I care not
Mercutio
9 terms
Pre-AP English 9 - Romeo & Juliet Vocabulary Set 2
Tyrannous
Propagate
Vexed
Nourished
Unjustly severe.
To increase in number or amount.
Tormented, troubled.
Strengthened, built up.
Tyrannous
Unjustly severe.
Propagate
To increase in number or amount.
7 terms
Pre-AP English 9 - Romeo & Juliet Vocabulary Set 4
Slander
Valor
Effeminate
Amorous
False spoken statement that is made to cause people to have a…
Bravery.
Having feminine qualities.
Of or pertaining to love.
Slander
False spoken statement that is made to cause people to have a…
Valor
Bravery.
10 terms
Pre-AP English 9 - Romeo & Juliet Vocabulary Set 1
Lamentable
Prologue
Household
Dignity
Regrettable; unfortunate.
An introductory speech, often in verse, calling attention to…
A family, including its servants.
Elevated rank, office, station.
Lamentable
Regrettable; unfortunate.
Prologue
An introductory speech, often in verse, calling attention to…
20 terms
PreAP English Romeo and Juliet Act 3 Study Guide
Why does Mercutio decide to fight Tyba…
Why does Romeo finally kill Tybalt?
What penalty does Prince Escalus decre…
Who tells Juliet of Tybalt's death?
He is ashamed that Romeo will not defend his own honor and so…
He avenges the death of Mercutio
He will be banished from Verona. If he returns, he will pay w…
The Nurse.
Why does Mercutio decide to fight Tyba…
He is ashamed that Romeo will not defend his own honor and so…
Why does Romeo finally kill Tybalt?
He avenges the death of Mercutio
6 terms
PreAP English Romeo and Juliet Act 3 Scene 4
What exact lines shows Capulet believe…
When will Juliet make up her mind abou…
What day did the play start?
How much time has passed since the pla…
"things have fallen out"
in the morning
Saturday
2 days
What exact lines shows Capulet believe…
"things have fallen out"
When will Juliet make up her mind abou…
in the morning
Romeo and Juliet Pre-AP
profane
lurk
perverse
stife
to degrade or disrupt
to conceal oneself, sneaky
deliberately unreasonable
to smother from lack of air
profane
to degrade or disrupt
lurk
to conceal oneself, sneaky
56 terms
Pre AP English Romeo and Juliet- Act 3 Quotes
The day is hot, the Capels are abroad,…
By my heel, I care not
Mercutio, thou consortest with Romeo
No better term than this: thou art a v…
Benvolio
Mercutio
Tybalt
Tybalt
The day is hot, the Capels are abroad,…
Benvolio
By my heel, I care not
Mercutio
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...
56 terms
Pre AP English Romeo and Juliet- Act 3 Quotes
The day is hot, the Capels are abroad,…
By my heel, I care not
Mercutio, thou consortest with Romeo
No better term than this: thou art a v…
Benvolio
Mercutio
Tybalt
Tybalt
The day is hot, the Capels are abroad,…
Benvolio
By my heel, I care not
Mercutio
30 terms
Romeo and Juliet Act 1 Test- Pre-Ap English 9
What does mutiny mean?
What does star-cross'd mean?
Who says "Two households, both alike i…
Who tries to stop the fight?
violence
ill-fated
Chorus
Benvolio
What does mutiny mean?
violence
What does star-cross'd mean?
ill-fated
1 of 10