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57 terms
Shakespeare Romeo and Juliet Act I
inheritance
to mock
juxtaposed
devastated
Erbe
sich lustig machen über
entgegengesetzt, gegenübergestellt
verzweifelt
inheritance
Erbe
to mock
sich lustig machen über
8 terms
Romeo and Juliet Act 5
apothecary
canopy
to gorge
morsel
person who prepares and sells drugs or medicine
roof-like covering, like a tent
to eat greedily
a small amount; a crumb
apothecary
person who prepares and sells drugs or medicine
canopy
roof-like covering, like a tent
24 terms
English act 5 Romeo and Juliet
Presage
Love's shadow
Caples monument
Took post
Prophesy
Memories and dreams
Capulet burial vault
Rode a horse quickly
Presage
Prophesy
Love's shadow
Memories and dreams
36 terms
English I Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet Act 1
Nurse
Lady Capulet
Lord Capulet
Tybalt
Juliet's mother figure
Juliet's mother
Juliet's father
Juliet's cousin
Nurse
Juliet's mother figure
Lady Capulet
Juliet's mother
10 terms
English: Romeo and Juliet Act 5
apothecary
presage
inauspicious
sepulcher
druggist
to predict
not promising
tomb
apothecary
druggist
presage
to predict
21 terms
English: Romeo and Juliet act 5
Why was Romeo in a good mood at the be…
At the beginning of act 5, what was Ro…
Who went to mantua to tell Romeo that…
What does Romeo learn from Balthasar?
He was thinking about Juliet
Juliet dying then waking up
Balthasar
That Juliet was dead
Why was Romeo in a good mood at the be…
He was thinking about Juliet
At the beginning of act 5, what was Ro…
Juliet dying then waking up
71 terms
Shakespeare Romeo and Juliet Act 1
Antithesis
Oxymoron
Paradox
Pun
Contrasting ideas are presented in balanced phrases or clauses
A type of antithesis in which contradictory terms are placed…
A statement that is seemingly contradictory or opposed to com…
A play on words that usually results in a groan
Antithesis
Contrasting ideas are presented in balanced phrases or clauses
Oxymoron
A type of antithesis in which contradictory terms are placed…
25 terms
Shakespeare- Romeo and Juliet (Act 1)
Portentous
Pun
Propogate
Grievance
ominous and scary, warning
a play on words, a word joke
spread, increase, reproduce
cause for complaint
Portentous
ominous and scary, warning
Pun
a play on words, a word joke
10 terms
Romeo and Juliet Act 5
cordial
dispatch
engrossed
inauspicious
(adj) courteous and gracious
(v) to send away with promptness or speed
(v) to be completely occupied by something
(adj) unfavorable, unfortunate, ill-omen
cordial
(adj) courteous and gracious
dispatch
(v) to send away with promptness or speed
20 terms
Romeo and Juliet Act 5
presage
misadventure
straight
penury
to portend, foretell, or foreshadow
an instance of bad fortune; mishap
directly; without detour or delay; immediately
extreme poverty; destitution
presage
to portend, foretell, or foreshadow
misadventure
an instance of bad fortune; mishap
20 terms
Romeo and Juliet Act 5
presage
misadventure
straight
penury
to portend, foretell, or foreshadow
an instance of bad fortune; mishap
directly; without detour or delay; immediately
extreme poverty; destitution
presage
to portend, foretell, or foreshadow
misadventure
an instance of bad fortune; mishap
11 terms
Shakespeare Vocabulary Terms Romeo and Juliet, Act 3 Scene 2-5
Amorous
Garish
Ravening
Chide
Driven by love
Excessively vivid, or tastelessly showy
To devour greedily
To scold
Amorous
Driven by love
Garish
Excessively vivid, or tastelessly showy
18 terms
Act5 romeo&juliet (English)
Abhorred
Apprehend
Canopy
Contempt
Hated,despised
Arrest,take into custody
Covering,protection
Scorn,disdain
Abhorred
Hated,despised
Apprehend
Arrest,take into custody
10 terms
English: Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet act 4 vocabulary words
Entreat
Immoderartely
Pensive
Prorogue
V. To ask for sincerely; beg; implore
Adj. excessively; beyond reasonable boundaries; boundless
Adv. expressing thoughtfulness or sadness; reflective; medita…
V. To prolong or postpone; to discontinue
Entreat
V. To ask for sincerely; beg; implore
Immoderartely
Adj. excessively; beyond reasonable boundaries; boundless
17 terms
Romeo and Juliet Act 5
Why is Romeo feeling cheerful at the b…
What news does Balthasar bring Romeo?
After hearing the news, where does Rom…
What does the speed with which Romeo m…
He had a good dream and thinks it's a sign
That Juliet is dead.
To the Apothecary
He's very rash
Why is Romeo feeling cheerful at the b…
He had a good dream and thinks it's a sign
What news does Balthasar bring Romeo?
That Juliet is dead.
39 terms
Shakespear Romeo and Juliet acts 3, 4, and 5
Effeminate
Martial
Dexterity
Exile
Having qualities associated more with women then men, unmanly
Inclined or disposed to war, warlike
Skill in the use of the hands or body, mental skill
To send someone into exile, banish
Effeminate
Having qualities associated more with women then men, unmanly
Martial
Inclined or disposed to war, warlike
10 terms
Romeo and Juliet Act 5 - English I HON
amorous
conspire
devise
inter
adj.... strongly moved by love... Romeo was very _______ when it c…
v.... to plan secretly an unlawful act... The man was thrown in ja…
v.... to form in the mind by new combinations or applications of…
v.... bury into the earth... At the funeral, many people cried as…
amorous
adj.... strongly moved by love... Romeo was very _______ when it c…
conspire
v.... to plan secretly an unlawful act... The man was thrown in ja…
13 terms
Romeo & Juliet Act 5
Abhorred
Apprehend
Canopy
Contempt
hated; despised
arrest; take into custody
covering; protection
scorn; disdain
Abhorred
hated; despised
Apprehend
arrest; take into custody
19 terms
Shakespeare Romeo and Juliet Act I
he had been sleeping in bed for a long…
he is in love with a woman that does n…
he tells him to think about other women
because they are both old men
Why are the Montagues concerned about Romeo?
Why is Romeo upset?
What is Benvolio's plan to help Romeo get over the woman he l…
Why does Capulet think it will be easy for Montague and him t…
he had been sleeping in bed for a long…
Why are the Montagues concerned about Romeo?
he is in love with a woman that does n…
Why is Romeo upset?
10 terms
Romeo and Juliet act one shakespeare
adversary
boisterous
nuptial
prologue
a person, group, or force that opposesmy
rough and noisy jolly rowdy
relating to marriage
speech address to an audience introduces the play
adversary
a person, group, or force that opposesmy
boisterous
rough and noisy jolly rowdy
10 terms
Shakespeare and Romeo & Juliet act 1
fray
augment
portentous
pernicious
fight or brawl
enlarged
a sign of foreshadowing
vary destructive
fray
fight or brawl
augment
enlarged
20 terms
Shakespeare Romeo and Juliet Act 2
chide
confound
conjure
discourse
criticize
confuse
call up
talks
chide
criticize
confound
confuse
10 terms
ROMEO AND JULIET ACT 5
Accompany
Infected
Contagious
Sealed
To go along with
poisoned, tainted, corrupted
Able to be passed easily from one person to another.
(adj) closed tightly so that air, liquid, etc. cannot get in…
Accompany
To go along with
Infected
poisoned, tainted, corrupted
20 terms
Shakespeare Romeo and Juliet Act 1
Adversary
Augmenting
Boisterous
Deformity
enemy; opponent
to add to; enlarging
stormy; rowdy; violent
irregularities
Adversary
enemy; opponent
Augmenting
to add to; enlarging
19 terms
Romeo and Juliet: Act one/ Shakespeare
Augmenting
Bliss
Despair
Endure
Making something greater by adding to it
Perfect happiness or joy
The complete loss of hope
Suffer something painful or difficult patiently
Augmenting
Making something greater by adding to it
Bliss
Perfect happiness or joy
12 terms
Act 4 shakespeare (Romeo and Juliet )
Pensive
Vial
Wayward
Dismal
Dreamy, thoughtful in a sad way, (maditative)
Small glass bottle
Independent,disobedient, following ones own capricious, wanto…
Despressing
Pensive
Dreamy, thoughtful in a sad way, (maditative)
Vial
Small glass bottle
17 terms
Shakespeare: Romeo and Juliet Act 2
Malapropism
Examples of malapropisms in Romeo and…
Allusions
Aside
The substitution of an inappropriate word that sounds similar…
I desire some confidence with you when really the nurse means…
Allude (refer) to persons or things in the a bible,mythology,…
A short remark usually intended for the audience (or one othe…
Malapropism
The substitution of an inappropriate word that sounds similar…
Examples of malapropisms in Romeo and…
I desire some confidence with you when really the nurse means…
14 terms
Act 1 of Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet
solemnity (noun)
profane (adj.)
rapier (noun
trifling (adj)
serious or solemn observance or ceremnial proceeding
unholy, defiled, impure
a sword
small, unimportant
solemnity (noun)
serious or solemn observance or ceremnial proceeding
profane (adj.)
unholy, defiled, impure
25 terms
Romeo and Juliet--Act 1/William Shakespeare Review
Shakespeare was born in ___________, E…
In 1582, Shakespeare married ______ .
Shakespeare moved to which big city in…
Shakespeare performed his plays for Qu…
Stratford-upon-Avon
Anne Hathaway
London
Elizabeth
Shakespeare was born in ___________, E…
Stratford-upon-Avon
In 1582, Shakespeare married ______ .
Anne Hathaway
10 terms
Romeo and Juliet Act 5
apothercary
disperse
canopy
gorge
a person who prepares and sells medicine and drugs
to scatter in various directions
a roof like covering used for protection and decoration
to eat greedily
apothercary
a person who prepares and sells medicine and drugs
disperse
to scatter in various directions
17 terms
Romeo and Juliet Act 5
What news does Balthasar bring Romeo?
After hearing the news, where does Rom…
Why is Romeo feeling cheerful at the b…
What does the speed with which Romeo m…
He brings the news of Juliet's death. A note from the Friar a…
To the Capulet tomb for mourning.
He had a dream that he was dead but Juliet kissed him and bro…
He is a bold and decisive person.
What news does Balthasar bring Romeo?
He brings the news of Juliet's death. A note from the Friar a…
After hearing the news, where does Rom…
To the Capulet tomb for mourning.
15 terms
Romeo and Juliet Act 5
Peruse
Unsavory
Meager
Solace
To examine or consider thoroughly
Unpleasant to taste or smell
Thin; deficient in quality or quantity
A source of relief or consolation
Peruse
To examine or consider thoroughly
Unsavory
Unpleasant to taste or smell
12 terms
Romeo and Juliet Act 5
unfortunate
acquired
lurking
chambers
unlucky
to get, obtain
hiding or moving about secretly
an office or group of offices
unfortunate
unlucky
acquired
to get, obtain
20 terms
Romeo and Juliet Act 5
aloof
apothecary
bestrew
disperse
at a distance, especially in feeling or interest; apart
one that prepares and sells drugs and other medicines; a phar…
to curse; invoke evil upon
to spread widely; disseminate
aloof
at a distance, especially in feeling or interest; apart
apothecary
one that prepares and sells drugs and other medicines; a phar…
17 terms
Romeo and Juliet Act 5
What news does Balthasar bring Romeo?
After hearing the news, where does Rom…
Why is Romeo feeling cheerful at the b…
What does the speed with which Romeo m…
He brings the news of Juliet's death. A note from the Friar a…
To the Capulet tomb for mourning.
He had a dream that he was dead but Juliet kissed him and bro…
He is a bold and decisive person.
What news does Balthasar bring Romeo?
He brings the news of Juliet's death. A note from the Friar a…
After hearing the news, where does Rom…
To the Capulet tomb for mourning.
23 terms
English - Romeo+Juliet Act 1 - Facts about Shakespeare
Where does Romeo and Juliet take place ?
What family does Juliet come from? Rom…
In the first scene who is fighting ?
Who trys to break up the fight?
Verona, Italy
Juliet is a Capulet... Romeo is a Montague
Samson and Gregory
Benvolio
Where does Romeo and Juliet take place ?
Verona, Italy
What family does Juliet come from? Rom…
Juliet is a Capulet... Romeo is a Montague
10 terms
Romeo and Juliet Act 5
presage
beseech
penury
loathsome
to predict
beg
poverty
repulsive
presage
to predict
beseech
beg
14 terms
English: Romeo and Juliet act 5 dialogue
Romeo
Romeo
Romeo
Romeo
O mischief, thou are swift ... To enter in the thoughts of despe…
There is thy gold-worse poison to men's soul, ... Doing more mur…
But if thou, jealous, dost return to pry ... In what I farther s…
Thou detestable maw, thou womb of death, ... Gorged with the de…
Romeo
O mischief, thou are swift ... To enter in the thoughts of despe…
Romeo
There is thy gold-worse poison to men's soul, ... Doing more mur…
12 terms
Romeo and Juliet Act 5
aloof
ambiguities
apprehend
flattering
at a distance
situations or matters that are unclear or confusing
hold and keep close
complimentary, with great praise
aloof
at a distance
ambiguities
situations or matters that are unclear or confusing
Romeo & Juliet Act 5 Vocabulary
apothecary n.
disperse v.
amorous adj.
abhor v.
a pharmacist
to break up and scatter in all directions
strongly attracted to love
to regard with horror or loathing
apothecary n.
a pharmacist
disperse v.
to break up and scatter in all directions
15 terms
Act 5 Quotes Romeo & Juliet
Scene 1Lines 6-7... Romeo
Scene1, Line 24... Romeo
Scene , Lines 27-29... Balthasar
Scene1, line 75... Apothecary
"I dreamt my lady came and found me dead... (Strange dream that…
"Is it e'en so? Then I defy you, stars!"
"I do so beseech you, sir, have patience.... Your looks are pale…
"My poverty but not my will consents."
Scene 1Lines 6-7... Romeo
"I dreamt my lady came and found me dead... (Strange dream that…
Scene1, Line 24... Romeo
"Is it e'en so? Then I defy you, stars!"
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English Final Romeo & Juliet Quotes Act 5
Pg. 676... Lines 6-7... Romeo
Pg. 676... Line 24... Romeo
Pg. 676... Lines 27-29... Balthasar
Pg. 678... Line 75... Apothecary
"I dreamt my lady came and found me dead... (Strange dream that…
"Is it e'en so? Then I defy you, stars!"
"I do beseech you, sir, have patience.... Your looks are plae an…
"My poverty but not my will consents."
Pg. 676... Lines 6-7... Romeo
"I dreamt my lady came and found me dead... (Strange dream that…
Pg. 676... Line 24... Romeo
"Is it e'en so? Then I defy you, stars!"
17 terms
Romeo and Juliet Act 1 1-5 + Shakespeare Notes
Swordfight
Abram/Abraham
Benvolio
Balthasar
-Scene 1... -Started by Samson... -Escalus stopped it
-Lord Montague's servant
-Lady Montague's nephew... -Romeo's cousin
-Romeo's servant
Swordfight
-Scene 1... -Started by Samson... -Escalus stopped it
Abram/Abraham
-Lord Montague's servant
16 terms
Media English- Romeo & Juliet vocab~ Act 5
Abhor
Ambiguity
Apothecary
Sepulcher
Hate, detest, loathe
Doubtfulness or uncertainty
Druggist
A burial vault
Abhor
Hate, detest, loathe
Ambiguity
Doubtfulness or uncertainty
24 terms
Romeo & Juliet Act 5
Where does Scene 1 take place?
What was Romeo's dream?
Who brings Romeo the news that Juliet…
Why does Romeo go to the Apothecary?
Scene 1 takes place in Mantua where Romeo has been banished.
Romeo dreams that Juliet finds him dead and brings him back t…
Balthasar, Romeo's servant, brings him the news that Juliet i…
Romeo goes to the Apothecary to buy poison.
Where does Scene 1 take place?
Scene 1 takes place in Mantua where Romeo has been banished.
What was Romeo's dream?
Romeo dreams that Juliet finds him dead and brings him back t…
5 terms
Romeo and Juliet Act 5
Because of the deaths, what is it that…
Who tells Romeo about Juliet?
What prevents Romeo from finding out t…
What preparations does Romeo make in M…
Erect a statue in their honor
Balthazar
The fear of the plague prevents him from getting the message…
Buying an illegal poison
Because of the deaths, what is it that…
Erect a statue in their honor
Who tells Romeo about Juliet?
Balthazar
24 terms
Romeo & Juliet Act 5
Where does Scene 1 take place?
What was Romeo's dream?
Who brings Romeo the news that Juliet…
Why does Romeo go to the Apothecary?
Scene 1 takes place in Mantua where Romeo has been banished.
Romeo dreams that Juliet finds him dead and brings him back t…
Balthasar, Romeo's servant, brings him the news that Juliet i…
Romeo goes to the Apothecary to buy poison.
Where does Scene 1 take place?
Scene 1 takes place in Mantua where Romeo has been banished.
What was Romeo's dream?
Romeo dreams that Juliet finds him dead and brings him back t…
17 terms
Romeo and Juliet Act 5
What news does Balthasar bring Romeo?
After hearing the news, where does Rom…
Why is Romeo feeling cheerful at the b…
What does the speed with which Romeo m…
He brings the news of Juliet's death. A note from the Friar a…
To the Capulet tomb for mourning.
He had a dream that he was dead but Juliet kissed him and bro…
He is a bold and decisive person.
What news does Balthasar bring Romeo?
He brings the news of Juliet's death. A note from the Friar a…
After hearing the news, where does Rom…
To the Capulet tomb for mourning.
10 terms
English: Romeo and Juliet vocab (act 5)
presage
kindred
apothecary
penury
to foretell the future; to predict
a group of related people
a druggist; a pharmacist
extreme poverty
presage
to foretell the future; to predict
kindred
a group of related people
10 terms
English- Romeo & Juliet Act 4/5 vocab
inundation
prorogue
arbitrating
orisons
to cover with water
to discontinue a session
to submit to settlement or judgment by arbitration
a prayer
inundation
to cover with water
prorogue
to discontinue a session
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