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Honors English 2nd Semester Test Review Novels Romeo and Juliet
Romeo
Romeo
Juliet
Juliet
Description: he is the main character that will do anything t…
Example: tempt not a (desperate man)... another one would be fo…
Description: she is the main character that will do anything…
Example: The earth hath swallowed all my hope but (she): She…
Romeo
Description: he is the main character that will do anything t…
Romeo
Example: tempt not a (desperate man)... another one would be fo…
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Romeo and Juliet Literacy Terms 9th Grade English Foundations Honors
Allusion
Catharsis
Causality
Couplet (Heroic Couplet)
a reference in one work of literature to a person, place, or…
a term to describe the intended impact of tragedy on the audi…
the relationship between cause and effect; the principle that…
two consecutive lines of poetry that rhyme; often punctuate a…
Allusion
a reference in one work of literature to a person, place, or…
Catharsis
a term to describe the intended impact of tragedy on the audi…
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Romeo and Juliet Act 2 vocab Ms.Biesuz Honors English 9
Invocation
Befit
Discourse
Glorious
A calling upon in prayer
Be suitable for
Talk;conversation
Splendid
Invocation
A calling upon in prayer
Befit
Be suitable for
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Romeo and Juliet Act 3 Vocab Ms.Biesuz Honors English 9
Retire
Discord
Valor
Dexterity
Go away
Disagreement
Bravery
Skill using hands or body
Retire
Go away
Discord
Disagreement
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Romeo and Juliet Act 2 Scene 5 Magnificat Honors English 9
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the clock struck 9 when i did send the nurse;
in half an hour she promised to return.
Perchance she cannot meet him. Thats not so. O, she is lame!
Love's heralds should be thoughts, Driving back shadows over…
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the clock struck 9 when i did send the nurse;
2
in half an hour she promised to return.
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Mrs. Owen English 9 Honors Final Study Guide: Romeo and Juliet
what does juliet mean when she yells "…
the quotation: "feather of lead, brigh…
the quotation: "i'll look to like, if…
what time of day were performances in…
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what does juliet mean when she yells "…
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the quotation: "feather of lead, brigh…
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Mrs. Owen English 9 Honors Final Study Guide: Romeo and Juliet
what does juliet mean when she yells "…
the quotation: "feather of lead, brigh…
the quotation: "i'll look to like, if…
what time of day were performances in…
Why do you have to be "Romeo" (as in a Montague?)
oxymoron
Alliteration
daylight hours
what does juliet mean when she yells "…
Why do you have to be "Romeo" (as in a Montague?)
the quotation: "feather of lead, brigh…
oxymoron
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Romeo and Juliet for Final English Mrs. Nicholson Non-Honors
Peter
Peter
Escalus
Benvolio
nephew to lady capulet
servant to Juliet's nurse
Prince of Verona
peacemaker
Peter
nephew to lady capulet
Peter
servant to Juliet's nurse
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English I Honors: William Shakespeare and Romeo and Juliet Introductory Notes
From what years did Shakespeare live?
In what city was William Shakespeare b…
Shakespeare's birthday is often consid…
Shakespeare's father belonged to the _…
1564-1616
Stratford-upon-Avon
April 23; died
middle
From what years did Shakespeare live?
1564-1616
In what city was William Shakespeare b…
Stratford-upon-Avon
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LB 9; English I Honors; Final Exam; Romeo and Juliet
Montague
Lady Montague
Romeo
Benvolio
Romeo's father; stubborn and unforgiving
Romeo's mother; very busy and strict
a Montague; falls in love with Juliet and marries her; kills…
a Montague; friend of Romeo's who acts a peacekeeper
Montague
Romeo's father; stubborn and unforgiving
Lady Montague
Romeo's mother; very busy and strict
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Romeo and Juliet Test Review-Honors
"Verona's summer hath not such a flowe…
"A gentleman of the very first house"…
"Verona brags on him /To be a virtuous…
"In truth . . . I am too fond/And ther…
Paris
Mercutio
...
...
"Verona's summer hath not such a flowe…
Paris
"A gentleman of the very first house"…
Mercutio
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Mrs. Owen English 9 Honors Final Study Guide: Romeo and Juliet
what does juliet mean when she yells "…
the quotation: "feather of lead, brigh…
the quotation: "i'll look to like, if…
what time of day were performances in…
Why do you have to be "Romeo" (as in a Montague?)
oxymoron
Alliteration
noon???
what does juliet mean when she yells "…
Why do you have to be "Romeo" (as in a Montague?)
the quotation: "feather of lead, brigh…
oxymoron
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English Romeo and Juliet Test
What is a pun?
What is alliteration?
What is an oxymoron?
What is paradox
a play on words that sound similar or exactly the same
the repetition of initial consonant sounds in neighboring words
putting two contradictory words together
a statement that appears illogical or contradictory at first,…
What is a pun?
a play on words that sound similar or exactly the same
What is alliteration?
the repetition of initial consonant sounds in neighboring words
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Honors English - Fall Final Review - Vocab (The Struggle for Freedom & Romeo & Juliet)
Allocate
Apothecary
Augment
Beguile
To assign or designate
An old fashioned name for a pharmacist or druggist
To increase or intensify, expand, to add to, enlarge (often r…
To deceive or mislead
Allocate
To assign or designate
Apothecary
An old fashioned name for a pharmacist or druggist
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Honors Lit Final (Romeo and Juliet)
Tybalt
Peter
Escalus
Benvolio
Nephew to Lady Capulet
Servant to Juliet's nurse
Prince of Verona
Nephew to Montague
Tybalt
Nephew to Lady Capulet
Peter
Servant to Juliet's nurse
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English:Romeo and Juliet
the globe theater
comedies, histories, tragedies
comedies
histories
where were most of Shakespeare's plays performed?
what kinds of plays did Shakespeare write?
not funny or humorous, ended in marriage
historical accounts of the British monarch, essentially nonfi…
the globe theater
where were most of Shakespeare's plays performed?
comedies, histories, tragedies
what kinds of plays did Shakespeare write?
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Romeo and Juliet vocab English
Prologue
Valiant
Forfeit
Transgression
...
Boldly courageous; brave
A fine or penalty given up
The act of violating a law or command
Prologue
...
Valiant
Boldly courageous; brave
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English Romeo & Juliet Vocab
Allusion
Aside
Bard
Blank Verse
a brief and indirect reference to a person, place, thing or i…
a private remark that a character on stage makes to the audie…
a poet, traditionally one reciting epics and associated with…
unrhymed verse in which each line has five stressed syllables…
Allusion
a brief and indirect reference to a person, place, thing or i…
Aside
a private remark that a character on stage makes to the audie…
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Romeo and Juliet Vocabulary Words Honors
chide (v.)
herald (n.)
knave (n.)
jest (n.)
to scold or rebuke
an official messenger bringing news; a person or thing viewed…
a dishonest man
a thing said or done for amusement; a joke
chide (v.)
to scold or rebuke
herald (n.)
an official messenger bringing news; a person or thing viewed…
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English - Romeo and Juliet: Characters
Escalus
Paris
Montague
Capulet
Prince of Verona
a young count, kinsman to the Prince
Romeo's father
Juliet's father
Escalus
Prince of Verona
Paris
a young count, kinsman to the Prince
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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…
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English Romeo & Juliet Vocab
Allusion
Aside
Bard
Blank Verse
a brief and indirect reference to a person, place, thing or i…
a private remark that a character on stage makes to the audie…
a poet, traditionally one reciting epics and associated with…
unrhymed verse in which each line has five stressed syllables…
Allusion
a brief and indirect reference to a person, place, thing or i…
Aside
a private remark that a character on stage makes to the audie…
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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...
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English Final: Romeo and Juliet
Why do Sampson and Gregory fight with…
Benvolio and Tybalt come upon the serv…
When Montague and Capulet enter and se…
What ended the opening skirmish?
They are fighting for their master, who is a Capulet.
Benvolio tries to break it up, but Tybalt wants to fight.
The old men should stop fighting.
The prince threatened them all with death if they fought.
Why do Sampson and Gregory fight with…
They are fighting for their master, who is a Capulet.
Benvolio and Tybalt come upon the serv…
Benvolio tries to break it up, but Tybalt wants to fight.
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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 Vocabulary - Honors 1
Prodigious
Mire
Visage
Repose
enormous in size
bogged down, stuck
facial features
state of rest, sleep tranquility
Prodigious
enormous in size
Mire
bogged down, stuck
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Romeo and Juliet Literary Terms Honors
Underscore
Bawdy
Chaste
Rebuke
to stress; emphasize
coarse or indecent talk or writing
refraining from sexual intercourse that is regarded as contra…
sharp, stern disapproval; reproof; reprimand.
Underscore
to stress; emphasize
Bawdy
coarse or indecent talk or writing
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Romeo & Juliet - Key Dramatic/Literary Terms - Honors
Apostrophe
Aside
Chorus
Comic Relief
When a character addresses someone absent or something non-hu…
When a character speaks in order to be heard by the audience…
A single character in a play who speaks the prologue and comm…
A comic line or moment that offsets more serious content.
Apostrophe
When a character addresses someone absent or something non-hu…
Aside
When a character speaks in order to be heard by the audience…
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Romeo and Juliet Shakespeare Words (Honors)
anon
art
dost
hence
right now
are
does
away
anon
right now
art
are
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Romeo and Juliet test honors vocabulary
Augmenting
Portentous
Transgression
Languish
Making something already developed greater
Foreboding
A violation of a law, command, or duty
To become weak or feeble
Augmenting
Making something already developed greater
Portentous
Foreboding
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Romeo and Juliet Final Exam - Ryan Honors
"My only love sprung from my only hate!"
"I do but keep the peace. Put up they…
"What, drawn and talk of peace? I hate…
"O, then I see Queen Mab hath been wit…
Juliet (Act 1)
Benvolio (Act 1)
Tybalt (Act 1)
Mercutio (Act 1)
"My only love sprung from my only hate!"
Juliet (Act 1)
"I do but keep the peace. Put up they…
Benvolio (Act 1)
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Honors Literature Act 5 Romeo and Juliet
Kindred
Beseech
Penury
Caitiff
one's family or relatives.
ask (someone) urgently and fervently to do something; implore…
extreme poverty; destitution.
a contemptible or cowardly person.
Kindred
one's family or relatives.
Beseech
ask (someone) urgently and fervently to do something; implore…
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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…
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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…
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Romeo and Juliet Vocabulary for Woosley Honors.
Adversary
Augmented
Deformities
Discreet
Enemy/Opponent
Adding to; enlarge
Irregularities; disfigurements
Showing good judgment; perceptive
Adversary
Enemy/Opponent
Augmented
Adding to; enlarge
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Romeo and Juliet Test Vocab (Honors)
Augmenting
Portentous
Transgression
Languish
To make (something already developed) great
Foreboding
A violation of law, command, or duty
To become weak or feeble
Augmenting
To make (something already developed) great
Portentous
Foreboding
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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: 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 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
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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 & 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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Romeo and Juliet (Honors) Test Prep. Wright-THS
Imagery
Juxtaposition for contrast
Motifs
Celestial Imagery
light vs. darkness
Placement of two things (characters, images, ideas) closely t…
EX: hands, kisses, stars, dreams and ships... Motifs are recurr…
relates to stars, moon, sun...... anything in the sky or in heav…
Imagery
light vs. darkness
Juxtaposition for contrast
Placement of two things (characters, images, ideas) closely t…
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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 Act 3
What is ironic about Mercutio's accusa…
Punning on the word consort
What 3 suggestions does Benevolio offe…
What does "my man" mean?
Mercutio himself is quite zesty and pugnacious. Benevolio is…
a. to associate or keep company... b. to play music with... c. a gr…
1. take the fight elsewhere... 2. depart... 3. drop the grudges you…
the man I'm looking for OR my servant
What is ironic about Mercutio's accusa…
Mercutio himself is quite zesty and pugnacious. Benevolio is…
Punning on the word consort
a. to associate or keep company... b. to play music with... c. a gr…
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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
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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
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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
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
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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
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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
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