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Literature: Drama(Romeo and Juliet)
Drama
History play
Tragedy
Comedy
Written to be performed by actors in front of an audience; st…
Set in the past that is usually about royalty or power
Serious play that ends unhappily
Light play with happy ending
Drama
Written to be performed by actors in front of an audience; st…
History play
Set in the past that is usually about royalty or power
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Romeo and Juliet vocab. - 9th literature
Burden (n)
Civil (adj)
Defiance (n)
Mutiny (n)
weight to be borne or conveyed.
of or occurring between or among citizens of the state.
a daring or bold resistance to authority or to any opposing f…
a violent uprising, a riot, a rebellion against authority.
Burden (n)
weight to be borne or conveyed.
Civil (adj)
of or occurring between or among citizens of the state.
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GCSE English Literature Romeo and Juliet
Romeo - Passionate
Romeo - Changeable
Romeo - Headstrong
Juliet - Passionate
''Henceforth I will never be Romeo''
''I have forget that name and that name's woe''
''Either thou or I, or both, must go with him''
''I gave thee mine before thou didst request''
Romeo - Passionate
''Henceforth I will never be Romeo''
Romeo - Changeable
''I have forget that name and that name's woe''
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8th Literature Romeo and Juliet Terms
a story written to be performed for an…
a regular pattern of stressed and unst…
type of poetic foot with an unstressed…
meter used in Shakespeare nearly alway…
Drama
Meter
Iamb
Iambic pentameter
a story written to be performed for an…
Drama
a regular pattern of stressed and unst…
Meter
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English Literature, Romeo + Juliet-Religion
Romeo, Act 1:5
Prologue
Romeo, Act 2:2
Romeo, Act 3:1
"Give me my sin again"... "This holy shrine, the gentle sin is t…
"A pair of star-crossed lovers"
"Two of the fairest stars in all the heaven" (her eyes)... "O sp…
"Away to heaven, respective lenity, and fire eyes fury be my…
Romeo, Act 1:5
"Give me my sin again"... "This holy shrine, the gentle sin is t…
Prologue
"A pair of star-crossed lovers"
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Literature Romeo and Juliet Act 3
banishment
dexterity
idolatry
reconcile
(noun) the act of being forced to leave
(noun) mental or physical quickness or skill; cleverness
(noun) excessive adoration or devotion
(verb) to bring fighting sides into agreement
banishment
(noun) the act of being forced to leave
dexterity
(noun) mental or physical quickness or skill; cleverness
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Literature Romeo and Juliet Act 1
adversary
boisterous
nuptial
aside
(noun) an opponent, enemy, or foe
(adjective) loud and noisy, without restraint
(noun) of or pertaining to a marriage or wedding
a short speech heard my the audience but not other characters
adversary
(noun) an opponent, enemy, or foe
boisterous
(adjective) loud and noisy, without restraint
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Foundations of Literature: Romeo and Juliet Characters
Romeo
Juliet
Frair Lawrence
Mercutio
-Son of Montague and Lady Montague and husband of Juliet. ... -I…
-Daughter of Capulet and Lady Capulet, wife of Romeo, and fia…
-The friar who married Romeo and Juliet and is a good acquain…
-One Romeo's best friends and is related to the Prince. ... -Kil…
Romeo
-Son of Montague and Lady Montague and husband of Juliet. ... -I…
Juliet
-Daughter of Capulet and Lady Capulet, wife of Romeo, and fia…
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Literature Romeo and Juliet Act 2
cunning
vile
predominant
unwieldy
(adjective) shrewd, sneaky, crafty
(adjective) worthless
(adjective) having a dominating influence over others
(adjective) awkward or clumsy, cumbersome
cunning
(adjective) shrewd, sneaky, crafty
vile
(adjective) worthless
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Foundations of Literature: Romeo and Juliet Vocab
Blank Verse
Drama
Characters
Conflict
Poetry written in unrhymed iambic pentameter.
A play, a story written to be performed by actors on a stage…
Personalities who take part part in the action of the play.
A struggle or problem that propels the sequence of events cal…
Blank Verse
Poetry written in unrhymed iambic pentameter.
Drama
A play, a story written to be performed by actors on a stage…
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Foundations of Literature: Romeo and Juliet Questions
Where was Shakespeare born?
What was the name of the round theater…
What are the three types of plays that…
Romeo and Juliet is an example of whic…
Stratford-upon-Avon, England.
The Globe Theatre
He wrote historicals, tragedies, and comedies.
A tragedy.
Where was Shakespeare born?
Stratford-upon-Avon, England.
What was the name of the round theater…
The Globe Theatre
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Romeo and Juliet Vocab: English Literature
adversaries
disposition
languish
nuptial
one's opponent in a contest/conflict/dispute
mindset
to long for or pine for
marriage
adversaries
one's opponent in a contest/conflict/dispute
disposition
mindset
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Literature Section Notes Romeo&Juliet
Title
Author
Genre
Setting
Romeo&Juliet
William Shakespeare
Play;tragic drama
Verona,Italy; early 1300's
Title
Romeo&Juliet
Author
William Shakespeare
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Literature - Romeo & Juliet Act IV
inundation
pensive
cull
subtly
to overwhelm
dreary, thoughtful
to choose, collect, gather
fine, delicate
inundation
to overwhelm
pensive
dreary, thoughtful
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Literature Romeo and Juliet Vocabulary Words
addle
beguile
beseech
enmity
make unable to think clearly; confuse
- charm or enchant (someone), sometimes in a deceptive way ... -…
ask (someone) urgently and fervently to do something; implore…
the state or feeling of being actively opposed or hostile to…
addle
make unable to think clearly; confuse
beguile
- charm or enchant (someone), sometimes in a deceptive way ... -…
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8th Literature Romeo and Juliet Terms
Drama
Meter
Iamb
Iambic pentameter
a story written to be performed for an audience
a regular pattern of stressed and unstressed syllables. Relat…
type of poetic foot with an unstressed syllable followed by a…
meter used in Shakespeare nearly always used when writing in…
Drama
a story written to be performed for an audience
Meter
a regular pattern of stressed and unstressed syllables. Relat…
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Literature - Literary Terms (Romeo and Juliet originally)
foil
foreshadowing
irony
pun
a character who has qualities that are in sharp contrast to a…
refers to hints in a piece of literature indicating what will…
an outcome of events contrary to what was expected
usually a humorous use of a word in such a way as to suggest…
foil
a character who has qualities that are in sharp contrast to a…
foreshadowing
refers to hints in a piece of literature indicating what will…
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Literature - Romeo & Juliet Act III
doublet
valor
agile
bier
a close fitting undergarmet
boldness and determination in danger
quick and well-coordinated in movement
a frame or stand on which on which a corpse or coffin is laid…
doublet
a close fitting undergarmet
valor
boldness and determination in danger
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(Young) Literature Romeo and Juliet Characters
Escalus
Paris
Two Families (Two Sides)
Romeo
Prince of Verona
a young count, kinsman to the prince
Montagues and Capulets
Montague's son
Escalus
Prince of Verona
Paris
a young count, kinsman to the prince
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Literature Final (Romeo and Juliet Section)
What was the name of the servant that…
Who is the servant Sampson dishonors?…
What does Prince Escalus tell everyone…
Why is Romeo heartbroken?
Sampson
Abram
That the next to start a fight will die
He is in love with Rosaline who vowed to the Law of Chastity.…
What was the name of the servant that…
Sampson
Who is the servant Sampson dishonors?…
Abram
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Romeo and Juliet: Literature Terms Q2
Tragedy
Soliloquy
Allusion
Characterization
a dramatic work that presents the downfall of a dignified cha…
a speech in which a character speaks thought aloud, the chara…
an indirect reference to another literary work or famous person
the four basic methods that a writer uses to develop a charac…
Tragedy
a dramatic work that presents the downfall of a dignified cha…
Soliloquy
a speech in which a character speaks thought aloud, the chara…
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Romeo and Juliet Test (literature terms)
foreshadowing
situational irony
dramatic irony
allusion
hints or clues that helps a reader predict what might happen…
use of words to convey the opposite of their literal meaning…
irony that occurs when the meaning of a situation is understo…
and implied or indirect reference to a person, event or thing…
foreshadowing
hints or clues that helps a reader predict what might happen…
situational irony
use of words to convey the opposite of their literal meaning…
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Romeo and Juliet- Drama Literature Terms
Act
Aside
Cast of Characters
Chrous
a division within a play, much like chapters of a novel
lines that are spoken by a character directly to the audience
a list of characters presented before the action begins
a person or group of people who act as the narrator, commenta…
Act
a division within a play, much like chapters of a novel
Aside
lines that are spoken by a character directly to the audience
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Romeo and Juliet Quotes Literature Test
"I talk of dreams, which are children…
"I cannot bound a pitch above dull woe…
"He is a man of wax, he's a flower....…
"He's the courageous captain of comple…
Mercutio to Romeo
Romeo to Mercutio
Nurse to Lady Capulet
Mercutio to Benvolio
"I talk of dreams, which are children…
Mercutio to Romeo
"I cannot bound a pitch above dull woe…
Romeo to Mercutio
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Literature - Romeo and Juliet Final Test
Aside
Soliloquy
Blank Verse
Iambic Pentameter
a remark or passage by a character in a play that is intended…
an act of speaking one's thoughts aloud when by oneself or re…
verse without rhyme, especially that which uses iambic pentam…
a line of verse with five metrical feet, each consisting of o…
Aside
a remark or passage by a character in a play that is intended…
Soliloquy
an act of speaking one's thoughts aloud when by oneself or re…
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Literature UK: Shakespeare - Romeo and Juliet
to take place
to happen
to step in
to be keen for something
mieć miejsce
wydarzyć się, zdarzyć się
wkroczyć, zaangażować się (w coś)
być czymś zainteresowanym
to take place
mieć miejsce
to happen
wydarzyć się, zdarzyć się
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literature romeo and juliet act 1
who said this and what does this mean-…
who said this and what does this mean-…
who said this and what does this mean-…
who said this and what does this mean-…
tybalt and it means he is calling the servants cowards and ch…
prince and it means that if you ever fight again you will die
benvolio and it means look at other girls
nurse and it means how pretty juliet was when she was a baby
who said this and what does this mean-…
tybalt and it means he is calling the servants cowards and ch…
who said this and what does this mean-…
prince and it means that if you ever fight again you will die
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Romeo and Juliet
Mercurio
Romeo
Juliet
Benvolio
Romeo's Best Friend--gets killed by Tybalt and is a close rel…
Son of Lord and Lady Montague--married to Juliet
Daughter of Lord and Lady Capulet--married to Romeo
Romeo's cousin. Nephew to Lord and Lady Montague
Mercurio
Romeo's Best Friend--gets killed by Tybalt and is a close rel…
Romeo
Son of Lord and Lady Montague--married to Juliet
12 terms
Literature: Romeo and Juliet Act 1
How old will Juliet be on her next bur…
Where does the story take place?
In what state of mind do we find Romeo…
Where does the story begin?
14
Verona, Italy
In love, and not really thinking straight
The streets of Verona
How old will Juliet be on her next bur…
14
Where does the story take place?
Verona, Italy
Romeo and Juliet - Vocabulary Set - Prentice Hall Literature
pernicious
augmenting
grievance
transgression
causing great injury or ruin
increasing; enlarging
injustice; complaint
wrongdoing; sin
pernicious
causing great injury or ruin
augmenting
increasing; enlarging
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English Literature, Romeo + Juliet-Fate Quotes
Prologue
Romeo, Act 1:5
Mercutio, Act 1:3
Romeo, Act 1:3
"A pair of star-crossed lovers"
"Hanging in the stars"
"A plague a'both your houses!"
"This day's black fate on moe days doth depend"
Prologue
"A pair of star-crossed lovers"
Romeo, Act 1:5
"Hanging in the stars"
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English Literature, Romeo + Juliet-Death Quotes
Prologue
Prince Escalus, Act 1:1
Tybalt, Act 1:1
Tybalt, Act 1:1
"Death marked love"
"Your lives shall pay the forfeit of the peace"...
"Turn thee, Benvolio, look upon thy death"
"What, drawn and talk of peace? I hate the word. As I hate he…
Prologue
"Death marked love"
Prince Escalus, Act 1:1
"Your lives shall pay the forfeit of the peace"...
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English Literature, Romeo + Juliet-Conflict Quotes
Prologue
Prince Escalus, Act 1:1
Tybalt, Act 1:5
Friar Lawrence, Act 2:3
"From ancient grudge break new mutiny, where civil blood make…
"Throw your mistempered weapons to the ground"
"Now by the stock and honour of my kin, to strike him dead I…
"For this alliance may so happy prove to turn your households…
Prologue
"From ancient grudge break new mutiny, where civil blood make…
Prince Escalus, Act 1:1
"Throw your mistempered weapons to the ground"
11 terms
English Literature, Romeo + Juliet-Love Quotes
Romeo, Act 1:1
Romeo, Act 1:1
Romeo, Act 1:2
Romeo, Act 1:4
"Heavy lightness...Feather of lead, bright smoke"... (Rosaline)
"O teach my how I should forget to think"... (Rosaline)
"One fairer than my love! The all-seeing sun ne'er saw her ma…
"With nimble soles, I have a soul of lead"... ..."Under love's h…
Romeo, Act 1:1
"Heavy lightness...Feather of lead, bright smoke"... (Rosaline)
Romeo, Act 1:1
"O teach my how I should forget to think"... (Rosaline)
32 terms
Romeo and Juliet
Why do Sampson and Gregory (servants o…
Benvolio (Montague) and Tybalt (Capule…
When Lords Montague and Capulet enter…
What ended the opening fight in Act I?
Sampson bites his thumb at one of the Montagues, which is con…
Benvolio wants to stop the fight, but Tybalt wants to get int…
The old guys should stop all the fighting.
The Prince of Verona warned them they would be punished with…
Why do Sampson and Gregory (servants o…
Sampson bites his thumb at one of the Montagues, which is con…
Benvolio (Montague) and Tybalt (Capule…
Benvolio wants to stop the fight, but Tybalt wants to get int…
13 terms
Romeo and Juliet
Romeo and Juliet
Romeo Montague
Juliet Capulet
Benvolio
William Shakespeare play
One of the protagonists, he falls in love with Juliet Capulet…
Teenager who falls in love with Romeo (main girl character) D…
Montague's nephew, Romeo's cousin and thoughtful friend, he m…
Romeo and Juliet
William Shakespeare play
Romeo Montague
One of the protagonists, he falls in love with Juliet Capulet…
31 terms
Romeo and Juliet - Vocabulary Set - Prentice Hall Literature
grievance
transgression
heretics
cunning
injustice; complaint
wrongdoing; sin
those who hold belief opposed to the established teachings of…
cleverness; slyness
grievance
injustice; complaint
transgression
wrongdoing; sin
32 terms
GCSE English Literature Romeo & Juliet Montague Quotes
Love & Hate - Lord & Lady Montague
Love & Hate - Benvolio
Love & Hate - Mercutio
Love & Hate - Paris
Hold me not, let me go
There lies the man, slain by young Romeo
A plague a' both your houses!
Younger than she are happy mothers made
Love & Hate - Lord & Lady Montague
Hold me not, let me go
Love & Hate - Benvolio
There lies the man, slain by young Romeo
15 terms
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…
34 terms
Romeo and Juliet
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
Shakespeare does not specify, but he is most likely between 1…
Is Juliet a Montague or a Capulet?
Capulet
Is Romeo a Montague or a Capulet?
Montague
33 terms
Romeo and Juliet - Vocabulary Set - Prentice Hall Literature
pernicious
augmenting
grievance
transgression
causing great injury or ruin
increasing; enlarging
injustice; complaint
wrongdoing; sin
pernicious
causing great injury or ruin
augmenting
increasing; enlarging
32 terms
GCSE English Literature Romeo & Juliet - Capulet Quotes
Love and Hate - Juliet
Love and Hate - Lord Capulet
Love and Hate - Lady Capulet
Love and Hate - Nurse
Then have my lips the sin that they have took
My heart is wonderous light
What say you? Can you love the gentleman?
Your love says like an honest gentleman
Love and Hate - Juliet
Then have my lips the sin that they have took
Love and Hate - Lord Capulet
My heart is wonderous light
33 terms
Honors 9th Literature Romeo and Juliet Term List
Aside
Blank Verse
Characterization
Internal Conflict
A line/short speech given be an actor in a play presumed to b…
Poetry written in unrhymed iambic pentameter.
Act of creating and developing a character.
Struggle between character and self.
Aside
A line/short speech given be an actor in a play presumed to b…
Blank Verse
Poetry written in unrhymed iambic pentameter.
13 terms
Literature - Romeo & Juliet main characters, final exam
Romeo Montague
Lord Montague
Lady Montague
Mercutio
Main character in love with love, son of Lord Montague, loves…
Romeo's father, head of the Montague house, feuds with Capulets
Lord Montague's wife and Romeo's mother
A true friend to Romeo and a cousin of Prince Escalus. He is…
Romeo Montague
Main character in love with love, son of Lord Montague, loves…
Lord Montague
Romeo's father, head of the Montague house, feuds with Capulets
11 terms
GCSE English Literature-Romeo and Juliet character quotes
'What, drawn and talk of peace? I hate…
'But woo her, gentle Paris, get her he…
'Or I will drag thee on a hurdle thith…
'O Romeo, Romeo, wherefore art thou Ro…
Tybalt- Act 1, Scene 1, line 64-64
Capulet- Act 1, Scene 2, line 15
Capulet- Act 3, Scene 5, line 155
Juliet- Act 2, Scene 2, line 33-34
'What, drawn and talk of peace? I hate…
Tybalt- Act 1, Scene 1, line 64-64
'But woo her, gentle Paris, get her he…
Capulet- Act 1, Scene 2, line 15
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Romeo and Juliet
Play
Character
Dialogue
Stage
The same as story; it's like a movie.
People in a play, movie or T.V. show.
It is what the characters or actors say.
The platform on which the actors perform in a theater.
Play
The same as story; it's like a movie.
Character
People in a play, movie or T.V. show.
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GCSE English Literature Romeo & Juliet Montague Quotes
Love & Hate - Romeo
Love & Hate - Lord & Lady Montague
Love & Hate - Benvolio
Love & Hate - Mercutio
Out of her favour where I am in love
Hold me not, let me go
There lies the man, slain by young Romeo
A plague a' both your houses!
Love & Hate - Romeo
Out of her favour where I am in love
Love & Hate - Lord & Lady Montague
Hold me not, let me go
37 terms
Romeo and Juliet
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
Shakespeare does not specify, but he is most likely between 1…
is Juliet a Montague or a Capulet?
Capulet
is Romeo a Montague or a Capulet?
Montague
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LITERATURE QUOTES- Romeo and Juliet (CBHS Shackel)
"I pray thee, good Mercutio, let's ret…
"Romeo, the love I bear thee can not a…
"I was hurt under your arm."
"Ask for me tomorrow, and you will fin…
Romeo
Tybalt
Mercutio
Romeo
"I pray thee, good Mercutio, let's ret…
Romeo
"Romeo, the love I bear thee can not a…
Tybalt
22 terms
Romeo and Juliet
Foe
Valiant
Liberty
Rapier
a personal enemy
Brave, courageous
Freedom of choice.
a straight sword with a narrow blade and two edges
Foe
a personal enemy
Valiant
Brave, courageous
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