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English 1 Final- Shakespeare/Romeo and Juliet
William Shakespeare
Stratford Upon Avon
Anne Hathaway
Elizabeth I
widely acknowledged as the world's greatest english-language…
Shakespeare's birthplace
Shakespeare's wife
ascended the throne in 1558, she was the daughter of King Hen…
William Shakespeare
widely acknowledged as the world's greatest english-language…
Stratford Upon Avon
Shakespeare's birthplace
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english shakespeare/ romeo & juliet
elizebethen
make money
acting/ poet
plaugue
during what period of english history did shakespeare write
what was shakespeares main reason for writing, performing, en…
how did shakespeare first become famous
what cause shakespeare to write poems instead of plays
elizebethen
during what period of english history did shakespeare write
make money
what was shakespeares main reason for writing, performing, en…
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English - Romeo and Juliet, Shakespeare
wealthy family
gentry
fundamental education
theatral impresario
wohlhabende Familie
Adel
Grundausbildung
Leiter eines Theaters
wealthy family
wohlhabende Familie
gentry
Adel
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Honors English 1 Shakespeare Romeo and Juliet
Soliloquy
A side
Blank verse
Chorus
a lengthy speech in which a character- usually on stage- expr…
a brief comment by a character revealing his or her feelings
unryhmed verse written in iambic pentameter (5 metrical feet)
a figure or a group of figures who comment on a plays action)…
Soliloquy
a lengthy speech in which a character- usually on stage- expr…
A side
a brief comment by a character revealing his or her feelings
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English - Romeo and Juliet/Shakespeare
List Shakespeare's dates.
Where was Shakespeare born?
How many plays did Shakespeare write?
How many sonnets did Shakespeare write?
April 23, 1564 - April 23,1616
Stratford-Upon-Avon
37 plays
154 sonnets
List Shakespeare's dates.
April 23, 1564 - April 23,1616
Where was Shakespeare born?
Stratford-Upon-Avon
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Shakespeare and Romeo and Juliet//English
pun
comic relief
foils
metaphor
joke that uses a play on word
humor used to relief tension during a serious scene
characters that show qualities that in contrast with qualitie…
makes an implicit, implied, or hidden comparison between 2 th…
pun
joke that uses a play on word
comic relief
humor used to relief tension during a serious scene
13 terms
English Romeo and Juliet/Shakespeare
When was Shakespeare born?
When did Shakespeare die?
What's Shakespeare's wife's name?
How old were they when they got married?
April 23 1564
April 23 1616
Anne Hathaway
He was 18, she was 26
When was Shakespeare born?
April 23 1564
When did Shakespeare die?
April 23 1616
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English: Romeo and Juliet; Shakespeare
How many kids did Shakespeare have?
How many plays did Shakespeare write?
All actors were _______
The theater was open all afternoons bu…
3
37
men
plague
How many kids did Shakespeare have?
3
How many plays did Shakespeare write?
37
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English- Shakespeare + Romeo and Juliet
What did most Elizabethans consider a…
Who is the English Renaissance named a…
What city was on its way to becoming t…
Who suffered from poor diet and living…
drama
Queen Elizabeth (1558-1603)
London
Commoners
What did most Elizabethans consider a…
drama
Who is the English Renaissance named a…
Queen Elizabeth (1558-1603)
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English 1: Shakespeare and Romeo and Juliet review
How many documents exist with shakespe…
How many plays did shakespeare write
Birthplace
Born
12, each time it is spelled differently
37 altogether
Stratford-on-avon
1564
How many documents exist with shakespe…
12, each time it is spelled differently
How many plays did shakespeare write
37 altogether
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Romeo and Juliet SHAKESPEARE 1
mar
heretic
wean
boisterous
v. damage, disfigure, spoil
n. person who holds opinions, doctrines and beliefs contrary…
v. stop a child or young animal from nursing on mother's milk…
adj. rough; rowdy; noisily high-spirited and unrestrained
mar
v. damage, disfigure, spoil
heretic
n. person who holds opinions, doctrines and beliefs contrary…
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Romeo and Juliet SHAKESPEARE 1
mar
heretic
wean
boisterous
v. damage, disfigure, spoil
n. person who holds opinions, doctrines and beliefs contrary…
v. stop a child or young animal from nursing on mother's milk…
adj. rough; rowdy; noisily high-spirited and unrestrained
mar
v. damage, disfigure, spoil
heretic
n. person who holds opinions, doctrines and beliefs contrary…
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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
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English Romeo and Juliet shakespeare language
Wherefore-
Go to go to-
'Tis-
Art-
Why
Stop it, stop it
It is
Are
Wherefore-
Why
Go to go to-
Stop it, stop it
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Romeo&Juliet/Shakespeare vocab. 1
iamb
iambic pentameter
blank verse
personification
a metrical foot consisting of an unstressed syllable followed…
a common meter in poetry consisting of an unrhymed line with…
unrhymed verse, especially the unrhymed iambic most frequentl…
using human qualities and attributes to describe an animal or…
iamb
a metrical foot consisting of an unstressed syllable followed…
iambic pentameter
a common meter in poetry consisting of an unrhymed line with…
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English Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare
Basic Plot of Events
Setting
Romeo Montague
Juliet Capulet
Two families called the Montagues and the Capulets hate each…
Verona, Italy, 1500's
14-15 years old, part of the Montague family and loves Juliet
13-14 years old, part of the Capulet family and loves Romeo
Basic Plot of Events
Two families called the Montagues and the Capulets hate each…
Setting
Verona, Italy, 1500's
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english Shakespeare and Romeo & Juliet test
shakespears birth and death year
where was Shakespeare born?
married? children?
time period?
1564-1616
Stratford on Avon in England
Anne Hathaway and 3
renaissance and Elizabethan
shakespears birth and death year
1564-1616
where was Shakespeare born?
Stratford on Avon in England
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english final- shakespeare/romeo and juliet
sonnets
puns
slapstick comedy
comic relief
a poem of fourteen lines that follows a strict rhyme scheme a…
example: I wasn't originally going to get a brain transplant,…
horse play comedy
comic episodes in a dramatic or literary work that offset mor…
sonnets
a poem of fourteen lines that follows a strict rhyme scheme a…
puns
example: I wasn't originally going to get a brain transplant,…
English Shakespeare and Romeo & Juliet Test
Who is Prince Escalus?
Who is in the House of Capulet?
Who is Lord Capulet?
Who is Lady Capulet?
the ruler of Verona
Lord Capulet, Lady Capulet, Juliet, Nurse, Tybalt, Sampson, a…
Lord Capulet is Juliet's father and head of the Capulet famil…
Lady Capulet is Juliet's mother. She is much younger than her…
Who is Prince Escalus?
the ruler of Verona
Who is in the House of Capulet?
Lord Capulet, Lady Capulet, Juliet, Nurse, Tybalt, Sampson, a…
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English Final: Shakespeare/Romeo and Juliet
romeo
themes
nurse
mercutio
○ Cannot forget about a girl ... ○ Knows that she is the only gi…
-children vs adults... -blind love... -fate vs free will... -dreams ... -…
-Sees Juliet as a daughter... - Rambles... - Listens to Juliet more…
-mayble ugly?... -down to earth... -comic relief
romeo
○ Cannot forget about a girl ... ○ Knows that she is the only gi…
themes
-children vs adults... -blind love... -fate vs free will... -dreams ... -…
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ENGLISH FINAL - SHAKESPEARE/ROMEO AND JULIET
what is a sonnet?
describe a shakespearean sonnet
what is iambic pentameter?
describe a heartbeat
fourteen line poem written in iambic pentameter ... employ one o…
three quatrains and a couplet... abab, cdcd, efef, gg... usually in…
rhythm and meter in which poets and playwrights wrote in eliz…
dee DUM dee DUM dee DUM... consists of a line of five iambic fee…
what is a sonnet?
fourteen line poem written in iambic pentameter ... employ one o…
describe a shakespearean sonnet
three quatrains and a couplet... abab, cdcd, efef, gg... usually in…
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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…
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English: Romeo and Juliet: Shakespeare Backstory
Describe how public theaters were built.
Performances were only given during....
What were the less wealthy people call…
What is the name of the place where th…
Around roofless courtyards without artificial lighting
Daylight hours
Groundlings
The pit
Describe how public theaters were built.
Around roofless courtyards without artificial lighting
Performances were only given during....
Daylight hours
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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
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Shakespeare Romeo and Juliet vocab 1
Anon
Shrift
Misaduentured
Mistempered
In a minute ,sometime soon, at once
Confession
Unfortunate
Bad temper
Anon
In a minute ,sometime soon, at once
Shrift
Confession
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Shakespeare/ romeo and Juliet list 1
prologue
allusion
auspicious
tragedy
introduction to a literary work
implied historical event
favorable
great misfortune
prologue
introduction to a literary work
allusion
implied historical event
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Shakespeare Romeo and Juliet Vocab. #1
mutiny
strife
valiant
quarrel
an open rebellion against authority
an angry or bitter disagreement over fundamental issues
possessing or showing courage or determination
an angry argument or disagreement, typically among people who…
mutiny
an open rebellion against authority
strife
an angry or bitter disagreement over fundamental issues
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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
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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
10 terms
English: Vocabulary: Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet: Word Study #1
lamentable
mutiny
piteous
strife
regrettable; unfortunate
rebellion against authority
evoking or deserving pity; pathetic
a very angry or violent disagreement between two or more peop…
lamentable
regrettable; unfortunate
mutiny
rebellion against authority
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
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shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet
Capulets and Montagues
Juliet Capulet
Romeo Montague
Benvolio
Name of the two feuding families of Verona, Italy.
Teenage daughter of Lord and Lady Capulet who falls in love w…
Teenage son of Lord and Lady Montague who falls in love with…
Romeo's cousin who persuades Romeo to go to the Capulet party…
Capulets and Montagues
Name of the two feuding families of Verona, Italy.
Juliet Capulet
Teenage daughter of Lord and Lady Capulet who falls in love w…
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Shakespeare test 1- romeo and juliet
tragic hero
Antagonist
Foil
Soliloquy
the protagonist, central character, the one whom audiences Id…
the force working against the protagonist
character whose personality and attitude contrast sharply wit…
a speech given by a character alone on stage
tragic hero
the protagonist, central character, the one whom audiences Id…
Antagonist
the force working against the protagonist
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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
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Shakespeare / Romeo and Juliet
Shakespeare was born in....
Shakespeare was baptized and is burrie…
The time in which nothing is known abo…
Shakespeare's acting company was calle…
1564
Holy Trinity Church in Stratford Upon Avon
The 7 Lost Years ( also called the 7 Dark Years)
The Lord Chamberlain's Men (later became known as the King's…
Shakespeare was born in....
1564
Shakespeare was baptized and is burrie…
Holy Trinity Church in Stratford Upon Avon
22 terms
English Shakespeare quiz/Romeo and Juliet background
Diolog
Stage directions
Prolouge
Chorus
Conversation between charecters
Notes in the play that describe how the action should be perf…
An opening speech that introduces the plays main characters,…
A figure or group of figures who comment on plays actions
Diolog
Conversation between charecters
Stage directions
Notes in the play that describe how the action should be perf…
22 terms
English literary elements for Romeo and Juliet (Shakespeare)
Oxymoron
Pun
Paradox
Malapropism
expression with contradictory words : a phrase in which two w…
play on words : a humorous use of words that involves a word…
statement that seems contradictory but that actually may be t…
unintentional use of wrong words: the misuse of a word throug…
Oxymoron
expression with contradictory words : a phrase in which two w…
Pun
play on words : a humorous use of words that involves a word…
41 terms
Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet Act 1
Escalus
Paris
Montage hates the ...
Capulets hate the ...
Prince of Verona.
A young count, kinsman to the Prince. Wants to marry Juliet.
Capulets
Montagues
Escalus
Prince of Verona.
Paris
A young count, kinsman to the Prince. Wants to marry Juliet.
45 terms
Archaic Words- Shakespeare Romeo and Juliet
art
an, and
anon
aught
are
if
soon; Coming!; right away!
anything; anything at all
art
are
an, and
if
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English Shakespeare Romeo and Juliet Vocabulary Words
Wanton
Partisan
Covert
Gall
describes something excessive, uncontrolled, or even cruel.
describes something that is prejudicial towards a point of vi…
is an operation that is secret or hidden ; not openly practic…
describes something irritating, like someone very rude (to ga…
Wanton
describes something excessive, uncontrolled, or even cruel.
Partisan
describes something that is prejudicial towards a point of vi…
15 terms
Shakespeare: Romeo and Juliet
playwright
jest
envious
grief
skuespillforfatter
erte
misunnelig
sorg
playwright
skuespillforfatter
jest
erte
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English Literary terms- Shakespeare (Romeo and Juliet)
Alliteration
Assonance
Rhyme
Rhythm
...
...
...
...
Alliteration
...
Assonance
...
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English Shakespeare Romeo and Juliet List of Allusions
Aurora
Cupid
Dian
Ethiop
The goddess of dawn in Roman mythology
The God of erotic love in Roman mythology
Diana, goddess of the hunt in Roman mythology
A person from Ethiopia, a country in Africa
Aurora
The goddess of dawn in Roman mythology
Cupid
The God of erotic love in Roman mythology
25 terms
Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet
William Shakespeare
a tragedy
a comedy
Juliet and Tybalt
Who wrote Romeo and Juliet?
What type of play is Romeo and Juliet?
A humorous piece of writing or show
Who are two Capulet's?
William Shakespeare
Who wrote Romeo and Juliet?
a tragedy
What type of play is Romeo and Juliet?
18 terms
Romeo & Juliet/Shakespeare
Tragedy
Drama
Play
Comedy
A presentation of serious and important actions that end unha…
a composition in prose or verse presenting in dialogue or pan…
A type of literature that is acted in front of a live audienc…
A presentation of light and funny, sometimes covering serious…
Tragedy
A presentation of serious and important actions that end unha…
Drama
a composition in prose or verse presenting in dialogue or pan…
40 terms
Shakespeare - Romeo & Juliet
chandelier
unaware
nephew
rage
ljuskrona
omedveten
brorson, systerson
ilska
chandelier
ljuskrona
unaware
omedveten
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William Shakespeare and Romeo and Juliet English 9
forthright
impetuous
valiant
impartial
frank
sudden action, emotion, or violence
brave
fair
forthright
frank
impetuous
sudden action, emotion, or violence
16 terms
Romeo and Juliet/Shakespeare
When was Shakespeare born
What kind of plays did Shakespeare write
Groundlings
Meter
1564 in England
Histories, Comedies, Tragadies
Audience members that stood in inexpensive places
Systematically arranged and measured rhythm in a verse or poem
When was Shakespeare born
1564 in England
What kind of plays did Shakespeare write
Histories, Comedies, Tragadies
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Shakespeare Words Act 1 Romeo and Juliet
Partisan
Pernicious
Covert
Portent
A weapon having a blade with lateral projections mounted on t…
Very destructive or harmful, deadly, baneful, detrimental
Secret, concealed, clandestine, furtive, stealthy
A sign or forewarning, omen, warning; portentous
Partisan
A weapon having a blade with lateral projections mounted on t…
Pernicious
Very destructive or harmful, deadly, baneful, detrimental
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