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1 Please get out your own sheet of paper. Act I Quiz

2 1. The Prologue is written in what poetic form? a. Limerick b. Sonnet c. Haiku d. Free Verse

3 1. The Prologue is written in what poetic form? a. Limerick b. Sonnet c. Haiku d. Free Verse

4 2. Who speaks the Prologue?

5 2. Who speaks the Prologue? The Chorus

6 3. The lines below are an example of what? From forth the fatal loins of these two foes A pair of star-crossed lovers take their life; a. Paraphrasing b. Alliteration c. Reflection d. Foreshadowing

7 3. The lines below are an example of what? From forth the fatal loins of these two foes A pair of star-crossed lovers take their life; a. Paraphrasing b. Alliteration c. Reflection d. Foreshadowing

8 4. How does Shakespeare get the attention of the “groundlings”? a. A love scene b. A dog c. A party d. A fight

9 4. How does Shakespeare get the attention of the “groundlings”? a. A love scene b. A dog c. A party d. A fight

10 5. From his first lines, we understand that Tybalt, Juliet’s cousin, is what? a. Always looking for a fight b. Always trying to make peace c. Always drunk d. Doesn’t care about his family

11 5. From his first lines, we understand that Tybalt, Juliet’s cousin, is what? a. Always looking for a fight b. Always trying to make peace c. Always drunk d. Doesn’t care about his family

12 6. At the beginning of the play, Romeo is in love with: a. Rosaline b. Juliet c. Lady Capulet d. Benvolio

13 6. At the beginning of the play, Romeo is in love with: a. Rosaline b. Juliet c. Lady Capulet d. Benvolio

14 7. What does Benvolio tell Romeo to help him get over his unrequited love?

15 -You just need to find a new girl -Get over it -Look at all these other girls!

16 8. On what condition will Lord Capulet agree to Juliet’s marriage with Paris? a. Paris gives Lord Capulet all his wealth b. The wedding must be held at the chapel c. Lord Capulet must be allowed to give the bride away d. Juliet must give her consent

17 8. On what condition will Lord Capulet agree to Juliet’s marriage with Paris? a. Paris gives Lord Capulet all his wealth b. The wedding must be held at the chapel c. Lord Capulet must be allowed to give the bride away d. Juliet must give her consent

18 9. How do Lady Capulet and the Nurse feel about Paris’s proposal to Juliet? a. They are excited b. They are nervous c. They are envious d. They are angry

19 9. How do Lady Capulet and the Nurse feel about Paris’s proposal to Juliet? a. They are excited b. They are nervous c. They are envious d. They are angry

20 10. Where do Romeo and Juliet first see each other? a. On the balcony b. At the party c. While at supper d. On the beach

21 10. Where do Romeo and Juliet first see each other? a. On the balcony b. At the party c. While at supper d. On the beach

22 11. What is Juliet being compared to in this passage from the play: It seems she hangs upon the cheek of night As a rich jewel in an Ethiop’s ear-

23 11. What is Juliet being compared to in this passage from the play: It seems she hangs upon the cheek of night As a rich jewel in an Ethiop’s ear- An earring- sparkling jewelry.

24 12. Dramatic Irony is when the audience knows something the characters do not. Explain what is ironic about Juliet’s line? Go ask him his name.—If he be married My grave is like to be my wedding bed.

25 12. Dramatic Irony is when the audience knows something the characters do not. Explain what is ironic about Juliet’s line? Go ask him his name.—If he be married My grave is like to be my wedding bed. Juliet does not know that she will die because of Romeo, but because of the Prologue, the audience knows.

26 13. Explain the difference between Romeo’s love for Rosaline and his love for Juliet. How does Shakespeare demonstrate this difference?

27 Romeo is confused about his love with Rosaline; he doesn’t know how to express how he feels. With Juliet he is steady and sure. Shakespeare shows this difference in the language he uses to speak about each of them.

28 Between what two families does the feud exist? 14.______________________ and the 15._______________________

29 Between what two families does the feud exist? 14.Montagues and the 15.Capulets


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