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Romeo and Juliet Review Trivia
Transcript of Romeo and Juliet Review Trivia
Review Trivia Round One Name that Character Hi! I'm a member of the Prince's
family and I'm one of Romeo's best friends. I think I'm really funny and love to make people laugh. a. Benvolio
d. Tybalt Hello, I work for the Capulet family
I am loyal and faithful in helping their daughter. a. Peter
d. Rosaline Hello! I am Juliet's cousin and I really,
really, really hate the Montagues. a. Paris
d. Tybalt Hi, I'm a nephew of Montague and
I really don't ever want to make trouble. I like to look out for my friends. a. Benvolio
d. Abram Hello, I am the Prince of Verona.
My first name is: a. Sampson
d. Escalus Round Two Plot Points Which occurred first? a. Romeo kills Tybalt
b. Romeo and Juliet get married
c. Paris approaches Capulet about marrying Juliet
d. Mercutio gets stabbed When do Romeo and Juliet get married? a. End of Act I
b. Beginning of Act II
c. End of Act II
d. Beginning of Act III In Act I, The Prince
declares that : a. Anyone who marries from the opposing family will be killed.
b. He will imprison anyone who fights each other.
c. Law breakers will be banished.
d. Anyone who fights and disturbs the peace will be killed. Why does Juliet get angry with the nurse? a. She threatens to tell Juliet's parents about her marriage to Romeo.
b. The Nurse tells Juliet that she should marry Paris.
c. The Nurse refuses to help Juliet escape to be with Romeo.
d. The Nurse does not step in when Juliet's father is yelling at her. Why does Tybalt first challenge
Romeo to a duel? a. He is offended that Romeo loves his cousin.
b. He is offended that Romeo shows up at the Capulet ball.
c. He is offended that Romeo bites his thumb at him.
d. Tybalt does not challenge Romeo to a duel; he challenges Mercutio. Round Three Quotes "If ever you disturb our streets again, Your lives shall pay the forfeit of the peace." a. Romeo
d. Prince "But woo her, gentle Paris, get
her heart. My will to her consent
is but a part." a. Nurse
c. Lady Capulet
d. Tybalt "Deny thy father and
refuse thy name." a. Romeo
c. Friar Lawrence
d. Juliet "What's in a name? That which
we call a rose by any other name
would smell as sweet." a. Juliet
d. Mercutio "It is not so deep as a well, nor so wide as a
church door; but ‘tis enough, ‘twill serve.
Look for me tomorrow and you will
find me a grave man…” “Thou cutt’st my head off with
a golden ax and smilest upon the
stroke that murders me.” a. Tybalt
d. Romeo “Out you green sickness carrion! Out you baggage! You
tallow face.” a. Juliet
c. Lady Capulet
d. Capulet “I think you are happy in this second match, for it excels your first, or if it did not, your first is dead – or ‘twere as good he were living here and you have no use of him.” a. Nurse
b. Friar Lawrence
d. Lady Capulet "Death lies on her like an untimely frost upon the sweetest flower of all the field." a. Romeo
b. Friar Lawrence
d. Capulet "The heavens do lour upon you for some ill,
move them no more by crossing
their high will." a. Capulet
d. Friar Lawrence "It is not so deep as a well, nor so wide as a church door; but ‘tis enough, ‘twill serve. Look for me tomorrow and you will find me a grave man…” a. Romeo
d. Tybalt Round Four Literary Devices A short remark by a character in a
play intended to be heard by the
audience but not by the other
characters on stage. a. Soliloquy
d. Couplet Juliet having a breakdown and
becoming terrified of taking the
potion is an example of a: a. Monologue
b. Soliloquy Friar Lawrence explaining the plan to
Juliet is an example of a: a. Monologue
b. Soliloquy Benvolio explaining the
details of the deaths of Mercutio and Tybalt is an example of a: a. Monologue
b. Soliloquy a. Romeo
d. Tybalt Juliet describing her love and anger
towards Romeo after she learns he has killed Tybalt is an example of a: a. Monologue
b. Soliloquy "But, soft! what light through yonder window breaks?
It is the east, and Juliet is the sun." a. Metaphor
b. Simile "Death lies upon her like an
untimely frost..." a. Metaphor
b. Simile "Love goes toward love as schoolboys
from their books..." a. Metaphor
b. Simile "My lips, two blushing pilgrims,
ready stand to smooth that rough touch with a tender kiss". a. Metaphor
b. Simile Bonus Round Please take out a blank sheet of paper and
tear it into five pieces. Each question will be worth 3 points. This is the literary device to describe
when the audience knows
more about the plot than
the characters in the book or play. Please write down your answer and bring it to the front of the room. "Ask for me tomorrow, and you shall
find me a grave man," is an example
of which literary device? Please write down your answer and bring it to the
front of the room. This is the literary term to describe
an extreme exaggeration. Please write down your answer and bring it to the
front of the room. When is Juliet's birthday? Please write down your answer and bring it to the
front of the room. For how long will the potion make
Juliet sleep? Please write down your answer and bring it to the
front of the room.