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Act 2 of Romeo and Juliet

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  • Q1
    What is the definition for Personification?
    Personifying someone
    Comparing one thing to another
    human characteristics that are given to an object, animal or idea
    Describing an object using vivid details
  • Q2
    What is the definition of Oxymoron?
    a type of expression
    special kind of concise paradox that brings together 2 contradictory terms
    two words that have the same meaning
    a type of medicine
  • Q3
    What is the definition for Dramatic Irony?
    the reader knows something that the character does not know
    a form of comedy that relies on physical humor
    a type of acting characters use on stage
    a plot twist
  • Q4
    What is the definition for Situational Irony?
    a form of storytelling that focuses on characters
    a type of humor based on wordplay and puns
    a scene that the reader is reading
    contrast between what a reader expects and what actually happens
  • Q5
    What is the definition for Verbal Irony?
    the speaker uses language that is straightforward, without any hidden meanings
    a form of communication in which a character talks to another character
    a character laughing
    when someone knowingly exaggerates or says one thing and means another
  • Q6
    What is the definition for Analogy?
    comparing a character to another character
    two words that don't go together
    a point by point comparison between two things that are alike in some respect
    a type of speech produced by a character
  • Q7
    What is the definition for Monologue?
    a form of dramatic entertainment, comedic solo, prologue talk
    a dramatic scene caused by characters
    when a character argues with themselves
    when two characters talk about ideas and opinions
  • Q8
    Where does Romeo go after the Capulet's party?
    his bedroom
    to Mercutio's house
    to the forest
    into the Capulet orchard (garden)
  • Q9
    Juliet is afraid that the love between Romeo and herself....
    will bring danger
    is unimportant
    is not as important as her love for Paris
    has come too quickly
  • Q10
    Juliet tells Romeo that if he loves her, he will...
    ghost her
    marry her
    start acting weird
    tell her parents
  • Q11
    Which event in Friar Laurence's cell happens last in Scene 3?
    Friar Laurence agrees to marry Romeo and Juliet
    Romeo is given advice
    Friar Laurence talks to Romeo about his plants
    Friar Laurence shames Romeo for loving Rosaline
  • Q12
    Why does the Nurse delay telling Juliet about Romeo's plans?
    She enjoys teasing Juliet
    She doesn't want them to get married
    She likes Paris more than she likes Romeo
    She is angry with Juliet
  • Q13
    Shakespeare includes a soliloquy at the beginning of Scene 3 to reveal Friar Laurence's belief that people...
    come from a womb
    don't know anything about life
    live like plants
    are both good and evil
  • Q14
    What plan does Romeo share with the Nurse?
    that Peter knows about the marriage
    Juliet will say that she is going to confession but will marry Romeo instead
    Romeo and The Nurse will teach Mercutio a lesson for being rude
    Romeo will meet his friends for dinner
  • Q15
    Why is Friar Laurence concerned about Romeo's request to marry Juliet?
    Romeo's parents have a feud with the Capulet's
    The Prince has been strict recently
    Romeo and Juliet are still young
    Romeo falls in love too quickly

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