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Romeo and Juliet - Act I Review

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3.Mercutio can be described as a _____ to Romeo because unlike Romeo, he does not take love seriously.
6.“See, where he comes! I’ll know his _____, or be much denied.” – Benvolio
7.Lord Capulet instructs Count Paris to _____ Juliet.
8.Lord Montague asks _____ to explain how this opening quarrel began.
9.“O, she doth teach the torches to burn bright!” – Romeo exclaims about _____.
10.Tybalt hates the word peace as he hates all _____.
14.Romeo and Juliet are _____, or ill-fated.
17.Rosaline is well armed ‘in strong proof of _____ and thus unharmed by Cupid’s arrow.
20.Earlier that day, Benvolio saw Romeo crying in the sycamore _____ to the west of the city.
22.Romeo agrees to go only ‘to rejoice in splendor of mine own’ or to rejoice in the beauty of his _____.
23.Mercutio alludes Queen Mab to explain that dreams are made of nothing but _____.
24.Lord Capulet explains that Juliet is still a _____ in the world and is too young to marry.
26.Juliet is not yet _____ years old.
30.Sampson and Gregory are _____ for the Capulet family.
31.Lord Montague hopes that good _____ will lighten his son’s mood.
32.“I have a soul of _____ so stakes me to the ground I cannot move.” – Romeo to
33.Romeo confesses his love for Juliet in religious imagery through the form of a _____.
35.According to Prince Escalus, this is the _____ fight between the two families.
36.In the prologue, the _____ briefly summarizes the plot of the play
37.After realizing Romeo is a Montague, Juliet exclaims, “My only love sprung from my only _____!”
1.Benvolio suggests that Romeo give his eyes _____ (or freedom) by examining other beauties
2.The main setting of this story takes place in _____.
4.Juliet shows _____ to her parents by agreeing to consider Paris as a future husband.
5.Romeo _____ his untimely death at the end of Scene 4.
11.His love for _____ is the sadness that lengthens Romeo’s hours.
12.Lord Capulet calls Tybalt a _____ boy and a princox for getting heated over Romeo’s appearance.
13.“If ever you _____ our streets again, your lives shall pay the forfeit of the peace.” – Prince Escalus
15.“I do but keep the _____.” – Benvolio
16.The lovelorn Romeo has been locking out the fair _____ in his chamber.
18.“_____ than she are happy mothers made.” – Count Paris
19._____ is an honor Juliet dreams not of.
21.The literary term used in Romeo’s lines: “O brawling love! O loving hate!”
23.Romeo asks Benvolio to teach him how to _____.
25.Lord Capulet sends a servant to _____ guests to his party.
27.Prince Escalus orders his rebellious subjects to throw their mistemper’d _____ to the ground.
28.Romeo and Juliet meet at a _____ ball.
29.The only way to end the families’ feud is through Romeo and Juliet’s _____.
31.“Compare her face with some that I shall show, and I will make thee think thy swan a _____.” – Benvolio
34.Tybalt recognizes Romeo not by his face but by his _____.
35.Romeo complains to Mercutio that love pricks like a _____.

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