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Romeo and JulietStudy Guide
  1. How does Sampson begin the quarrel with
    Montagues servants?
  2. According to Romeo, what vow has Rosaline taken?
  3. How old is Juliet?
  4. Why does Tybalt send for his sword during the
    feast?
  5. How do Romeo and Juliet learn each others
    identity?
  6. In the 1st scene, Mercutio thinks Romeo is still
    in love with _____.
  7. Juliet tells Romeo to send a message if he
    intends to __________.
  8. Before Romeo enters the cell, Friar Lawrence is
    collecting ______.
  9. ___________ has sent Romeo a letter challenging
    him to a duel.
  10. Why does Friar Lawrence agree to marry Romeo and
    Juliet?

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Study guide-page 2
  • Romeo and Juliet Act III
  • How does Romeo react to Tybalts challenge? Why?
  • Why did Mercutio fight Tybalt?
  • Summarize the events following Mercutios fight
    until the Princes sentence.
  • How did Juliet respond to what happened?
  • What were 3 things Friar Lawrence told Romeo he
    should be grateful for?
  • What decision does Lord Capulet make concerning
    Juliet?
  • Give 1 example of allusion?

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Romeo and Juliet study question page 3
  • Act IV
  • What is the major conflict in Act IV with Juliet?
  • What is Friar Lawrences plan?
  • How was Romeo to get the message about the plan?
  • Act V
  • Why is this drama considered a tragedy?
  • What message did Romeo receive?
  • What happened to the message from Friar Lawrence?
  • Explain the dramatic irony in this act.
  • Explain the theme
  • See what a scourge is laid upon your hate, That
    heaven finds means to kill your joys with love.
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