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|Subject: Romeo and Juliet Acts II-III Test Sat Jan 31, 2009 11:07 am|| |
Name: ____________________________Romeo and Juliet Acts II-III Test (2nd Period)Multiple Choice Questions (Choose the best answer; worth 2 points each):
Instead of leaving the Capulet party with his friends, Romeo _________.
- What does the Chorus say about Romeo at the beginning of Act II? ________
- The chorus says that Romeo does not know who he loves.
- The chorus says that Romeo met lots of beautiful girls at the party.
- The chorus says that Romeo no longer loves Rosaline, but wants to marry Juliet.
- The chorus says that Romeo wishes that he had never gone to the party.
leaps over the wall and hides in the Capulet’s orchard
leaves the party with Rosaline
leaves the party by himself
refuses to leave the party
To what does Romeo first compare Juliet during the famous balcony scene? ____
a summer’s day
the morning sun
Juliet quickly admits her love for Romeo in the famous balcony scene because______?
she wants to marry him
she is sure his love is true
she is not a flirt
he has overheard her thinking aloud about her love for him
Tybalt sends a letter to Lord Montague’s home saying________?
- What do Romeo and Juliet decide to do about their love? ___________
- They plan to have Friar Lawrence marry them
- The Nurse will lead them out of Verona, away from the Montague and Capulet clans
- They plan to marry, with their parents’ permission, when Juliet turns sixteen
- The Montagues will hide Juliet in their home after the couple has married
he is angry because of jokes Mercutio makes about him
Juliet will marry him with the permission of Lord Capulet
He has a feud to settle with Romeo and wishes to challenge Romeo
He will spy for the Montague family if he can marry Rosaline
Friar Lawrence scolds Romeo in Act II because ________?
Romeo is causing trouble by wooing Juliet
Romeo is so changeable in love
Juliet is too young to marry
Romeo has been unfaithful to Rosaline
In Act II, the action focuses in the plans of Romeo and Juliet. When the Nurse brings Juliet the message from Romeo, the Nurse intensifies the moment by________?
going on and on about her pains, thus leaving Juliet in suspense
refusing to pass on the message until she has been properly tipped
betraying Romeo and encouraging Juliet to marry Paris
giving the message to Juliet’s mother instead of Juliet herself
When a character delivers a soliloquy, he or she ___________?
directs his or her thoughts to other characters onstage
expresses private thoughts to the audience
speaks from behind a curtain or somewhere offstage
describes an event that is related to but not a part of the dialogue in the play
Dramatic Irony occurs _______?
whenever Shakespeare stages a fight
when the audience knows something that the characters in the play do not
when the friar believes he can unite the feuding families
when Juliet is insecure about Romeo’s true feelings
In Scene i of Act III, Mercutio speaks the following line: “Tybalt, you ratcatcher, will you walk?” Mercutio wants Tybalt to ____________.
give up the fight
join Mercutio for the evening
</LI>Why does Tybalt first challenge Romeo to a duel? _______
The prince punishes Romeo by __________.
- He is offended that Romeo loves his cousin
- He is offended that Romeo bites his thumb at him
- He is offended that Romeo shows up at the Capulet’s party
- Tybalt does not challenge Romeo to a duel; he challenges Mercutio
- At first, Romeo doesn’t want to fight Tybalt because Romeo __________.
- is a coward
- is now related to Tybalt by marriage
- thinks that Mercutio has a better chance of beating Tybalt
- is on his way to marry Juliet
sentencing him to death
annulling his marriage
banishing him from Verona forever
sentencing him to jail
When the prince arrives, Benvolio _____________.
promises to bring Romeo to the prince
recounts the events of the killings to the prince
delivers a message from Romeo to Juliet
confesses to the killings of Tybalt to the prince
All of the following consequences result from Romeo’s killing of Tybalt except______
Juliet decides that Paris is more honorable than Romeo
Romeo and Juliet cannot reveal their marriage
Juliet is to be married to Paris almost immediately
Romeo is banished from Verona
When the Nurse comes in Juliet first believes that ________ is dead.
The Nurse helps Juliet by _____________.
persuading Juliet to tell her parents of her marriage to Romeo
going to Friar Lawrence with a ring of Juliet’s for Romeo
never arguing with Juliet and always praising Romeo
hiding the news about Tybalt and Romeo from Juliet
Which statement is True about Paris?
His interest in Juliet lessens after Tybalt’s death
He visits the house of Montague and speaks with Benvolio
He enjoys puns and games that match people’s wits
He wishes to marry a woman he does not know well
Lord Capulet responds to the death of Tybalt by ___________.
traveling to Mantua in order to murder Romeo himself
arranging the immediate marriage of Paris and Juliet
negotiating with the prince for Romeo’s banishment
asking Paris to leave Verona and await further word
All of the following events happen at the conclusion of Act III except _______.
the Nurse suggests that Juliet forget Romeo and marry Paris
Juliet refuses to marry Paris
Lord Capulet scorns his only child and vows to disown her
Lady Capulet convinces Lord Capulet that Paris should leave Verona
The turning point in Romeo and Juliet occurs when _________.
Romeo and Juliet marry
Mercutio is killed
Romeo kills Tybalt
Juliet’s parents arrange her marriage to Paris
How many days have passed from the beginning of the play to the end of Act III?
less than 2
at least 4
more than a week
Which of the following events serves as a complication to the main conflict of Romeo and Juliet? ________.
At first, Romeo refuses to fight with Tybalt
Juliet receives news of Romeo and Tybalt from the Nurse
Friar Lawrence tells Romeo to leave for Mantua by morning
Lord Capulet arranges for his daughter to marry Paris
As Juliet encounters more conflicts and problems, her character changes, and she _______.
runs away from her problems
pushes away her elders and threatens suicide
finds herself unable to make a decision
confesses that her life with Romeo is ill-fated and wants to leave him