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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Act 3, Scene 2.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. At the end of Act 1, Scene 2, Romeo agrees to do what?
(a) Attend the party to admire Rosaline.
(b) Attend the party to anger the Capulets.
(c) Attend the party to make his parents happy.
(d) Attend the party to meet Juliet.
2. In Romeo's opening speech in Act 2, Scene 2, he refers to Juliet as __________.
(a) An Ethiopian princess.
(b) The goddess Diana.
(c) The moon.
(d) The sun.
3. What irony faces Capulet's servant in Act 1, Scene 2?
(a) He cannot read the list of invited guests, and asks a Montague's help.
(b) He cannot speak, but has been instructed to invite guests to the party.
(c) He cannot read the list of invited guests, and therefore invites no one.
(d) He cannot understand Italian, and does not get Capulet's instructions.
4. Romeo claims he does not know what name he should identify himself by because _______________.
(a) His name is hard to pronounce in Italian.
(b) His name is an enemy to Juliet, and therefore hateful to him.
(c) His name is an enemy to Juliet, and he is afraid to identify himself at her home.
(d) He cannot remember his name.
5. Why is there more "peril" in Juliet's eye than in her kinsmen's swords?
(a) Because Juliet is deceitful and may kill him.
(b) Because the risk of loving Juliet puts him in danger.
(c) Because Juliet's love is unhealthy.
(d) Because Romeo cannot fight a female.
Short Answer Questions
1. At the beginning of Act 1, Scene 2, Capulet and Paris discuss _________.
2. Capulet allows that his consent is one part of the courtship agreement, but the other part is ___________.
3. At the end of Act 2, Scene 5, the nurse finally reveals that Romeo will __________________.
4. Benvolio suggests Romeo attend the Capulet party in order to ______________.
5. Juliet's soliloquy in Act 2, Scene 2 suggests Romeo's name alone ___________.
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