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    Romeo & Juliet Act one, Scene one Questions 1. Who is fighting at the beginning of the first scene? * The servants of both houses (Montagues and Capulets) 2. Benvolio and Montague describe the way Romeo has been acting. What do they have to say about him? * Romeo has been...
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  • Ela Assingment
    will due. Act 2 Sene 1 Romeo is in love with Juliet and she’s in love with him but no one else knows Romeo sneaks away to go see her and Mercutio and Benvolio go looking for him. Act 2 Scene 2 Romeo sees Juliet on the balcony he climbs up the wall and they love eachother...
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  • Romeo and Juliet Act's Summarised
    , and he is from the house of Montague. Scene 2 Act 2, Scene 1: Romeo decides he cannot go home yet, but that he must find Juliet, he climbs the wall going into the Capulet orchard. Romeo’s friends call for him, Romeo however does not answer knowing they would try to stop him. Juliet appears on her...
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    - FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF- FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF- FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFExplore the ways that Romeo and Mercutio are presented in Act 2 Scene 4 and elsewhere in the play.ted in Act 2 Scene 4 and elsewhere in the play. Romeo and Juliet was written in the...
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  • Romeo and Juliet
    he had. 3. Mercutio mocks Romeo by talking about “Queen Mab” and agrees to attend the party with his friends. Act I Scene iiiii 1. Romeo sees Juliet at the party and says that it is first time he has seen a real beauty. 2. Tybalt recognizes Romeo by the sound of his voice and goes for his...
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  • The Dutch "Golden Age"
    in lines 119-120? Act 2 Study Guide for ROMEO & JULIET CHORUS 1. Paraphrase the chorus’s speech. What type of poem is this? ACT 2 SCENE I--Near Capulet’s Orchard 1. What is Mercutio saying in lines 7-17? What is his tone? 2. What is...
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  • Act 1 Scene1 Romeo and Juliet
    Shakespeare Romeo and Juliet; Act 1 and Act 2 Analysis Act 1 Scene 1 • The setting of the play is in Verona Italy. • The Capulet’s are people that like to start fights and say harsh things to the Montague’s; Example: Sampson: “I won’t eat dirt. If a Montague insults me. I will spit...
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  • Romeo and Juliet
    Romeo and Juliet Act One (study guide)   ACT ONE -SCENE ONE 1, Between what two families does the feud exist? ___Capulet____________ vs. _____Montague____________ 2. What decree does the Prince make after the street brawl? The next time there was trouble the penalty for the offender would...
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  • O.C.D
    shy, coy young girl to a witty and romantic girl. This paragraph is essential in showing Juliet’s love, passion, level headiness and independence. In Act 2 Scene 2 we know Juliet has fallen completely in love with Romeo. There are many ways in which Shakespeare shows us how Juliet has...
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  • Romeo and Juliet guide questions
    tell Juliet? 11. Why is Juliet annoyed at the beginning of scene 5? 12. What fears does Friar Laurence express in scene 6? 13. What is an example of dramatic irony from Act II? 14. What is an example of foreshadowing from Act II? Act III 1. Why has Tybalt come looking for Romeo? 2. What does...
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  • loluhu
     - Paul Choi Act 2, Scene 1 STALKERFAN.COM Oh, Juliet. You are so beauty, so that prince of Montague’s falling love with ya. SLAG.COM You’re such a little kid Julie. Don’t trust boys. You gotta know that he dropped a girl once. Act 2, Scene 2 STALKERFAN.COM Romeo, how did you change ur...
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  • Shakespeare Quotes
    Romeo & Juliet - Act Three Notes Scene one Central Developments: 1. This is a pivotal scene in the play. From this point forward the action accelerates toward the catastrophe surrounding the tragedy of Romeo & Juliet’s death. 2. The scene opens with the fateful meeting in the...
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  • romeo and juliet
    serious, line 64.   Homework: Act 1, scene 2: Capulet and Paris discuss Paris’s desire to marry Capulet’s daughter, Juliet. Capulet is worried that Juliet is too young to get married. “And too soon marred are those so early married” [Line 13] Meanwhile Romeo and Benvolio continue to argue about...
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  • explore how shakespeare shows conflict in romeo and juliet act 1 scene 1 act 3 scene 1
    rehearsal room on page 38, explore Romeo’s speech. Use page 42 From the rehearsal room: Pointing on pronouns to explore the Working Cut version of the lovers’ conversation. Discuss as a class how Romeo and Juliet have behaved and add quotations to their silhouettes. 4 Read Act 2 Scene 6 together...
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  • Reading Log
    Sean Jaquez Section C Reading Log: Romeo and Juliet: Act II 1- ** Act II, scene 2: This is one of the most famous in all of Shakespeare’s plays. Read it carefully: Summarize this scene! What happens? How have the characters changed, evolved or developed? What conflicts arise...
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  • Romeo
    opened by Romeo is madly in love with Juliet. But he will have a low chance of seeing Juliet because their families are enemies. But they can meet in streets and that they will find a way to be together.  Act 2, SceneRomeo leaves the house of Capulet and wanders around wanting to be with...
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  • romeo juleit
    lot about "sun", "moon" etc...which might suggest that the relationship is from the heaven. Also it might suggest that the relationship is imaginary and Romeo doesnt take it seriously. In Act 2 Scene 2, Romeo again addresses Juliet as someone holy and from the heaven, "bright angel". In the balcony...
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  • Romeo and Juliet
    dear, So soon forsaken? Young men’s love then lies Not truly in their hearts, but in their eyes.’ (Act 2, Scene 3) The friar warns that there is a difference between love and being attracted to someone because of their looks. Romeo is convinced he is in love and Juliet reciprocates his feelings, in...
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  • Idk What This Is
    gapes to be his heir. That fair for which love groaned for and would die, With tender Juliet matched, is now not fair. Find four more rhyming lines in the second prologue. metaphor: an implied comparison between two unlike things Example: In Act 2, Scene 2, line 3, Romeo uses a metaphor...
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  • Love and Death in Romeo and Juliet
    of mortals that fall back to gaze on him, when he bestrides the lazy puffing clouds, and sails upon the bosom of the air." in Act 2, Scene 2. At this time Juliet is talking to herself on the balcony and is upset over the fact that Romeo is part of an enemy family. Romeo and Juliet's deep love for...
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