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Who dies first?
a) Romeo b) Juliet c) Paris d)
How does Romeo die?
a) Poison b) Dagger c) Sword Fight d) From a broken heart
How does Juliet die?
a) Dagger b) Poison c) Potion d) From a broken heart
Which of the following characters dies?
a) Lady Montague b) Montague c) Lady Capulet d) Capulet
Why didn't Friar John deliver the letter to Romeo?
a) He was quarantined. b) He forgot. c) He was arrested. d) He arrived at Mantua after Romeo had headed back to Verona.
Who arrived at the tomb first?
a) Paris b) Friar Lawrence c) Romeo d) John
Why does the apothecary give Romeo the vial?
a) He is too poor not to. b) He agrees that Romeo needs to kill himself. c) He thinks Romeo will use it to kill a wicked ruler. d) He wants Romeo dead.
Who is Balthazar?
a) Romeo's servant b) The apothecary c) The speedy friair d) The grave digger
How many acts are in a Shakespearean play?
a) 5 b) 3 c) 6 d) It varies
What is the fastest way to tell if a Shakespearean play is a tragedy?
a) Look at the title b) Read it c) Look it up online d) Ask Mrs. Doane (or whomever is your teacher)
During which act of a Shakespearean play does the climax occur?
a) Act 3 b) Act 5 c) Act 4 d) It varies
Who said this: A rose by any other name would small as sweet.
a) Juliet b) Romeo c) Friar Lawrence d) Nurse
What does wherefore mean?
a) why b) where c) how d) when
Who said this: A plague o' both your houses.
a) Tybalt b) Prince Escalus c) Mercutio d) the apothecary
According to the play, could the tragedy of their love have been avoided?
a) No b) Yes c) d)
What ancient story was Romeo and Juliet based on?
a) Pyramus and Thisbe b) Adam and Eve c) Sleeping Beauty d) None; it was entirely a creation of Shakespeare
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