english 9 romeo and juliet final

it tells the audience exactly what is going to happen in the play what is the purpose of the chorus in the prologue?
Capulet and Montague servants quarrel over petty insults when does the fight in scene 1 start?
the long-running feud between the Capulets and Montagues this fight between Tybalt and Benvolio in Act I is a bit of dramatic exposition that establishes what?
mercutio makes a lot of jokes and puns about love, but romeo is serious about love and does not take it as a joke how or why can Mercutio be described as a foil to Romeo?
it is her true feelings and she cannot hide them why does Juliet quickly admit her love to Romeo?
to provide relief of the tragedy what is the purpose of the humor arising from the nurse’s comic character?
going on about her plans, leaving Juliet in suspense in act II, the action focuses on the wedding plans of Romeo and Juliet. how does the nurse intensify the feeling of action when she brings Juliet the message from Romeo?
she fears for Romeo’s safety and their love’s safety. in the balcony love scene, several of Juliet’s speeches convey a sense of foreboding. what fears does she mention? when does dramatic irony occur?
romeo planed to marry juliet so he would be related to tybalt by marriage why doesn’t Romeo want to fight Tybalt at first?
he was going to kill romeo, but then decided to expel him how does the Prince punish Romeo?
romeo and juliet cannot reveal their marriage what consequences result from Romeo’s killing of Tybalt?
pushes away her elders and threatens suicide as Juliet encounters more conflicts and problems, how does her character change?
when tybalt dies the turning point of the play occurs when what happens?
paris a kingsman of the Prince, and the suitor of Juliet most preferred by Capulet. Once Capulet has promised him he can marry Juliet, he behaves very presumptuous toward, acting as if they are already married.
lord capulet the patriarch of the Capulet family, father of Juliet, husband of Lady Capulet, and enemy, for unexplained reasons, of Montague.
benvolio montague’s nephew, Romeo’s cousin and thoughtful friend, he makes a genuine effort to defuse violent scenes in public places, though Mercutio accuses him of having a nasty temper in private. He spends most of the play trying to help Romeo get his mind off Rosaline, even after Romeo has fallen in love with Juliet.
if she is brave enough to kill herself, she is brave enough to take a sleeping pill why does Friar Laurence think Juliet is brave enough to take the sleeping potion?
juliet’s wedding to paris being moved up one day sooner Friar Laurence sets a plan in motion. what is not part of his plan?
that she is afraid in her soliloquy, what does Juliet admit?
in disbelief, desperation, and paranoria how do the Capulets, the nurse, and Paris react to Juliet’s supposed death?
to lighten the mood of the play why might’ve Shakespeare included the scene between Peter and the musicians?
she is going crazy and she would rather kill herself than marry pairs in scene 1, how does the playwright present insights into Juliet’s developing character?
dramatic irony Because the audience knows that Juliet is alive, the scene in which the Capulets, the nurse, and Paris bemoan her death is an illustration of what?
she becomes more mature and more in love with Romeo during the course of the play, how do we see Juliet change?
their children fall in love but lose their lives as a result of the feud how does “heaven,” or fate, punish the Capulets and Montagues for their feud?
the audience knows juliet is not dead when Romeo hears that Juliet is dead, how is it dramatic irony?
love is stronger than hate, things will come naturally with time, love is natural and not forced what are some possible themes of the play?
soliloquy which element of drama is always used to give the audience information about a character’s private thoughts?