Romeo and Juliet QA

Tybalt Capulet – Capulet cousin who is easily angered
Mercutio Montague – Dies by Tybalt’s sword
Romeo Montague – Dies from drinking the poison
Nurse Capulet – Acts like Juliet’s mother
Paris Capulet – Seeks Capulet’s permission to marry Juliet
Juliet Capulet – Daughter of Lord Capulet
Capulet Capulet – Hosts a big party at his house
Friar Lawrence Marries the young lovers
Montague Montague – Romeo’s father
Prince Banishes Romeo from Verona
What ends the hatred between the two families? Romeo and Juliet’s death
Who does Romeo originally look for when he goes to the Capulet party? Rosaline
Where do Romeo and Juliet meet? The Capulet party
Who wants Juliet to marry Paris? Capulet and Lady Capulet
Where does Romeo go in the next scene after meeting Juliet? The Capulet orchard (balcony scene)
Why does Friar Lawrence agree to marry Romeo and Juliet? He thinks it will bring peace
Who does Tybalt kill? Mercutio
Who kills Tybalt? Romeo
How does Juliet die? She stabs herself with Romeo’s dagger
How does Romeo die? Drinks a potion
In the beginning, what does the Prince say further family fighting will result in? Death
Why is Romeo sad at the beginning of the play? He feels that Rosaline does not love him (she lives a life of chaste)
When Paris first asks Capulet to marry Juliet She is too young
Why does Tybalt become upset at the Capulet feast? There are Montague family members at the feast
If Romeo is serious about the wedding, Juliet wants him to send her what? A time and place for where it is going to be
Romeo wants to tell the Nurse that they will get married where? Friar Lawrence’s cell
Why is Romeo upset about getting banished? He can’t see juliet
What does banishment equal to Romeo? Death
To what city is Romeo banished? Mantua
Why is Romeo banished? He killed Tybalt
What does the Nurse advise Juliet to do after Romeo is exiled? To marry Paris
What does Romeo first compare Juliet to during the balcony scene? “the morning sun”
Whom does Mercutio curse as he lies dying after the duet? Both Montague and Capulet families – “a plague of both your houses”