Romeo and Juliet Quiz Act 3

1. Who does Tybalt originally challenge to fight? 2. What reason does Romeo give for not fighting Tybalt? Include a QUOTE from the text:

3. Who says, “A plague on both your houses!” and why does he say this? 4. Tybalt ends up killing: a. Romeo b. Benvolio c. Mercutio d. Paris 5. “for Mercutio’s soul / Is but a little way above our heads, / Staying for thine to keep him company. / Either thou or I, or both, must go with him.” a. Who is speaking? b. Who is he or she speaking to? 6. When Benvolio relates to the Prince what happened, what does he say Romeo tried to do before Mercutio was killed? 7. What does Lady Capulet request of the Prince? Include a QUOTE:

8. What is Romeo’s punishment for killing Tybalt? 9. What does the term “banishment” mean? Look it up in the dictionary and include a definition here:

10. What piece of news has upset Juliet the most? 11. What does the Nurse promise to do for Juliet? 12. Where does Romeo run and hide after he is exiled?

13. What is Friar Lawrence’s four-step plan for helping Romeo? 1. 2. 3. 4. 14. What do Lord and Lady Capulet think is the reason for Juliet’s crying? 15. What does Lord Capulet decide to do for Juliet and Paris? 16. If Juliet’s mother does not arrange to delay the marriage, what will Juliet do? 17. What is Capulet’s reaction to Juliet’s threats? 18. What is the nurse’s advice to Juliet? 19. How does Juliet’s attitude toward the nurse change? 20. What “scheme” does Juliet devise to get rid of the nurse and to get out of the house? 21. Mercutio decides to fight Tybalt because he really hates all Montagues. TRUE FALSE 22. Romeo only kills Tybalt because he seeks revenge for Mercutio. TRUE FALSE 23. Juliet is more upset at her husband’s banishment than at her cousin’s death. TRUE FALSE 24. Romeo takes the news of his banishment like a man. TRUE FALSE 25. Lady Capulet understands and sympathizes with her daughter at Juliet’s reluctance to marry Paris. TRUE FALSE

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