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1 ROMEO AND JULIET FINAL TEST STUDY GUIDE 8 th Grade Ms. Frazier 1. In the Prologue, the is the voice that gives us the background for the play. a) Chorus b) Characters c) Narrator d) Main Character 2. This story mainly takes place in, Italy. a) Mantua b) Venice c) Verona d) Paris 3. asks Lord Capulet if he may marry Juliet. a) Romeo b) Paris c) Benvolio d) Tybalt 4. When Lady Capulet tells Juliet of the plans to marry Paris, How does Juliet feel about marriage? a) She is ready to leave the house b) She is not old enough yet c) She ll marry only if it s Romeo d) She is happy to marry a rich, powerful man. 5. Romeo and his friends escape detection at the party because they are wearing. a) Costumes b) boots c) masks d) rings 6. Juliet finds out that Romeo is a. a) Capulet b) Prince c) Hottie d) Montague 7. Romeo finds out that Juliet is a. a) Capulet b) Prince c) Hottie d) Montague 8. When Juliet finds out about Romeo s last name, she says a) "My only love sprung from my only hate." b) "To be or not to be? That is the question." c) "That which we call a nose would still smell." c) "My only hatred is also love." 9. The are throwing a huge feast. a) Montagues b) Friars c) Royalty d) Capulets 10. Who asks his uncle to kick Romeo out of the party? a) Benvolio b) Tybalt c) Mercutio d) Paris 11. What is the name of the woman (girl) who just broke Romeo s heart at the beginning of the play? a) Juliet b) Rosalind c) Susan d) Nurse 12. The Prince tells the fighters, "If you ever disturb our streets again, your lives shall pay the forfeit of the peace." 13. When Romeo meets Juliet for the first time, to what does he compare her? a) A rose b) A dream c) A jewel d) A party 14. Benvolio gives Romeo the "Queen Mab" speech.

2 15. How is Tybalt related to Juliet? a) cousin b) uncle c) fiancé d) dad 16. In the famous "balcony" scene, when Juliet says "Romeo, Romeo! Wherefore art thou Romeo?" (Act II, Sc. 2, line 33), what is she asking? a) Where is Romeo? b) Where is the night? c) Why don t you like art? d) Why are you Romeo, a Montague? 17. Why does Romeo hate his own name? a) Because his "name" is Juliet s enemy b) Because, admit it, it sounds dumb c) Because he wants to be Juliet s cousin d) Because he would rather be named Rose 18. What do Romeo and Juliet plan to do the following day? a) get married b) sneak out and go swimming c) go on a picnic d) kill themselves 19. What is the name of Romeo s spiritual advisor? a) Friar Tuck b) Friar Chuck c) Friar Lawrence c) French Friar 20. Why does the Friar finally agree to marry Romeo and Juliet? a) He believes it will bring the families together again b) He is about to quit being a priest anyway c) He can see how much Romeo truly loves Juliet d) He does not agree to marry them 21. Which member of the Capulet household is not only aware of the marriage, but is assisting with it? a) Lady Capulet b) Paris c) Samson d) The Nurse 22. What is Friar Lawrence s fears of marrying the couple? a) He may get in trouble with the two families b) They are not really in love c) He can not remember the wedding ceremony d) Both a and b 23. In Romeo and Juliet, who speaks in rhyme? a) servants b) the rich and the royalty c) teenagers d) the poor 24. William Shakespeare wrote most of his plays and sonnets in what rhyming pattern? a) iambic pentameter b) imagery c) rhyming couplets d) puns 25. Choose the best set of words that fit into the blanks respectively. "What s in a? That which we call a by any other word would smell as. a) rose; Montague; sweet b) name; rose; sour c) name; rose; sweet d) rose; name; sweet

3 To which family do the following characters belong? 26. Romeo a) Capulet b) Montague 27. Juliet a)capulet b) Montague 28. Benvolio a) Capulet b) Montague 29. Tybalt a) Capulet b) Montague 30. Nurse (with which family is she associated) a) Capulet b) Montague 31. In Act III, Who wants to fight Romeo? a) Benvolio b) Paris c) Tybalt d) Friar Lawrence 32. Romeo finally fights the above person in order to a) defend himself b) defend Benvolio c) protect Mercutio d) avenge Mercutio s death 33. Who dies in this act? (ACT III) a) Tybalt b) Mercutio c) Romeo d) A and B 34. The nurse s description of the fight leads Juliet to believe that Romeo a) is dead b) has abandoned her c) no longer loves her d) is still the Capulet s enemy 35. Lady Capulet thinks her threat to send someone to poison Romeo will make Juliet a) angry b) guilty c) frightened d) comforted 36. What does Capulet use in an attempt to get Juliet to agree to marry Paris? a) Pleas b) threats c) tears d) promises 37. Why does Juliet tell the Nurse that her advice about marrying Paris has comforted her? a) She no longer trusts the Nurse with her secrets b) She feels soothed because the advice is practical c) She is using sarcasm to show the Nurse her anger d) She wants the Nurse to calm down before asking for help 38. Which of the following is an example of a soliloquy in Act III? a) Juliet s speech as she awaits Romeo b) Benvolio s speech describing the fight c) Friar Lawrence s "There art thou happy" speech d) Romeo and Juliet s dialogue as they say farewell

4 39. Which of the following events that occur in Act III would be considered a turning point for the play? a) Romeo, Tybalt and Mercutio s fight b) Romeo killing Tybalt c) Romeo s banishment d) all of the above 40. How does the turning point of the play effect the mood of the play after the above event(s) occur? a) the mood is lighter, more happy b) the mood is dark and sad c) the mood is now adventurous and exciting d) none of the above 41. What every day electronic item can we compare the birds that Juliet hears after her night with Romeo? a) alarm clock b) hair dryer c) can opener d) pencil sharpener 42. Why do Juliet s parents think she is sad? a) Because of Romeo s banishment b) Because the Nurse isn t her friend anymore c) Because of Tybalt s death d) Because she must marry Paris 43. What does Lord Capulet threaten to do if Juliet does not agree to marry Paris? a) disown her b) kill her c) beat her d) none of the above 44. What is Lord Capulet planning for Juliet? a) Surprise her with a marriage to Romeo b) Surprise her with a marriage to Paris c) A 15th birthday party d) An engagement party for Romeo and Juliet 45. Where does Romeo go after his banishment? a) Verona b) Venice c) Paris d) Mantua 46. Whom does Juliet see at Friar Lawrence s cell? a) Romeo b) Friar John c) Paris d) The Nurse 47. Which of the following best describes Juliet s remarks to Paris in Friar Lawrence s cell? a)she lies to him. b) She says truthful things to him. c) She says things she believes are true but are not true. d) She speaks truthfully but is not referring to him 48. Juliet s mood when she asks for Friar Lawrence s advice is a) optimistic b) desperate c) confused d) guilty and shameful 49. The main point of Friar Lawrence s plan is to a) fake Juliet s death b) help Juliet kill herself c) make Capulet change his mind d) end the Capulet-Montague feud

5 50. When Juliet is speaking to Paris in Friar Lawrence s cell, the following bit of dialogue occurs: PARIS: Thy face is mine, and thou hast sland red it. JULIET: It may be so, for it is not mine own. What is Juliet suggesting with this line? a) She is putting on a fake face for Paris; she is not being her self. b) She is ugly from crying all night long. c) She hopes that when she and Paris marry, he will pay for a face lift. d) She wants Paris to dry her tears and make her happy by marrying her soon 51. Before she drinks the potion, Juliet fears all of the following EXCEPT that a) it will not work at all b) it will actually kill her c) Romeo will not come for her d) She will wake up early and go insane. 52. At which point does Juliet accomplish the first step of the plan? a) When she drinks the potion. b) When she asks the Nurse and her mother to let her sleep alone. c) When she tells Paris that she loves him d) When she tells her father that she WILL marry Paris. 53.The scene that involves the Capulet s making wedding preparations is in the play for a) comic relief b) dramatics c) anger d) the actors to change clothes 54..Who first finds Juliet after she has taken the potion? a) Lady Capulet b) Lord Capulet c) the Nurse d) Romeo To what family do the following characters belong? 55. Paris 56. Prince Escalus 57. Romeo s Father 58. Juliet s Mother 59. Friar Lawrence 60. Lord Capulet moves the wedding date from Thursday to Wednesday. 61. What happens to Juliet at the end of Act IV? a) she dies b) everyone thinks she is dead c) she falls into a coma d) she runs away to be with Romeo

6 62. What is the name of Romeo s servant? a) Benvolio b) Samson c) Gregory d) Balthasar 63. What news does Romeo s servant bring to Romeo in Mantua? a) That Juliet is dead b) That the Friar has a plan, and Romeo should wait c) That Romeo needs to buy poison c) That Tybalt is dead 64. An apothecary is someone who makes and sells drugs using natural elements. 65. What does Romeo buy from the Apothecary? a) A newspaper b) Cocaine c) Heroine d) Poison 66. Who was supposed to deliver the letter to Romeo? a) Friar John b) Friar Lawrence c) Balthasar d) Paris 67. What is the actor doing when the script says [aside]? a) The actor brings the person he is talking to and whispers in his ear b) The actor stands right next to the person he is talking to c) The actor says this line to the audience only d) none of the above 68. What kind of animal do Romeo and his servant ride to Verona? a) Goose b) Horse c) Goat d) Donkey 69. What happens to someone who sells deadly drugs in Mantua? a) Put in jail b) Put to death c) Pay a fine d) Banishment 70. Who is at Juliet s tomb when Romeo arrives there? a) Paris b) Mercutio c) Tybalt d) Lady Capulet 71. What does Romeo give to his servant to give to his father? a) A rose b) a ring c) a suicide letter d) a thank you letter 72. What does Romeo tell his servant he is going to do in the tomb? a) Get a ring from Juliet s finger b) Look at Juliet s face one last time c) Kill himself d) Both a and b 73. Who dies in the Capulet s tomb? a) Paris b) Romeo c) Juliet d) All of the above 74. What is Paris s last request? a) For the two families to get along, at last b) To be buried next to Juliet c) For Romeo to be killed d) For Romeo to be arrested

7 75. How does Juliet die? a) She kisses Romeo and gets some of his poison on her lips b) She drinks the rest of the poison c) She stabs herself with Romeo s knife d) She shoots herself with Romeo s gun 76. Paris thinks that Romeo is going to do something to the bodies in the Capulet s tomb. 77. The Prince decides to blame Friar Lawrence and punish him for everything that happens to the young lovers. 78. Romeo and Juliet are called star-crossed lovers because a) it is their fate that they should not be together b) they were destined to die and be cast in the sky as stars c) their paths keep crossing but they never get to meet each other d) they both love astronomy 79. All of the following prove that Romeo and Juliet are "star-crossed lovers" EXCEPT a) Their families have always hated each other b) The letter that should have been delivered couldn t because of a quarantine c) Romeo kills Tybalt and is banished d) Mercutio and Benvolio are always joking with Romeo 80. What does Lord Montague tell Lord Capulet he will do in honor of Juliet? a) put up a golden statue b) put up a picture in his home of the two teenagers c) put up a cement statue d) print a public apology in the Verona Meridinal 81. In the end of the play, what happens between the Capulets and the Montagues? a) They reunite and become friends again b) They fight c) They kill each other d) The Montagues agree to move to Mantua since they are not wanted in Verona 82. Romeo and Juliet was written by a) William Shakespeare b) Gail Williams c) Dr. Seuss d) Meagan Frazier 83. What type of play is Romeo and Juliet? a) Comedy b) Tragedy c) Action d) Mystery 84. The Friar tells Romeo that he loves with a) his heart b) his smile c) his mind d) his eyes 85. What is the last line of Romeo and Juliet? a) "Romeo, Romeo, wherefore art thou, Romeo?" b) "That which we call a rose by any other word would smell as sweet." c) " For never was a story of more woe, Than this of Juliet and her Romeo." d) "Farewell, parting is such sweet sorrow."

8 86. The following could be considered themes of Romeo and Juliet EXCEPT: a) Love b) Hate c) Love vs. Lust d) Theft 87. What change of events would make a better ending for this play? a) If the Capulet s and Montagues got along the whole time b) If Romeo would have never killed Tybalt. c) If Friar Lawrence delivered the letter to Romeo as he should have d) All of the above 88. How does Ms. Frazier feel about Shakespeare? a) She LOVES his work b) She hates to teach it c) She HATES his work d) She would rather teach The Scarlet Letter to you again 89. During the time you have been studying Romeo and Juliet, Ms. Frazier provided many different opportunities for you to see Shakespeare. 90. Shakespeare s plays can be related to many modern day movies, songs, poems, stories and real life events. Put the following events in order. Begin with number 1, being the first thing that happened and 10 being the last thing. 91. Romeo and Juliet meet. 92. Juliet fakes her death. 93. Romeo s heart is broken by Rosalind. 94. Juliet stabs herself. 95. Romeo kills Tybalt. 96. Romeo buys a poison. 97. Juliet s Father threatens to disown Juliet if she does not marry Paris. 98. Juliet s family gives a feast. 99. Romeo is banished Romeo and Juliet marry.

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