(act2) Romeo and Juliet

(act2) Romeo and Juliet - 1.Unwieldy means: A) disgusting...

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1. Unwieldy means: A) disgusting B) clever C) awkward D) comfortable 2. A monologue is a/an: A) a speech made by one character in a play B) a conversation between two characters in a play C) a figure of speech D) a poetry written in unlined lines 3. The awareness of a contrast between the way things seem and the way they are is: A) irony B) analogy C) soliloquy D) allusion 4. How does Juliet speak, yet say nothing? A) with her eyes B) sign language C) writing a letter D) sending a messenger 5. Romeo's comparison of Juliet to the sun is an example of a/an: A) monologue B) imagery C) irony D) analogy 6. How does Romeo say that he got to her balcony? A) The nurse let him in. B) He climbed the wall. C) He broke into the house. D) He was lifted by love's wings. 7. Juliet sends the nurse to Romeo for what purpose? A) to find out a time for the wedding B) to give him a wedding gift C) to ask if he still wants to be married D) to confirm his love 8. Where is Juliet suppposed to be going when she in fact gets married?
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This note was uploaded on 04/11/2011 for the course ENG 101 taught by Professor Mkayed during the Spring '11 term at Arab Open University, Amman.

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