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Romeo and Juliet: Act 2, Scene 3 (Grade 9)

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Romeo and Juliet: Act 2, Scene 3

1. 
Where does Romeo go after leaving Juliet?
  1. to get some sleep
  2. to meet his friends
  3. to see Friar Laurence
  4. to talk to Lord Capulet
2. 
What time of day is it in this scene?
  1. late at night
  2. early in the morning
  3. middle of the afternoon
  4. around dinner time
3. 
What is Friar Laurence doing in Act 2, Scene 3?
  1. sorting plants
  2. singing a hymn
  3. praying to God
  4. officiating a wedding
4. 
According to Friar Laurence, how are men and herbs similar?
  1. They both arouse the senses.
  2. They both are good for the soul.
  3. They both have a pungent odor.
  4. They both can be good and evil.
5. 
Romeo got a good night's sleep.
  1. True
  2. False
6. 
Who did Friar Laurence think Romeo had been with?
  1. Juliet
  2. Rosaline
  3. his friends
  4. his parents
7. 
Where did Romeo tell Friar Laurence he has been?
  1. with Rosaline
  2. with his enemy
  3. with his friends
  4. at the Capulet ball
8. 
What does Romeo ask Friar Laurence to do?
  1. help him fall asleep
  2. give him some herbs
  3. officiate his wedding to Juliet
  4. convince Rosaline not to be come a nun
9. 
Friar Laurence thinks that
  1. Romeo is acting too quickly.
  2. Rosaline is in love with Romeo.
  3. Lord Capulet is spying on them.
  4. Juliet is too young to be married.
10. 
Does Friar Laurence agree to do what Romeo asks?
  1. Yes
  2. No

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