Romeo and Juliet: Act 1, Scene 3 (Grade 9)
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Romeo and Juliet: Act 1, Scene 3
Why does Lady Capulet call Juliet at the beginning of the scene?
- It is time for dinner.
- She wants to talk with her.
- Her date for the party has arrived.
- She caught her talking with a Montague.
The Nurse says she'd bet fourteen of her own teeth that Juliet is fourteen. What is humorous about this conversation?
- Juliet is much younger.
- She only has four teeth.
- She doesn't know Juliet.
- Juliet's birthday was yesterday.
When will Juliet be fourteen?
- in six months
- on Lammas Eve
- on Christmas Day
- She already turned fourteen.
The Nurse shares the memory of
- the day Juliet was born.
- when Juliet stopped nursing.
- why she loves Juliet so much.
- how Juliet learned how to talk.
What is Juliet's opinion of marriage?
- She hasn't dreamed of it happening.
- She wants to marry a handsome prince.
- She thinks she never wants to get married.
- She is worried that her parents will pick her mate.
What do Lady Capulet and the Nurse think of Paris?
- He is stuck up.
- He is very wealthy.
- He is nearly perfect.
- He is too old for Juliet.
What does Lady Capulet ask Juliet to do?
- Marry Paris right away.
- Find another man to love.
- Look Paris over at the party.
- Ask the Nurse to leave the room.
Lady Capulet suggests that if Juliet marries Paris, she will become
- pregnant very quickly.
- a very wealthy woman.
- happier than ever before.
- more popular and admired.
The nurse jokes that Juliet will get bigger. How does she suggest Juliet will get bigger?
- in wealth
- in popularity
- She'll gain weight.
- She'll become pregnant.
Peter comes to give a message to Lady Capulet and Juliet. He says that
- Paris is ready to marry her.
- Lord Capulet has had a heart attack.
- everyone is waiting for Juliet at the party.
- the Nurse has made a big mess in the kitchen.