Romeo and Juliet: Act 1, Scene 5 (Grade 9)
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Romeo and Juliet: Act 1, Scene 5
At the beginning of the scene, Peter and the servingmen are
- clearing the tables.
- delivering the invitations.
- searching for Montagues.
- trying to impress Lord Capulet.
Capulet jokes that the ladies who don't want to dance
- need to loosen up a bit.
- have been married too long.
- must have corns on their feet.
- are from the Montague family.
Why does Romeo ask a servingman who a particular girl is?
- She looks like Rosaline.
- He thinks she is beautiful.
- He wonders if she's a Capulet.
- He wants to introduce her to Benvolio.
What does Tybalt realize when he hears Romeo speak?
- Romeo is a Montague.
- Romeo is in love with Juliet.
- Romeo has had too much punch.
- Romeo was his childhood best friend.
What does Tybalt want to do to Romeo?
- harm him
- shake his hand
- introduce him to Juliet
- spread a rumor about him
What does Capulet say about Romeo?
- He has a good reputation.
- He only wants to cause trouble.
- He has brought shame upon his family.
- He would make a good husband for Juliet.
What does Capulet tell Tybalt to do?
- calm down
- entertain Paris
- kick Romeo out
- fetch him some punch
What are Romeo and Juliet doing when they talk about pilgrims and saints?
- singing a song
- reading a poem
Romeo says, "Give me my sin again." What is he asking Juliet to do?
- kiss him back
- dance with him
- keep his secret
- not marry Paris
What does Romeo learn about Juliet from the Nurse?
- She is engaged.
- She is a Capulet.
- She is almost fourteen.
- She is known for flirting with boys.
What are Juliet's initial thoughts about Romeo?
- She is in love with him.
- She thinks he is a bad kisser.
- She wishes he didn't live so far away.
- She wonders if he comes from a wealthy family.
What does the chorus discuss at the end of the scene?
- how Juliet has changed throughout the act
- the relationship between Romeo and Juliet
- what will happen between the Montagues and Capulets
- what will happen to each character at the end of the play
According to the chorus, what is the biggest problem Romeo and Juliet face?
- They are too far apart in age.
- They come from different social classes.
- They have both promised to marry other people.
- They have little opportunity to interact with one another.