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Romeo and Juliet: Act 2, Prologue (Grade 9)

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Romeo and Juliet: Act 2, Prologue

What happened to Romeo's old love interest?
  1. It died.
  2. It rejected him.
  3. It was a success.
  4. It turned into true love.
Compared to Juliet, Rosaline is
  1. less chaste.
  2. not as beautiful.
  3. much wealthier.
  4. more self-centered.
The prologue suggests that Romeo and Juliet's attraction is
  1. incredibly sweet.
  2. likely to last forever.
  3. based mostly on looks.
  4. supported by family and friends.
Because their families are enemies, Romeo and Juliet
  1. will never get married.
  2. must run away and elope.
  3. cannot see each other very often.
  4. have to prove their love to their parents.
What is the result of the obstacles they face?
  1. They both are heartbroken.
  2. Their families become friends.
  3. Their time together is much sweeter.
  4. They rely on one another for comfort.
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