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Romeo and Juliet: Act 3, Scene 1 (Grade 9)

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Romeo and Juliet: Act 3, Scene 1

Why does Benvolio want to go home?
  1. He is bored.
  2. He is hungry.
  3. He is anxious to talk to Romeo.
  4. He is worried the Capulets will start a fight.
Mercutio thinks Benvolio is
  1. whiny.
  2. too tired.
  3. a party pooper.
  4. easily provoked.
Who is the first to talk to Benvolio and Mercutio in the street?
  1. Tybalt
  2. Romeo
  3. The Nurse
  4. Lord Montague
Who starts the fight with Romeo?
  1. Tybalt
  2. Prince
  3. Benvolio
  4. Lord Capulet
Does Romeo initially want to fight?
  1. Yes
  2. No
Why does Benvolio join the fight?
  1. Romeo asks him to stop it.
  2. He wants to see Tybalt dead.
  3. He is trying to impress a girl he likes.
  4. Tybalt insulted a member of his family.
How does Mercutio describe his wound?
  1. He says it's a scratch.
  2. He feels like his arm was cut off.
  3. He thinks it is the worst wound ever.
  4. He says it will help him win the ladies.
Who does Mercutio blame for his wound?
  1. Tybalt
  2. Prince
  3. Romeo
  4. Benvolio
What does Mercutio mean when he says they have made "worms' meat" out of him?
  1. He has an infection.
  2. He is only able to crawl.
  3. He is going to die and be buried.
  4. He will no longer be respected in the city.
Why does Romeo kill Tybalt?
  1. to avenge the death of Mercutio
  2. because Tybalt forbid him to marry Juliet
  3. to help keep Benvolio from being arrested
  4. as the result of an accident while swinging his sword

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