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Romeo and Juliet: Act 3, Scene 5 (Grade 9)

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Romeo and Juliet: Act 3, Scene 5

At the beginning of the scene, Juliet is talking to Romeo. She wants Romeo
  1. to stay longer.
  2. to go to Mantua.
  3. to talk to the Prince.
  4. to join her for dinner.
The Nurse warns Romeo and Juliet that
  1. they are too young to be married.
  2. Lady Capulet is coming to see Juliet.
  3. Romeo has been banished from the city.
  4. Tybalt was a fine, upstanding young man.
Lady Capulet understands why Juliet is so upset.
  1. True
  2. False
How does Juliet feel about marrying Paris?
  1. She is excited.
  2. She refuses to marry him.
  3. She thinks he is handsome.
  4. She will never marry anyone.
What reaction does Capulet have when Juliet says she will not marry Paris?
  1. He is furious.
  2. He understands.
  3. He threatens to kill her.
  4. He says he will postpone the wedding.
What will Capulet do if Juliet refuses to marry Paris?
  1. kill Romeo
  2. disown her
  3. find another man
  4. get over it eventually
What advice does the Nurse give Juliet?
  1. marry Paris
  2. run away with Romeo
  3. apologize to her parents
  4. ask Friar Laurence for advice
At the end of the scene, what does Juliet say she might do?
  1. kill herself
  2. marry Paris
  3. visit Romeo's family
  4. run away from home
Why does Juliet go see Friar Laurence?
  1. to get a divorce
  2. to ask for advice
  3. to find where Romeo is
  4. to confess all of her sins

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