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question 1

Focus on Romeo

A) What does he mainly express in his soliloquy?

B) Where does Romeo go after the ball?

C) How does he find out that Juliet loves him? -

D) Why does he find the courage to speak out? -

E) What evidence does he give of his all-consuming love for Juliet? -

F) Which words pronounced by Romeo mostly suggest Juliet's purity?

G) How can you describe Romeo's personality from his words and behaviour?-

2.Focus on Juliet

H) What does Juliet wish for at the beginning of her speech? -

I) What is the reaction when Romeo speaks out? -

J) What does she fear? -

K) What kind of girl does she appear to be from her words? -

3.Focus on chracterisation.

L) What kind of language is used by Romeo and Juliet? -

M) Would you say that Romeo and Juliet are flat or well-rounded characters?

question 2

Choose the right word for the following quotations:

A. "O, that I were a upon that hand,
That I might
that cheek."
C. "Her vestal livery is but sick and
And none but
do wear it; cast it off."

E. "What's in a
? That which we call a rose
By any other name would smell as

G. "My ears have not yet drunk a hundred

Of that tongue's utterance, yet I know the

I. "My
were better ended by their hate,
Than death prorogued, wanting of thy

question 3

ANALYSIS - Complete the following passages

Romeo is in the (A) ' garden when Juliet appears above at her (B) .

It is night and the moon is in the sky Romeo (C)
Juliet's confession of for him while he is hidden below.

He finds the (D)
to speak out because, in her words, Juliet offers (E) to him when she says " (F) all myself" (line 51).

In order to (G)
his love to Juliet, Romeo is ready to give up his (H) and claims that he is not (I) of her kinsmen's (J) if they should find him there.

Throughout his speech Romeo declares his love for Juliet but he gives vent to his feelings mainly through poetic (K)
which express his admiration for her (L) .

His words also suggest her (M)
when he calls her "bright angel", " (N) saint", "fair (O) ".

"Life" and "death" are briefly mentioned at the end of the extract; they are closely connected.

From what he says and does in this scene, Romeo may be described as (P)
and impulsive when he dares to reply to Juliet's words of love, (Q) because he is not afraid of the danger of being in the Capulets' (R) , (S) when he declares his love.

Juliet is sincere and (T)
when she speaks about her feelings, (U) and innocent because she gives in to her love without (V) with Romeo; finally she is concerned about his (X) .

There are so many aspects to the personality and behaviour of the two lovers in this scene that Romeo and Juliet appear to be much more like complex human (W)
than (Y) characters.

Their (Z)
is very rich in images which have a function; it is very different from (AA) language which is (BB) .