- 1 What does the chorus say in Romeo and Juliet?
- 2 What does the chorus tell you will happen in the play?
- 3 What does Escalus say he will do to anyone that fights in the future?
- 4 Who does Benvolio say started the fight?
- 5 How old is Juliet?
- 6 How old was Romeo?
- 7 Why is Lord Capulet hesitant on marrying Juliet to Paris?
- 8 What two families are fighting in Romeo and Juliet?
- 9 Who asked Juliet marry?
- 10 Why is Romeo sad?
- 11 How does Tybalt recognize Romeo?
- 12 How does Tybalt react when he sees the fight?
- 13 What is the nicest thing Tybalt can say about Romeo?
- 14 Who did Romeo kill?
- 15 How does Lady Capulet want to kill Romeo?
What does the chorus say in Romeo and Juliet?
In the Prologue, what does the chorus say will happen to the two lovers? They will take their lives.
What does the chorus tell you will happen in the play?
What does the chorus tell you will happen in the play? The chorus tells us that in the play, the only thing that will end the feud between the Montague’s and the Capulet’s is for their children to die. The chorus also tells us that Romeo and Juliet will fall in love, but their love will end in their deaths.
What does Escalus say he will do to anyone that fights in the future?
What does Prince Escalus say he will do to anyone fighting in the future? Put them to death. He wants the feud ( fighting ) to end between the Montagues and Capulets.
Who does Benvolio say started the fight?
Mercutio tells Benvolio that Benvolio is known for fighting people for any reason, no matter how trivial. At one point, Mercutio mentions that Benvolio once started a fight with a man for coughing and waking a sleeping dog.
How old is Juliet?
Juliet is thirteen years old. In Shakespeare’s primary sources, Juliet is considerably older than she is in the play.
How old was Romeo?
Romeo’s age is never given, but since he carries a sword, it can be assumed that he is not younger than Juliet’s thirteen years. It is much more likely that, given his immature responses to problematic events in the play, that he is probably about sixteen or seventeen years old.
Why is Lord Capulet hesitant on marrying Juliet to Paris?
Lord Capulet is initially reluctant to accept Paris’s proposal that he marry Juliet because he feels his daughter is too young to marry. Capulet suggests the proposal of marriage be delayed for two years so Juliet has more time before she becomes a bride.
What two families are fighting in Romeo and Juliet?
Romeo and Juliet begins as the Chorus introduces two feuding families of Verona: the Capulets and the Montagues. On a hot summer’s day, the young men of each faction fight until the Prince of Verona intercedes and threatens to banish them.
Who asked Juliet marry?
Lord Capulet tells Juliet she must marry a man called Paris, not knowing she is already married. Friar Laurence gives Juliet a potion that will make her appear dead so she does not have to marry again. He sends Romeo a note to explain the plan and Juliet takes the potion.
Why is Romeo sad?
Romeo is sad at the start of the play. He is sad at this point because he is in “love” with Rosaline. The problem is that she does not love him in return and so he is going around moping because of this. Much later in the play, he is sad (beyond sad, really) because he believes that Juliet is dead.
How does Tybalt recognize Romeo?
Tybalt knows that Romeo is a Montague by his voice. He has a fiery temper, so it suits him just fine. He knows every Montague, including servants, so it is not hard to imagine that he would know Lord Montague’s son.
How does Tybalt react when he sees the fight?
Tybalt is terribly angered by Romeo’s presence. Tybalt calls Romeo the enemy and is so angered that he wishes to kill him, adding that he would not feel remorse if he did. Lord Capulet does not agree with Tybalt.
What is the nicest thing Tybalt can say about Romeo?
Terms in this set (39) 1: What is the nicest thing Tybalt can say about Romeo? That he is a villain.
Who did Romeo kill?
Romeo kills Tybalt and is banished Romeo, angered by Mercutio’s death, goes searching for Tybalt. They find each other and fight. The fight ends when Romeo kills Tybalt.
How does Lady Capulet want to kill Romeo?
Lady Capulet says that she will send for someone she knows in Mantua, who will “give him such an unaccustom’d dram, / That he shall soon keep Tybalt company.” Here she is, indeed, saying that she will have someone give Romeo a poisoned “dram,” or drink, which will soon render him as dead as Tybalt is.