|according to Mercutio, who is queen Mab? What is her carriage made of? What does she do?
||1. she is the fairies’ midwife2. spider legs, Wings of grasshoppers, empty hazelnuts3. she causes people to dream
|Who, meaning, literary term “I’d love be rough with you, be rough with love”
||Who: MercutioMeaning: Don’t let love treat you this way Literary term: personification
|What piece of foreshadowing ends scene 4?
||Romeo believes something bad is going to happen due to fate
|When Romeo first sees Juliet, how does he describe her?
||she is brighter than a torch. She’s a jewel.
|Who, meaning, literary term “So shows a snowy dove trooping with crows”
||Who: RomeoMeaning: Hwr beauty stands out amongst the other girls. Literary term: metaphor
|why doesn’t Lord Capulet want to continue the fued when he finds Romeo at his feast?
||Princes rule about fighting.
|Who, meaning, literary term “I️ will withdraw, but this intrusion shall, Now seeming sweet, concert to bitter gall”
||Who: TybaltMeaning: He’ll leave him alone for now Literary term: foreshadowing
|When Romeo and Juliet first talk and kiss, Shakespeare uses a theme of religious devotion to develop the scene — explain kt. What does their first words to each other turn out to be?
||His lips are pilgrims traveling to a shrine (Juliet – shrine, saint, holy)❤️ story
|“Oh dear account! My life is my foe’s debt”
||Who: RomeoMeaning: his life is owned by his enemy; he’s willing to die for JulietLiterary term: pun
|“My only love, spring from my only hate”
||Who: JulietMeaning: The one she loves is the one she’s supposed to hateLiterary term: oxymoron, irony