Romeo and Juliet Act 2 Review

What does Romeo compare Juliet to in Scene 1? the sun
Who do Mercutio and Benvolio think Romeo is with? Rosaline
Why does Juliet want Romeo to have some other name? She wants him to have another name because she cannot marry him if his name is Romeo; because it is the name of a Montague
When Juliet discovers Romeo at her balcony, what does she fear? She fears the guards finding him.
Why does Juliet fear the love that she and Romeo share? She can’t/ is not supposed to be in love with a Montague.
What concerns does Friar Lawrence have about Romeo and Juliet’s relationship? He fears that if anyone finds out about the marriage, then he will get in trouble
Why has Tybalt sent a letter to Romeo’s house? Tybalt sends a letter to Romeo’s house because he wants to fight/ duel Romeo.
What warning does the nurse give Romeo? The nurse says that Juliet is not to be mislead by Romeo and that he must be honest with Juliet because she is young.
What message does Romeo give the nurse to tell Juliet? Romeo tells the nurse to inform Juliet that she has to go to Friar Lawrence’s cell, where they will be married.
Why is Juliet annoyed at the beginning of scene 5? Because the nurse told her before she left that she would be back in a half an hour, but it has been over an hour and is not back yet.
What fears does Friar Lawrence express in scene 6? Friar Lawrence fears that Romeo and Juliet are moving too fast, and he doesn’t want them [in the future] to have any regrets.
What is an example of dramatic irony from Act 2? Benvolio and Mercutio think Romeo is still sad over Rosaline, but the audience knows that he has moved on and is in love with Juliet
What is an example of foreshadowing from Act 2? An example of foreshadowing in Act 2 is in Scene 6, line 6-8, when Romeo says, “Then love-devouring death do what he dare;/It is enough I may but call her mine.”