Romeo and Juliet Final test review

Who is the first to die? Mercuito
Who is the last to die? Juliet
Who urges Romeo to flee after Tybalt’s death? Benvolio
Who fights in act one scene one? Montague and Capulet servants
Who is Juliet’s hot headed cousin? Tybalt
Who does Juliet send as a messenger to Romeo in act two? Nurse
Who fights Tybalt first? Mercutio
Who neglects to carry the letter from Friar Lawrence to Romeo? Friar John
Who writes a letter to Romeo in act two? Tybalt
Who writes a letter to Montague in act five? Romeo
Who avenges Mercutio’s death? Romeo
Who is the most talkative of Romeos friends? Mercutio
Who tells Romeo about Juliet’s death? Balthasar
Who provides the rope ladder for Romeo? Juliet
Who arranges Juliet’s marriage plans to Paris? Capulet
Who is the ruler of Verona? Prince
Who is related to the Prince? Mercutio
Who gave Juliet the potion? Friar Lawrence
Who gives Romeo the potion? Apothecary
Who has raised Juliet since she was born? Nurse
Who is killed in the churchyard at the end of act 5? Paris
Who explains the scene in the churchyard at the end of act 5? Friar Lawrence
Who does Romeo go to the Capulet’s party to see? Rosaline
Who is Romeos spiritual advisor and confidant? Friar Lawrence
Who thinks that Romeo and Juliet’s marriage might put an end to the feud? Friar Lawrence
Who is already at Friar Lawrence’s cell when Juliet goes to see the Friar in Act 4? Paris
Who moves Juliet’s and Paris’s wedding date? Capulet
Who dies of grief of Romeo’s exile? Lady Montague
Who advises Juliet to marry Paris besides her parents? Nurse
Who calms Tybalt at the party when he is upset about Romeo’s appearance? Montague
monologue long speech given to other characters
soliloquy a long speech expressed in private thoughts to audience
aside a brief remark expressed in private thoughts to the audience
foreshadowing clues given to guess the events to come
foil character who contrasts with another character
tragic hero main character
tragic flaw mistaken action or defect in the main character
dramatic irony a contradiction between what the character thinks and what the audience knows
personification human qualities given to non human objects
oxymoron two seemingly different words used together
pun figure of speech; humorous or serious for rhetorical effect.
simile comparison using like or as
metaphor comparison saying something is another thing
blank verse poetry written in unrhymed iambic pentameter
couplet a pair of rhyming lines usually the same length and meter
symbol anything that stands for something else