Romeo and Juliet

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  • 1
    Who says the lines: "A pair of star-crossed lovers take their life"?
    Who says the lines: "A pair of star-crossed lovers take their life"?
    The Chours
    The Prince
    Frair Lawrence
  • 2
    Where Romeo and Juliet first meet?
    At Capulet's ball
    At the Church
    In Verona's streets
  • 3
    Complete the line:
    "Good ________, you do wrong your hand too much"
    Saint
    Pilgrim
    Romeo
  • 4
    Who have helped Romeo to climb the orchard walls?
    Himself
    His friends
    The Love
  • 5
    Good night, good night, parting is such sweet sorrow, that I shall say good night till be morrow
    says Juliet to...
    Romeo
    Count Paris
    The Nurse
  • 6
    Where do Romeo and Juliet marry?
    At Capulet's house
    In Friar Lawrence's cell
    At the tomb
  • 7
    Why is Romeo banished from Verona?
    Because he went to Capulet's party
    Because he kills Tybalt
    Because he married Juliet
  • 8
    What does Juliet to pretend she's dead?
    Tries acting like being dead
    Falls asleep
    Drinks a potion
  • 9
    How does Romeo and Juliet die?
    He drinks a poison and she stabs herself with Romeo's dagger
    He drinks a potion and she shoots herself
    They both stabs themselves
  • 10
    Complete:
    A glooming peace this _______ with it brings;
    The sun, for sorrow, will not ____ his head:
    Go _____, to have more talk of these sad things;
    Some shall be pardoned, and some _______:
    For _____ was a story of more woe
    Than this of ______ and her ______.
    Complete:A glooming peace this _______ with it brings;The sun, for sorrow, will not ____ his head:Go _____, to have more talk of these sad things;Some
    Show, punished, Romeo, never, morning, Juliet, hence
    Hence, never, punished, show, morning, Juliet, Romeo
    Morning, show, hence, punished, never, Juliet, Romeo