Romeo And Juliet Quotes Quiz

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Romeo And Juliet Quotes Quiz - Quiz

Thus is quiz about quotes from the Shakespeare story Romeo and Juliet.

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  • 1. 

    Who said "I do not bite my thumb at you"

  • 2. 

    Who said :Peace, I hate the ward as I hate hell"

    Tybalt is the correct answer because he is a character from William Shakespeare's play Romeo and Juliet. In Act 1, Scene 1, Tybalt expresses his disdain for peace and his love for conflict by saying, "Peace? I hate the word as I hate hell!" This quote reflects Tybalt's aggressive and violent nature, as he is known for his hot temper and his desire for revenge.

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  • 3. 

    "So please you step aside"

  • 4. 

    "And to soon mard as those so early made"

  • 5. 

    "True I talk to of dreams"

  • 6. 

    "You kiss by the book"

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    "Swear not by the moon"

    This phrase is from William Shakespeare's play Romeo and Juliet. In the play, Juliet tells Romeo not to swear his love for her by the moon because the moon is constantly changing and unreliable. She wants him to swear his love by something more constant and steadfast. This line highlights Juliet's desire for a love that is true and unwavering, and foreshadows the challenges and obstacles their love will face throughout the play.

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    "Wisely as slow they stumble and run"

  • 9. 

    "Now art thou sociable..."

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    "Romeo the love I  bear than can bear no better love"

    This quote is spoken by Tybalt in Shakespeare's play Romeo and Juliet. In this line, Tybalt expresses his deep hatred for Romeo and his inability to bear any love or affection towards him. It showcases Tybalt's aggressive and vengeful nature, as he sees Romeo as a rival and enemy. This quote highlights the ongoing feud between the Capulet and Montague families and foreshadows the conflict that will arise between Tybalt and Romeo later in the play.

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    "Tis not so deep... you will find me a grave man"

    This quote is a response from Mercutio to Romeo's melancholic thoughts. Mercutio is known for his wit and humor, and in this statement, he is playfully mocking Romeo's seriousness. By saying "Tis not so deep... you will find me a grave man," Mercutio is implying that Romeo is being overly dramatic and should not take things too seriously. He is using wordplay, as "grave" can mean both serious and also a burial place, to cleverly convey his message.

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  • 12. 

    "Alack the day, he's dead, killed"

    The given statement "Alack the day, he's dead, killed" is attributed to the nurse. This implies that the nurse is expressing sorrow and shock over someone's death. The nurse's emotional reaction suggests a close relationship with the deceased, possibly indicating a deep bond or a significant role in their life. The nurse's exclamation highlights their personal connection and emotional investment in the situation.

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    "Ha banishment be merciful, be dead"

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    "Take now this vile"

    The given correct answer is "friar" because it is the word that completes the sentence fragment "Take now this vile friar." The sentence is referring to someone or something that is being taken or addressed as "vile," and the word "friar" fits in this context as a noun.

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    "All look to life to life if looking life can move"

  • 16. 

    Who was Shakespeare married to?

    Shakespeare was married to Anne Hathaway.

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  • 17. 

    In the prolouge, Romeo and juliet are described as?

    In the prologue of Romeo and Juliet, the phrase "star-crossed lovers" is used to describe Romeo and Juliet. This means that their love is destined to be doomed or cursed by fate. The term "star-crossed" suggests that their love is written in the stars and predetermined to end tragically. This description foreshadows the tragic events that unfold throughout the play and emphasizes the idea that their love is fated to be ill-fated.

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  • 18. 

    How old is juliet

    The given answer states that Juliet is 13 years old. This suggests that the question is asking for Juliet's age, and the answer provided is the specific age of 13.

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    Why do the Capulets accept the nurse?

    The Capulets accept the nurse because she practically raised Juliet. This suggests that the nurse has played a significant role in Juliet's upbringing and has been involved in her life since she was a child. The Capulets may trust the nurse's judgment and value her experience and knowledge in taking care of Juliet. Additionally, the nurse's close relationship with Juliet may have created a strong bond of trust and familiarity between her and the Capulets.

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  • 20. 

    WHy did Tybalt challenge Romeo to a battle?

    Tybalt challenged Romeo to a battle because he saw him at the Capulet party uninvited and mocking his family. Tybalt, being a proud and hot-tempered character, took great offense to Romeo's presence and insults towards his family. Challenging Romeo to a fight was Tybalt's way of defending his family's honor and seeking revenge for the perceived disrespect.

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  • 21. 

    Why does lady montegue die at the end of the story?

    Lady Montague dies at the end of the story due to overwhelming grief caused by the death of her son. The loss of her child has taken a significant emotional toll on her, leading to her eventual demise. The pain and sorrow she experiences are so intense that it ultimately affects her physical health and well-being, resulting in her death.

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  • 22. 

    Why is romeo exiled?

    Romeo is exiled because he killed Tybalt. This act of violence goes against the laws and norms of Verona, where the story is set. As a result, the Prince of Verona, who is responsible for maintaining peace and order in the city, banishes Romeo as punishment for his crime. This decision is made to ensure that Romeo faces the consequences of his actions and to prevent further violence and bloodshed between the feuding families of Montague and Capulet.

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  • 23. 

    Who kills mercutio?

    Tybalt kills Mercutio in Shakespeare's play Romeo and Juliet. This event occurs during a heated confrontation between Tybalt and Romeo's friend Mercutio. Tybalt, known for his hot temper and hatred towards the Montague family, instigates a fight with Romeo, but Mercutio intervenes to defend his friend. In the ensuing scuffle, Tybalt fatally wounds Mercutio, leading to a chain of tragic events that ultimately results in the deaths of Romeo and Juliet.

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