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R&J Act II Review

Review questions for Romeo and Juliet Act II

How does Act II end? Romeo and Juliet get married, but the marriage is not actually in the act.
Juliet tell Romeo not to swear by the moon. Why not? The moon is inconstant; it is always changing.
How does Juliet get out of the house to go meet Romeo to get married? She says she is going to shrift, or confession.
"Deny thy father and refuse thy name." says Juliet. What does she mean? Pretend that you are not a Montague, my enemy.
"Good night, good night! Parting is such sweet sorrow that I shall say good night till it be morrow." Juliet says this to Romeo as he is leaving because she is sad to see him go but happy she will see him the next day.
Why is the Friar so surprised and upset about Romeo's new found love? Because he was just in love with Rosaline
Friar Lawrence ultimately agrees to marry Romeo and Juliet. Why does he change his mind and do this? He hopes the marriage will end the feud and bring the two families together.
What message does the nurse deliver to Juliet after the nurse has met with Romeo? to use the excuse of going to shrift to get out of the house and then meet Romeo at the church to be married
cease to put an end or stop to something
conjure to call upon
desire a wish; a want
excels far exceeds; does better
frank upfront; candid
gracious exceedingly polite, elegant, or divine
haste great speed, especially when time is short
heir a person who inherits or is entitled to the property of another
infinite never-ending; without limits
inquire ask about
jests makes fun of; jokes
vanity excessive pride, especially about oneself
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