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Romeo and Juliet By Kevin & Mina

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  • 1. Romeo & JulietJeopardy Game By Kevin Piana & Mina Yanny
  • 2. 100 100 100 100200 200 200 200300 300 300 300400 400 400 400500 500 500 500
  • 3. Vocabulary Literary Terms Questions True or False 100 100 100 100 200 200 200 200 300 300 300 300 400 400 400 400 500 500 500 500
  • 4. Category 1What is: Small glass container that usually contains a potion
  • 5. Category 1 Vial
  • 6. Category 1What is: Confession to the Priest
  • 7. Category 1 Shrift
  • 8. Category 1What is: Having ascendancy, power, or influence on others.
  • 9. Category 1Predominant
  • 10. Category 1What is: Not working or not active
  • 11. Category 1 Idle
  • 12. Category 1What is: An opponent or enemy
  • 13. Category 1Adversary
  • 14. Category 2 Comparison between 2 unlike things,with the use of the words “like” or “as”
  • 15. Category 2 Simile
  • 16. Category 2 When The audience has a fullerknowledge of what is happening than a character has
  • 17. Category 2Dramatic Irony
  • 18. Category 2A part of a drama in which a single actor speaks alone
  • 19. Category 2Monologue
  • 20. Category 2Unrhymed Verse
  • 21. Category 2Blank Verse
  • 22. Category 2Something that relates to a different story or thing
  • 23. Category 2Allusion
  • 24. Category 3Who asked Friar Lawrence to marry them?
  • 25. Category 3Romeo
  • 26. Category 3What does Friar Lawrence do When he Finds out that The letter wasnt delivered to Romeo
  • 27. Category 3Get to the Tomb
  • 28. Category 3How does Juliet kill herself in the tomb
  • 29. Category 3With Romeo’s Dagger
  • 30. Category 3In what city does this play take place in?
  • 31. Category 3Verona
  • 32. Category 4How old is Juliet?
  • 33. Category 414 Years Old
  • 34. Category 4Mercutio is Romeo’s Cousin
  • 35. Category 4 False
  • 36. Category 4When Capulet saw Romeo in the party he told Tybalt to kill Him
  • 37. Category 4 False
  • 38. Category 4Romeo drags Paris Next to where Juliet was
  • 39. Category 4 False
  • 40. Category 4The Nurse told Juliet that she should marry paris and leave romeo
  • 41. Category 4 True
  • 42. Category 4Romeo wanted to kill Paris
  • 43. Category 4 False