If he ever returns to the city, he will be put to death. Her act of innocent submission will allow her to be devious later on, to her advantage. The Capulet mansion was one of the biggest — filled with servants and buzzing with preparations for the day ahead. Meanwhile, , a young man from the Montague house, laments his unrequited love for a woman named Rosaline, who has vowed to remain chaste for the rest of her life. Make worksheets from your own wordlists, or start with one shared by our members and customise it to suit your needs.
The Nurse carries out her duty, and tells Juliet to meet Romeo at the chapel where lives and works. Sampson and Gregory almost pick a fight with Abraham and Balthasar, servants of the house of Montague. In half an hour, she promised to return! Juliet is also facing her own romantic difficulties. Once inside, Romeo sees Juliet from a distance and instantly falls in love with her; he forgets about Rosaline completely. Their deaths, however, bring to a final close the age-old quarrel between the Capulets and Montagues.
Friar Lawrence hears the coming of the watch. They lament that the law prohibits fighting, and wonder how to start a battle legally. As Romeo is trying to stop the fight, Tybalt gives Mercutio a wound, then runs away. However, for it's time, I feel that this was probably very advanced. You will also learn about the cast of characters in the play.
It gives students reading, speaking and writing practice. The Nurse informs Juliet that Romeo is not dead but banished and is currently hiding in the fryers cell. Romeo goes to speak with Friar Lawrence. Lady Capulet wants Romeo's life, but the Prince levies fines and exiles Romeo. She follows the Friar's advice. Romeo tries to separate them, but Tybalt stabs and kills Mercutio under Romeo's arm.
She agonizes over everything that could go wrong, is terrified by visions of the grave, and drinks to Romeo. Romeo surprises her by offering to take another name for her love. Tybalt challenges Romeo to a duel. However, the love between Romeo and Juliet is not frivolous. Realizing that their rage , they decide to bury the hatchet and build a new, peaceful Verona. For my English class, we have been reading Romeo and Juliet for the past month now.
They seal their love with a kiss. Paris promises to visit Juliet's grave every night, then the Page whistles to warn him that someone is coming. Scene 3 Scene 3 takes place in Friar Laurnce's cell. Benvolio is still trying to talk Romeo into considering other ladies when they are interrupted by the Capulet servant, who asks Romeo to read something for him. He realizes that Romeo has killed Paris and committed suicide. Almost every character in Romeo and Juliet reveals his or her inner nature through action.
The plan is for Romeo to receive a letter from the Friar to rescue her after the potion wears off. In addition, the Chorus also introduces certain sources of dramatic tension that re-appear throughout the rest of the play. With an exaggerated flourish Sampson put his hand on the hilt of his sword. He hurries back to Verona, but first, buys poison from an and writes a suicide note detailing the tragic course of events. Friar Lawrence develops a convoluted plan that he believes will see the young lovers united.
Romeo appears and tells Friar Laurence that he has fallen in love with Juliet and wants him to marry them. Friar Laurence rushes into the cell too late. The night before her wedding to Paris, Juliet must drink a potion that will make her appear to be dead. Capulet dispatches a servant with a list of people to invite to a masquerade and feast he traditionally holds. But she resettles herself, and realizes that her duty belongs with her love: to Romeo.
I get why Romeo kills Tybalt, and why Juliet doesn't want to marry Paris. Romeo attends the party only because he wants to see Rosaline, a young woman he has been unsuccessfully pursuing for quite some time. Because it is fashionable to carry a sword, sometimes they get badly injured. As he is dying, Paris asks to be laid next to Juliet. Summoned to the tomb by the aroused watchman, Lord Capulet and Lord Montague ring their hands in anguish. Eventually he grows tired of her arguing with him and tells Juliet that she will obey his command then leaves the scene.
Benvolio is complaining about the heat of the day and Mercutio teases him for it. Juliet is torn between her new husband and her cousin, but decides that her husband, Romeo, deserves her loyalty. The next morning the Capulet household wakes to discover Juliet has died. They kiss again, and then both are called away. Romeo drinks the poison and kills himself.