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Romeo and Juliet Vocabulary Word Search

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Romeo And Juliet: Act 2 Crossword

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To summon into existence. Conjure
To tell a joke. Jest
Deceitful and unreliable scoundrel. Knave
A journey taken for pleasure. Jaunt
A chant used in conjuring. Invocation
Deep-seated, often mutual hatred. Enmity
To attribute or give credit. Impute
To express grief for. Lamentable
A soft, moist mass of bread, meat, or clay. poultice
To discontinue a session; to defer. prorogued
To beg. beseech
Dwelling place for monks. monastery
A priest/monk. friar
A wise saying. proverb
A nymph who yearned for Narcissus until nothing but her voice remained. echo

Macbeth Act 1 and 2 Review Word Search

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American Revolution Word Search

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Romeo and Juliet: Act 3 Crossword

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In the fight between Mercutio and Tybalt, who draws their sword first? Mercutio
What day does Paris plan to marry Juliet? Thursday
Who is no longer trustworthy towards Juliet? Nurse
A fabulous creature with a roosters head on a serpents body. It was believed to had the power to kill by a glance. Cockatrice
What means cheated? Beguiled
To die a widow without ever having really been a wife Maiden widowed
Who said," Courage, man. The hurt cannot be much." Romeo
"A plague o' both your _______" Houses
Who was making fun of Benvolio for being a 'troublemaker'? Mercutio
Who does Juliet go to for help after she realizes she can no longer trust the nurse? Friar Lawrence
Who dies first in Act 3 Scene 1? Mercutio
Romeo kills ____________ in Act 3 Scene 1 Tybalt
Who does the Prince banish in this Act? Romeo
Where does Friar Lawrence tell Romeo to go? Mantua
Capulet accepts Paris's offer for his daughter's hand, in the hope of lifting her _______. Grief
The Capulets will have _______ for the death of one of their kin. Vengeance

DRAMATIC STRUCTURE Crossword

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THE AUTHOR OF A PLAY PlAYWRIGHT
ARE UNITS OF ACTION IN A DRAMA ACTS
PARTS OF AN ACT scenes
THE STORY IS RESOLVED RESOLUTION
EVENTS AFTER THE CLIMAX FALLING ACTION
THE TURNING POINT,EXCITEMENT ARE THE HIGHEST CLIMAX
PARTS OF AN ACT SCENES
INSTRUCTIONS TO THE ACTIONS OR DIRECTOR OF A PLAY STAGEDIRECTIONS
TELLS THE OUTLINE OF THE STORY OR PLAY NARRATOR
ITEMS PLACED ON STAGE FOR THE CHARACTERS TO USE PROPS
WRITTEN FORM OF A PLAY SCRIPT
CONVERSATION BETWEEN 2 OR MORE CHARACTERS DIALOGUE
A SPEECH THAT IS SPOKEN BY ONE CHARACTER ON STAGE MONOLOGUE
A PEECH A CHARACTER MAKES WHEN HE OR SHE IS ALONE SOLILOQUY
CAN BE HEARD ONLY BY THE AUDIENCE NOT THE CHARACTERS ASIDE
A DRAMA THAT IS HAPPY/FUNNY COMEDY
LEADING TO A DOWNFALL OF THE CHARACTER TRAGEDY
THE BAD GUY IN A PLAY ANTAGONIST
THE GOOD GUY , MAIN CHARACTER PROTAGONIST
INFORMATION PUT FORWARD BEFORE THE PLAY EXPOSITION

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