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8. What can readers infer from the following quote from Act V, Scene 3 of Romeo and Juliet?
Romeo: O, be gone!
By heaven, I love thee better than myself;
For I come hither arm’d against myself: Stay not, be gone;--live, and hereafter say,
A madman’s mercy bid thee run away.
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Romeo plans to kill Paris.
Romeo attempts to confuse Paris.
Romeo tells Paris that he loves Juliet. (this one)??
Romeo does not plan to fight with Paris.

What event do Benvolio's lines from the opening of Act III, Scene 1 of Romeo and Juliet, hint at, or foreshadow?

And, if we meet, we shall not 'scape a brawl,
For now, these hot days, is the mad blood stirring.
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the conversation the young men have later about Benvolio's quick temper
the argument Juliet has with her father
the fight in which Mercutio and Tybalt are killed (this one)
the duel in which Romeo is killed

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  1. Jana/Kendra -- there's no need to switch names. It won't get you help any faster.

    http://nfs.sparknotes.com/romeojuliet/
    Scroll down and choose the acts and scenes you need. You will see original Shakespearean English on the left and a modernized version on the right.

    Then you can let us know what you think the correct answers are.

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  2. First off there are two of us here trying to do this romeo and Juliet thing! In the same house so sorry you feel you have been speaking to one person and secondly I did give my answer to these questions twice in fact! But I am confused on what the correct response is seeing how the first time I had someone say I was wrong with a different answer I gave. I did repost the ones they said were wrong in hopes that someone would check my work or atleast help me understand it better. But thank you for your time anyway. We appreciate it.

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  3. So would you mind looking at my previous post on this and letting me know if I was right the first time?

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  4. Did you ever get the answers for this test

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  5. Pretty sure that the second one is C, the fight in which Mercurio and Tybalt are killed because what they are saying is that on hot days people become more aggravated, and it's foreshadowing the fight that is to come.
    I know this is like really late, but this can help the ones who are struggling XD

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  6. Not a good idea to be violating the honor code that you signed!

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  7. You're not breaking the rules if you don't get caught. All of the answers to English 1B Unit 2 Lesson 14 are as follows:

    1. A
    2. B
    3. A
    4. C
    5. A
    6. B
    7. C
    8. D
    9. D
    10. C
    11. D
    12. D
    13. C
    14. A
    15. C
    16. C
    17. B
    18. A
    19. A
    20. (Essay of your choice.)

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  8. Are you sure? What are the first two questions on yours? @Shadilay

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  9. "1. The central idea in Act V of The Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet concerns the (1 point)"

    followed by

    "In Act IV, Scene 5 of Romeo and Juliet, when Friar Lawrence enters, he says, "Come, is the bride ready to go to church?" Why is this line dramatically ironic? (1 point)"

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  10. Both of mine are different @Shadilay

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  11. Sorry. I guess there are different variations of the test. Hopefully someone who comes across this in the future has the version I received.

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  12. Who is Your Teacher and how does he know the honor code

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  13. are theses answers correct?

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  14. They are really WRONG
    don't use the answers that Shadilay gave you! I got 10/19.... ugh.

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  15. Do you know the right answers Anonymous?

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  16. Shadilay is right cuase they cant tell LOL!!!

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  17. 1.D
    2.B
    3.D
    4.A
    5.C
    6.B
    7.A
    8.D
    9.D
    10.C
    11.A
    12.A
    13.B
    14.D
    15.D
    16.C
    17.A
    18.D
    19.D
    10.(Essay)

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  18. Are those correct??

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  19. I hope so lol

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  20. so are these right or no...

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  21. The questions change on every unit test

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  22. 1. A
    2b
    3d
    4c
    5c
    6b
    7a
    8d
    9d
    10c
    11a
    12a
    13d
    14c
    15c
    16a
    17a
    18a
    19a
    20 20. Choose one of the following essay prompts.
    I. In Act IV, Scene 1 of Romeo and Juliet, Juliet cries, “O, bid me leap, rather than marry Paris
    . . . And I will do it without fear or doubt.”
    Both Romeo and Juliet seek out Friar Lawrence for counsel during their difficulties. How does
    he affect their decisions, and eventually, the outcome of the play? Write an essay analyzing the
    cause-and-effect relationship between the two lovers and Friar Lawrence. You may want to
    address why Friar Lawrence marries the two in the first place, and the results of his advice
    throughout the story. The introduction of your essay should include an attention-getter and
    thesis statement. The body of your essay should explore how and why Friar Lawrence
    orchestrates many of the developments in the plot. Close your essay with an overall
    conclusion, including a restatement of the thesis.
    II. By the end of Romeo and Juliet, Paris and Romeo, both of whom loved Juliet, are dead.
    The two characters, however, are very different. Write an essay comparing and contrasting the
    two men. The introduction of your essay should include an attention-getter and thesis
    statement. The body of your essay should provide examples of similarities and differences
    regarding their attitudes toward love, traditions, and fidelity, as well as their actions. Close
    your essay with an overall conclusion, including a restatement of the thesis.
    I DIDNT DO THIS SO UR ON UR OWN;)

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  23. Its all right thank u;)

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  24. all correct thank you

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  25. 1.a
    2.b
    3.d
    4.a
    5.a
    6.a
    7.c
    8.d
    9.d
    10.c
    11.d
    12.d
    13.b
    14.c
    15.c
    16.a
    17.a
    18.a
    19.b
    real unit test answers
    unit 2 lesson 14

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  26. 1) A
    2) B
    3) D
    4) A
    5) C
    6) B
    7) C
    8) D
    9) D
    10) C
    11) A
    12) D
    13) C
    14) C
    15) D
    16) C
    17) B
    18) D
    19) A

    Just took the test TODAY. Don't listen to anyone else if you're taking it today. Lesson 14 Unit 2.

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  27. not true. i hate to tell yall this but you cant find someone with the same tests as you. your best bet is to search each of your questions individually the most accurate site iv seen is brainly.

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  28. Defaced tears Sorry to tell you but I go to Connexus and every answer I have gotten off here has been accurate so....

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  29. Romeo and Juliet: Unit Test Answers
    1. D- actions in haste can bring out destruction
    2. B- Juliet is actually weeping over Romeo's banishment
    3. A- a servant explains to Capulet that cooks should lick their own fingers
    4. A- Romeo says he is now in love with Juliet instead of Rosaline.
    5. A- It emphasizes the extent of Capulet's grief
    6. B- Readers know that Juliet is misleading Nurse.
    7. A- Men are not to be trusted. Unfaithful and dishonest, they are all liars and hypocrites.
    8. B- Montague believes that it is unnatural for sons to die before their fathers.
    9. D- "Take thou this vial, being then in bed, And this distilled liquor drink thou off:"
    10. C- "or bid me go into a new-made grave/and hide me with a dead man in his shroud---"
    11. D- stay
    12. A- confused
    13. B- dull
    14. C- guaranteed
    15. C- wait
    16. C- pharmacist
    17. A- celebrate
    18. A- agile
    19. D- worked
    20. Essay
    I wrote out all the correct answers so you know I wasn't making this up, and good luck on your test! :)

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  30. I'll write the beginning of the longer answers and full short answers :)

    1) Hatred between two families...
    2) He knows that Juliet has fallen...
    3) A servant explains..
    4) It creates a vivid description.
    5) By comparing Juliet to a flower... too young to die
    6) Readers know that Juliet is actually Sleeping
    7) So stop grieving. Some mourning..
    8) Montague believes that it is unnatural for sons to die..
    9) "O, bid me leap, rather than marry Paris/...
    10) the deaths of Romeo and Juliet
    11) Horrible
    12) Confused
    13) Dull
    14) Consolation
    15) Wait
    16) Appearance
    17) Brave
    18) Agile
    19) Worked
    20) Essay - Write about the second choice, as it is mainly comparing similarities and differences within both Romeo and Paris, but I'll give you a couple of examples.
    - Differences within their families
    - who Romeo is, and who Paris is
    - Money
    - Love
    - Lives

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  31. some of these aren't optional answers on my test..
    Q1: The central idea of Act V of the Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet concerns the:
    a) joys of love
    b) dangers of disobedience
    c) evils of money
    d) power of chance

    Does anyone have the answers to this test?

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  32. you guys need to put the name of your school instead of saying everyone is wrong because its confusing

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  33. reading all these different answers gave me a headache im-

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  34. 202 version anyone?

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  35. @blah blah
    Yeah I got the answers. Ill post them in a bit

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  36. Who's answers are right?

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  37. I used Oof's answers and got an 11/19....

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  38. As of 3/10/2020 these are the answers for the Unit 2 Lesson 14 Unit Test
    1. D
    2. B
    3. D
    4. A
    5. A
    6. A
    7. C
    8. D
    9. D
    10. C
    11. D
    12. A
    13. D
    14. C
    15. C
    16. C
    17. A
    18. D
    19. B
    20. Essay

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  39. Guys do you have the answers to the test that has these questions?

    1. Which of the following best states a theme of Romeo and Juliet?
    2. In act iv scene 5 of romeo and juliet...

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  40. goody goody is wrong but i still got a passing grade

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  41. I got 11/20 these r the right answers
    1D
    2B
    3A
    4D
    5A
    6A
    7A
    8D
    9D
    10C
    11A
    12D
    13C
    14A
    15C
    16C
    17B
    18A
    19A

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  42. I AM SO LOST WHICH ARE for HONORS AND WHY DIDNT U PUT THE START OF THE SENTENCE AT LEAST

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  43. ayee fellow struggling honors student

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  44. Im also lost

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  45. 1) Power of chance
    2) Unknown to Romeo,Juliet is not really dead
    3) It adds lightheartedness to stressful preparation of the wedding feast
    4) Juliet's beauty shines like the sun
    5) By comparing Juliet to a flower, Capulet emphasizes that she is too young to die
    6) Readers know that Juliet has no plans to marry Paris
    7) Men are not to be trusted. Unfaithful and dishonest, they are all liars and hypocrites
    8) Romeo does not plan to fightwith Paris.
    9) Take thou this vial, being then in bed,/ And this distilled liquor drink thou off
    10) The fight in which Mercutio and Tybalt are killed
    11) Horrible
    12) Confused
    13) Obtain
    14) Medicine
    15) Punishment
    16) Apperance
    17) Celebrate
    18) Hazardous
    19) Worked
    School: Connexus
    Lesson 14: Romeo and Juliet Unit Test

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  46. I am in Georgia Connections Academy, and my test was Unit 4 Lesson 14, 9th grade Lit and Comp. I got a one hundred and here were my answers.
    1. Power of chance
    2. Unknown to Romeo, Juliet is not really dead.
    3. Nurse: I think it best you married with the county.
    4. Romeo says he is now in love with Juliet instead of Rosaline
    5. By comparing Juliet to a flower, Capulet emphasizes that she is too young to die.
    6. Readers know Juliet is actually sleeping.
    7. So stop grieving. Some mourning is a natural result of love but too much grief is foolish.
    8. Romeo does not plan to fight with Paris
    9. Take thou this vial, being then in bed........
    10. The fight in which Mercutio and Tybalt are killed.
    11. Stay
    12. Predict
    13. Obtain
    14. Medicine
    15. Tomb
    16. Appearance
    17. Harm
    18. Bad
    19. Begged
    20. Essay question
    I looked at everyone’s response, and I think we all go to different connections academy’s, but these were the answers to my test. I got a 19/19 100% I hope this helps.

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  47. I AM THE REAL SONIC. Why are so many people faking to be me? Please stop it get some help. Also anyone have a spare chili dog? I’ll offer rings for it.

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  48. Hey Guys!!! This is the 2021 version of The Romeo and Juliet Unit Test. I hope this helps, but just so your aware if one of my answers/questions isn't part of your test, just scroll up and review everyone else's, that is how I got my answers.
    1) Power of Chance
    2) Unknown to Romeo...
    3) A servant explains to Capulet...
    4) Romeo says he is now in love with Juliet instead of Rosaline
    5) By comparing Juliet to a flower...she is too young to die
    6) Readers know that Juliet is misleading Nurse
    7) So stop grieving...
    8) Montague believes...for sons to die before their fathers
    9) "Take thou this vial...
    10) "Or bid me into a new-made grave...
    11) stay
    12) spoiled
    13) obtain
    14) guaranteed
    15) punishment
    16) pharmacist
    17) harm
    18) agile
    19) worked
    20) Essay :)

    Good Luck Guys!!! You got this!!!!

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  49. Answer:
    here is the summarized correct test. I will use key words as to not mislead anyone.
    1. which statement describes theme.
    Hatred between two families
    2.Dramatic irony occurs
    Unknown to Romeo
    3. Shakespeare comic relief
    cook licking his fingers
    4. read line Romeos monologue act 2 scene 2
    love with Juliet not Rosaline
    5. act iv scene 5
    extent of Capulets grief.
    6. Juliet's lines act iv scene 2
    misleading nurse
    7. act iii scene 1
    why did you interfere, arm stabbed me
    8. act v scene 3 Prince:
    The Capulets and Montagues will experience peace
    9. How did Juliet change throughout the play
    leap off of tower
    10. prologue foreshadow
    deaths of Romeo and Juliet
    11. headstrong definition
    willful
    12.confounded
    confused
    13. procure
    obtain
    14. cordial
    medicine
    15. sepulcher
    tomb
    16. pestilence
    plague
    17. scathe
    harm
    18. nimble
    agile
    19. toiled
    worked
    I will not do the essay part for it takes too long.

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  50. essay thingy for question 20 :) <3
    Romeo and Paris had a lot of things in common as well as their differences. They both came from well-off families and neither of them were violent what so ever. When Tybalt tries to talk Romeo into fighting Paris he refuses. Paris on the other hand, only focused on Juliet meanwhile Romeo was mentally unavailable and doesn't know his feeling.
    I hope this helps :) GOOD LUCK!!

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  51. quick tip - some of these questions are the same but are in different order, if you do ctrl-f then you can search the question (or answer) so you don't have to keep scrolling up and down from different batches of answers :)

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  52. all of these are wrong 2021 april 1

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  53. Not everyone comes from the same place so every one will have different questions. Someone else has the essay written on the same test but a different question they chose 2 they put

    'Romeo and Paris were two men who had come from rich families. They both loved Juliet, and they both had died at the end of the play. Neither men were very violent, and when Tybalt tried to provoke Romeo into fighting, Romeo refuses. Paris is the suitor of Juliet. Romeo is not just the son of, but the heir of Montague and Lady Montague who are sworn enmities of the Capulet. Paris is a rather confident man and only focuses solely on Juliet, whereas Romeo is emotionally unstable and changes his love interest. They both have quite similar social status, and wealth.'

    All credits go to them. I hope this helps for the essay. 💜💜

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