Could you please check these answers from Act 1 (Check only 5 questions) 1.What warning does the Prince give to the Capulets and Montagues? Answer: The prince warns the Capulets and Montagues that if someone fights, they will be killed. 2. What agreement is concluded between Paris and Julia`s father? Answer: Lord Capulet agrees to court Paris Julia and try to win her favor. 3. Why does Romeo go to the party? Answer: Romeo goes to the party to see his love Rosaline. 4. How would you describe Romeo and his attitude towards love? Answer: At the beginning of Act 1, his attitude towards love was strong because he loved Rosaline so much that he dreamed of her. But when Romeo saw Juliet, his love for her was powerful because he found her so beautiful. 5. How do you think Juliet could be changed by the encounter with Romeo? Answer: Juliet might change her mind about getting married because she thinks she`s found her true love and she thinks Romeo is the only husband to her. Multiple choice Choose the best answer.
For questions 1 to 3, rewrite the expression using superscripts. 4 × 4 × 4 × 4 × 4 A. 54 B. (My choice) 45 C. 44 ====== 3 × 3 × 3 × 3 A. (My choice) 34 B. 43 C. 35 ===== 10 × 10 × 10 A. HELP US!!! I`m really confused about this Romeo and Juliet issue.
I marked the answers that I “think are right,” but I`m not sure. Please tell me which one I misunderstood and the correct answer!?!?! 1. Why don`t you know how much Shakespeare`s Romeo and Juliet? This section will guide you step by step through the room and help you identify important action points. Why are conflicts between rich and poor difficult to resolve? Which of the following examples is most likely an example of predator adaptation? A. Warning Coloring B. Sharp Vision C. Thick Body Armor D. Spines My Answer is Warning Coloring Did You Know? Women in Shakespeare`s time were first considered the property of their father and later their husband. Marriages were often arranged for financial gain or to secure allies. It was also common for these precautions to be taken very early in a young woman`s life. For example, Capulet says her daughter has yet to see the fourteen-year-old change, suggesting that Juliet is only thirteen years old.