Romeo and Juliet: Act 2 Scene 1 - Summary

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In this scene, Mercutio makes a sexually obscene double entendre regarding a certain tree and its fruit - which tree was this?

A Meldar tree
A Medlar tree
A Meldare tree
A Medlare tree
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What does Romeo decide to do at the start of Act 2, Scene 1?

Return to the Capulet's house to find Juliet
Go home
Look for Rosaline
Explain to Benvolio what happened at the party
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Mercutio attempts to summon Romeo by doing what?

That he is in danger
That Benvolio is in danger
Listing out Rosaline’s attractive features
That Rosaline is looking for him
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What is the definition of allusion?

placing contrasting elements next to one another in order to emphasize one or both
literary device that uses the same letters or sounds at the beginning of words in a sentence or title.
An indirect or passing reference
the use visually descriptive or figurative language
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Which of the following is an example of allusion in this scene?

Mercutio’s references to Venus, the goddess of love
Mercutio’s calling for Romeo
Mercutio’s describing Rosaline's characteristics
none of the above
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