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Q: In Romeo and Juliet, who wrote the letter that Benvolio and Mercutio discuss in Act II, Scene iv? A. Friar Lawrence B. Lady Capulet C. the Nurse D. Tybalt
A: D. Tybalt wrote the letter that Benvolio and Mercutio discuss in Act II, Scene iv
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User: In Romeo and Juliet, who wrote the letter that Benvolio and Mercutio discuss in Act II, Scene iv? A. Friar Lawrence B. Lady Capulet C. the Nurse D. Tybalt

Weegy: D. Tybalt wrote the letter that Benvolio and Mercutio discuss in Act II, Scene iv
chinggay_0118|Points 831|

User: In Romeo and Juliet, after Tybalt's death, the Prince sentences Romeo to which of the following punishments? A. death B. banishment C. imprisonment for life D. the loss of his noble title

Weegy: B. banishment/if he ever came back he would be put to death
Controler|Points 3928|

User: In Act II, which of the following is the most important development in the plot of Romeo and Juliet? A. the search for Romeo by Benvolio and Mercutio B. the arrival of Tybalt's letter at Montague's house C. the decision by Romeo and Juliet to get married D. Friar Lawrence's discovery of an unusual plant

Weegy: c the decision for romeo and juliet to get married
mrwylie|Points 122|

User: We learn in the opening scene of The Shakespeare Stealer that Widge has been caught stealing which of the following? A. plays B. tools C. money

Weegy: We learn in the opening scene of The Shakespeare Stealer that Widge has been caught stealing plays.
alfred123|Points 1620|

User: In A Midsummer Night's Dream, who is the queen of the fairies? A. Thisbe B. Flute C. Titania D. Robin

Weegy: C) Titania
Shanaaz1986|Points 480|

User: Which of the following best describes the character of Simon Bass in The Shakespeare Stealer? A. inconsiderate and selfish B. clever and a bit dishonest C. light-hearted and amusing D. dreamy and idealistic

Weegy: B. clever and a bit dishonest
enzeraika|Points 50|

User: In Ovid's “Pyramus and Thisbe,” why are the jaws of the lioness bloody? A. She has been attacked and wounded by the townspeople. B. She has just made a kill. C. She has attacked and wounded Pyramus. D. She has attacked and wounded Thisbe.

Weegy: B. She has just made a kill.
mandul|Points 523|

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