Table of Contents
- 1 What ended the opening fight between the Capulets and Montagues?
- 2 Who stopped the fighting in Romeo and Juliet?
- 3 Who tries to break up the fighting?
- 4 Who breaks up the fight in the square?
- 5 What do the Montagues and Capulets decide to do in the end?
- 6 Why are the Montagues and Capulets fighting?
- 7 Who started the fight between the Montagues and Capulets?
What ended the opening fight between the Capulets and Montagues?
What ended the opening skirmish? The prince threatens Capulets and Montague’s death if argument starts again.
Who stopped the fighting in Romeo and Juliet?
The play opens with two servants from the house of Capulet talking about their hatred of the Montagues. They meet two servants from the house of Montague and a fight breaks out. Benvolio tries to stop the fight but when Tybalt arrives things get worse.
How does the street fight end in Romeo and Juliet?
Romeo fights Tybalt and wins causing him to get banished. This makes Romeo very upset because he won’t be able to see Juliet again and because he loves Verona. He takes Romeos place in a fight with Tybalt and dies doing so. Mercutio is always joking.
Who tries to break up the fighting?
9th Honors Lit and Comp Romeo and Juliet Study Questions
|Who is fighting at the beginning of the first scene?||Samson and Abram|
|Who tries to break up the fighting?||Benvolio|
|What threat does the Prince make to Lord Montague and Lord Capulet?||Death if they disturb the streets again|
Who breaks up the fight in the square?
ROMEO & Juliet Act 1 Scene 1 & 2
|Who tries to stop the fight in the town square?||Benvolio|
|How many times have these families disturbed the peace in Verona?||3|
|What punishment does the Prince say he will give if the families fight again?||death penalty|
|Why is Lord Montague worried about Romeo?||he is very depressed|
What do Capulets and Montagues do at the end?
So, to conclude, Lord Montague and Lord Capulet, in agreeing to end their feud, pledge to have constructed golden statues of the other’s dead child. Lord Montague promises to have a statue of Juliet built in pure gold; similarly, Lord Capulet vows to have one fashioned like Romeo.
What do the Montagues and Capulets decide to do in the end?
What do Lord Montague and Capulet decide to do about the feud at the end of the play? End the feud and become friends again. Who says these lines at the VERY END of the play: “For never was story of more woe, than this of Juliet and her Romeo”? His plan to secretly marry Romeo and Juliet.
Why are the Montagues and Capulets fighting?
The beginning prologue only mentions that the feud between the Capulets and the Montagues stemmed from a grudge between the two families. In the opening of Act 1, we see that even the presence of a Capulet or a Montague can instantaneously start a fight because of the hatred they felt for each other.
Why do the Montagues and Capulets fight?
Who started the fight between the Montagues and Capulets?
It is these servants who are the immediate cause of the fight. Sampson and Gregory (Capulet servants) are walking along when some Montague servant come out. Sampson insults them and they start fighting after a bit of a verbal argument. When Tybalt comes in, he makes the fight worse.