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Instructions:Select all the correct answers. Read this excerpt from act III, scene I, of Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet:

ROMEO: This gentleman, the prince's near ally,
My very friend, hath got his mortal hurt
In my behalf; my reputation stain'd
With Tybalt's slander,—Tybalt, that an hour
Hath been my kinsman! O sweet Juliet,
Thy beauty hath made me effeminate
And in my temper soften'd valour's steel!

What are two central ideas of the excerpt?

Romeo blames falling in love with Juliet as the cause of Mercutio’s death.
Romeo blames Tybalt’s hatred towards the Montagues as the cause of Mercutio’s death.
Romeo blames his own cowardice and refusal to fight as the cause of Mercutio’s death.
Romeo blames Mercutio’s impulsiveness as the cause of Mercutio’s death.
Romeo blames Benvolio’s inability to stop the fight as the cause of Mercutio’s death.

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Answer 1
Answer: Romeo blames his own cowardice and refusal to fight as the cause of Mercutio’s death.

Answer 2
Answer: Romeo blames Mercutioa

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Which is the appositive in this sentence? They think that they, the major leagues, made a huge mistake by not drafting him.
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B. the major leagues

An appositive is a noun that renames another noun that is adjacent to it. In this case it would be "the major leagues" which renames "they" in the sentence.
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So doom appeared to us, dark word of Zeus for us, our evil days.
My men stood up and made a fight of it –
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Which elements of epic poetry are demonstrated in this passage? Check all that apply.
repetition
an epic hero showing bravery in battle
an invocation of the muse
a difficult journey with trials
supernatural elements

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Apart from an invocation of the muse, all the given elements are shown in the passage of the epic poetry.

What is epic poetry?

Epic poetry is a kind of poetry written in a prolonged manner that describes the character of one or many individuals.

The epic poetry demonstrates the epic hero who seemed to be heroic and brave, with some indications of supernatural things and a number of trials representing a difficult journey.

Therefore, the invocation of the muse is not an element being shown up in the passage of the epic poetry.

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b. an epic hero showing bravery in battle

d. a difficult journey with trials

e. supernatural elements

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According to the monk, what is one of Fortune’s traits?

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Answer:

She abandons people when they least expect it

Explanation:

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