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Can You Get A High Score On This Romeo and Juliet Quotes Quiz?

Just how well do you know the quotes from Shakespeare's best-known play?

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Beano Quiz Team
Last Updated:ย  June 2nd 2023

Romeo and Juliet is probably William Shakespeare's most famous play - and when it comes to quotable lines, the Bard never misses! See how you do on this trivia quiz about the play's most famous lines! And if you're crazy about Shakespeare, we've got more fun in store for you! Read our Shakespeare facts, then have a go at this Shakespeare quiz, and finish it off by laughing your head off with some Shakespeare jokes!

1/10 Romeo and Juliet

What are Romeo and Juliet described as in the play?

2/10 A Shakespeare book

Which character says "A plague o' both your houses!"

3/10 A European city which we can't name because that would give the answer away

Complete this quote: "In fair _______, where we lay our scene"

4/10 A lady sitting by a lake, possibly chatting to that dolphin nearby

When Juliet says "O Romeo, Romeo, wherefore art thou Romeo?", what does she mean?

5/10 A hypnotised rose

Complete this quote: "________ is such sweet sorrow."

6/10 A man dressed as a Jedi writing on a piece of paper with a quill

Who says this: "These violent delights have violent ends"?

7/10 A woman biting her thumb

What's the reply to this line: "Do you bite your thumb at us, sir?"

8/10 A cat and a broken window

Complete this quote: "But soft, what _____ through yonder window breaks?"

9/10 A cool star in sunglasses

What does Romeo mean when he says: "I defy you, stars!"

10/10 A some balls of dough

Complete this quote: "For never was a story of more ______ / Than this of Juliet and her Romeo."

Result: Oh no

Oh no! Looks like you need to get back from the books and brush up on your Shakespeare!

Result: Not bad

Not bad! You're probably a bit of a Shakespeare fan! Why not have another go and see if you can bring your score up?

Result: Very good

Great job! You were paying attention in class! We know you can make your score perfect, though - why not try one more time?

Result: Perfect

PERFECT! You're a Shakespeare EXPERT, and definitely top of the class in English!