This 35 question figurative language identification of Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet Act IV is an excellent in class or homework activity. It may be done individually or in groups. It could be implemented as a prereading guide or as an assessment. Some examples of the figurative language devices students must identify from direct quotations are alliteration, parallel structure, classical allusion, repetition, simile, personificatione, and pun. Many of the items require more than one answer.