This is a copy of the prologue from Romeo and Juliet. I consider it the "answer key". Has all my notes on it from the text. It addresses the following: sonnet, iambic pentameter, couplet, quatrains, puns, star-crossed lovers, and it has underlined common vocabulary words that you would cover with high school class studying Romeo and Juliet. If you are teaching this for the first time and you do not have time to do the literary research needed to become familiar with this text... I have done it for you. WARNING: there are no student exercises with this. This is for the teacher to reference while teaching.