This 2 page worksheet has two parts: in Part 1 the students match 13 examples of the figurative language Shakespeare uses in Act II: classical allusion, literary allusion, biblical allusion, metaphor, contrast, irony, pun, parallel structure, personification, onomatopoeia, alliteration, repetition, and simile to their definitions. Part 2 has 40 direct quotations from Act II, and the students must identify which example of figurative language is in each quotation. For example, “He receives comfort like cold porridge” is a simile. This can be done in class or as homework. A two page answer KEY with the clues highlighted is included.