and, if you be not / of the house of Montagues, I pray come. For instance: Tom really doesnt want to go to work on a certain day. Friar Lawrence's plan is also ruined because Friar John is unable to deliver the message to Romeo: "I could not send it (here it is again) / Nor get a messenger to bring it thee, / So fearful were they of infection" (V iii, 14-16). More, romeo and Juliet - Fate, some people may not believe that fate is something that truthfully exists in the world. He is such an arrogant and angry character that he provides an example of exaggeration when he gives his opinion about what should happen to people who wish each other Merry Christmas. They trust that whatever occurs in their lives comes as a result of the decisions that they make with their own free will. He has been known to refer to himself as God. Later he finds out that she is a Capulet, the rival family of the Montagues. Major Danby is not paying attention to General Dreedle, but Dreedle thinks Danby has disrespected him.
These exaggerations examples are meant to evoke strong emotion in her and make her ashamed of her desire not to marry Paris. Theres a famous sketch from Monty Python called The Dirty Fork, in which a couple dining at a restaurant complain about a fork that is delivered to them dirty. There are also several different situations that are exaggeration examples. He wakes up with a slight sniffle and calls in to work to say he cant come because hes deathly ill. For example, hes said that hes worth 10 billion, an exaggeration of up to about 7 billion.
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Common Examples of Exaggeration, we often use exaggeration in everyday occurrences. What role did the alazon have in Ancient Greek theater? Romeo, not knowing that Juliet isn't officially dead, makes a big mistake, because he is oblivious, that leads himself and Juliet toward their impending doom. Exaggeration can be used to communicate the importance of something, to create a lasting impression, or to evoke stronger feelings than otherwise. tags: Shakespeare, Romeo and Juliet.