Romeo and Juliet Act 3

Romeo is motivated to kill Tybalt because Tybalt has Killed Mercutio
The Prince decrees that Romeo Is exiled (kicked out)
When the nurse brings Juliet the news of the day’s tragedy, Juliet misunderstands and first thinks the slain man is Romeo
When Benvolio tells Prince Escalus what happened on the street he: Tells the truth
Juliet sends the nurse to give Romeo Her ring
When Romeo hears of his punishment, he is Upset and whiny
In Act 3, Capulet tells Paris that He can marry Juliet
Why is Capulet so upset by Juliet’s refusal to marry Paris? She is supposed to listen to him
Capulet warns Juliet that if she does not marry Paris on Thursday he will Kick her out
Juliet loses trust in the Nurse at the end of Act 3 because the Nurse: Wants her to marry Paris
At first, Romeo doesn’t want to fight Tybalt because Romeo — Is related to Tybalt now that he has married Juliet
The Prince punishes Romeo by — Exiling him (kicking him out) also known as banishment
When the Prince arrives, Benvolio — Tells him the truth
The Nurse helps Juliet by — Going to get Romeo to visit Juliet
Lord Capulet responds to the death of Tybalt by — Planning Juliet’s marriage

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