Romeo and Juliet Act 3

Because he held Mercutio’s arms back leaving a lot of space open for Tybalt to stab him. Describe how Romeo could be at fault for Mercutio’s death.
Tybalt because he sent the letter and Mercutio was just messing around. Who is the instigator of the fight?
He doesnt want his friend, Mercutio, and his new cousin, Tybalt, to fight. Why does Romeo try to stop the fight?
To get revenge for how Tybalt killed Mercutio. Why does Romeo fight Tybalt?
Because Benvolio is a close friend of Romeo and would stick up for him. Also, because the Capulets have heard only good things about Romeo. Why don’t people believe Benvolio’s story about what happened during the fight?
He is exhiled or banned from the city of Verona and must leave. What was Romeo’s punishment for killing Tybalt?
Because he’s still alive and he didnt get killed, and Juliet is also still alive, it could be much worse. Why should Romeo still be happy that he only got the punishment he did?
Romeo says he would rather die. How does Romeo react to the punishment?
1) So Romeo can sneak in easier without him being caught. 2) So they are able to have their honeymoon.3) The night time is the time of day when they are usually together so it is special to them. Juliet refers to “night” numerous times at the beginning of scene 2. What reasons does she have for wanting night to come?
He would much rather die then leave the city of Verona where his wife and his life are. Romeo’s opinion on death vs. banishment.
He thinks banishment is better than death, it could have been worse. Friar Laurence’s opinion on death vs. banishment.
To marry Paris on Thursday. What does Lord Capulet have planned for Juliet?
He threatens to kick her out and he is furious with her. How do we know he is serious?
He will drag her out, kick her out of the house, not speak to her again, and take her out of his will to get all his wealth. What does Lord Capulet say he will do if she will not do as he asks?
Friar Laurence Who does Juliet go to see to get help with this problem?
She will kill herself. What will Juliet do if she can not solve her problem?
Because he is forced to be apart from his wife Juliet. Why is Romeo most upset about his banishment?
Yes but no one believes him because hes a Montague. Does Benvolio tell the truth about how the fight happened?
A curse on Montagues and Capulets because he died because of their feudal. As Mercutio dies, what does he mean when he says, “A plague o’ both your houses!”?
She will send someone to go to Mantua and poison Romeo. What does Lady Capulet promise to do to avenge Tybalt’s death?
1) Tybalt & Mercutio die2) Romeo’s Banishment3) Capulet’s order for marriage of Juliet and Paris What are the three events that are turning points that change how the play will continue?
Go to Juliet because she is your wife Explain what Friar Laurence means when he says “Go, get thee to thy love, as we decreed”
Go up to her room to make her feel better. Explain what Friar Laurence means when he says “Ascend her chamber, hence, and comfort her”
Don’t get caught when the guards change. Explain what Friar Laurence means when he says “But look thou stay not till the watch be set”
If Romeo gets forced out then he should go to Mantua Explain what Friar Laurence means when he says “For then thou canst not pass to Mantua”
He will live in Mantua until everything is sorted out Explain what Friar Laurence means when he says “Where thou shalt lice, till we can find a time”
Then they can announce their marriage and make peace with his friends Explain what Friar Laurence means when he says “To blaze your marriage, reconcile your friends”
then he can apologize to the prince and come back to Verona Explain what Friar Laurence means when he says “Beg pardon of the Prince, and call thee back”
Tybalt take back what you said about me being a villain that you said earlier. What does Romeo mean when he says “Now, Tybalt, take the villain back again that late thou gavest me,
Mercutio is going up to heaven but not there yet What does Romeo mean when he says “for Mercutio’s soul is but a little way above our heads”
He is waiting for someone to keep him company What does Romeo mean when he says “Staying for thine to keep him company”
Either you, Tybalt, or I or both of us will be joining him, meaning that one of them will die or both. What does Romeo mean when he says “Either thou or I, or both, must go with him”

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