Romeo and Juliet Act 3 Scene 1-2

Benvolio tries to get Mercutio to leave the streets of Verona because he is trying to prevent another fight, and it’s hot; everyone’s grouchier than usual. Who begs Mercutio to leave the streets of Verona because the Capulets might also be out on this extremely hot day?
Tybalt Who comes to the public square looking for a fight with Romeo?
“Good King of Cats,” a play on his name and how he THINKS he’s so tough. What does Mercutio call Tybalt?
a villain, hoping that this will cause him to fight. How does Tybalt insult Romeo and try to get him to fight him?
Because now they are related by marriage. Tybalt is Juliet’s cousin. Why won’t Romeo fight Tybalt?
Because he is angry that Tybalt is insulting Romeo, his friend. Why does Mercutio fight Tybalt?
When Romeo comes between them and blocks his view of Tybalt. How is Mercutio killed?
He feels that he must revenge his friend’s death. After all, it was Romeo’s fight and not Mercutio’s. Why does Romeo kill Tybalt?
Benvolio Who tells the Prince about the murders?
To be banished from Verona. If he is caught in the city of Verona, he will be put to death What is Romeo’s punishment?

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