the setting inis like old style from back on the days
a total scumbag. what a silly question.
the interview was very straight forward. romeo told Juliet's nurse that he wants to marry Juliet and he told he that if Juliet really loved him she would agree to it.
ummm romeo and juliet? idiot..
No, it was not Russian. The play was originally written in English, but the setting is Italy, so Romeo and Juliet would presumably have been speaking Italian.
I would say Tybalt is warlike, hateful, impulsive and misunderstood.
A bird. Romeo says, "I would I were thy bird" and Juliet says "Sweet, so would I".
The families of Romeo and Juliet would not have approved of their love.
When she wants to ask the nurse about him and she has to point him out, she says, "What's he that follows there, that would not dance?". So there it is--Romeo is the guy who wouldn't dance.
I would like to recommend Romeo and Juliet because their love was eternal.
Benvolio would say Romeo was acting heartwrenchinly sad. Mercutio would say that Romeo thinks he's sad but he's just being horomonal
If you watch the play, you can find out exactly what he does say to her.
Romeo and Juliet were star-crossed lovers. Their families were feuding and would not have wanted Romeo and Juliet to marry, therefore they had to do it in secret.
After Juliet wakes up, Romeo is supposed to take her to Mantua
"(Just Like) Romeo and Juliet" by The Reflections or "Romeo and Juliet" by Dire Straits or "Love Story" by Taylor Swift
Considering that Romeo and Juliet were both children of ruling classes, the chances of them having jobs in our modern setting is remote at best. The most likely occupations they would find themselves in would be a musician in Romeo's case, and in Juliet's, a philanthropist.
Since Romeo and Juliet are not real people and the setting is not specified in the text, they can wear whatever you think will work. T-shirts and jeans work for me. Others think mostly robes and cloaks in brown and red.
The subplot of romeo and Juliet is that there families hate each other. The plot would be Romeo and Juliet's love story.
The answer to this question.... it would be... relating to the three themes involved in this play.. romeo and Juliet answer according to this would be.... LOVE HATE FATE these are the three things that would describe star-crossed lovers
I would think Romeo or Juliet. Romeo for his compasion and Juliet for her intelligence.
Romeo fell in love when he met juliet so i think that he would be romantic
he would die for her. thats how much he loves her. and he did die for her.
A Paradox in Romeo and Juliet Act 1 would be when Romeo is going to see Rosaline and being so in love with her, and then suddenly falling for Juliet.
The apothecary didn't give Juliet anything. He sold poison to Romeo, not Juliet. It was Friar Lawrence who gave Juliet a type of potion that, when she would drink it, would make her seem dead.
Juliet in Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet.
Capulet was setting Paris up with Juliet. He invited Paris to the party so Juliet would have a chance to look him over, and Paris would have a chance to get to know Juliet. But that didn't really happen because Juliet found Romeo instead.