Paris is asking lord Capulet whether he can marry Juliet.
Paris has come to see lord Capulet to ask for Juliet's hand in Marriage.
Lord Capulet treatens to disown Juliet if she fails to marry Paris.
Count Paris visits Lord Capulet in Act I, Scene II, of Romeo and Juliet, to ask Lord Capulet for Juliet's hand in marriage. Lord Capulet stalls, telling him to wait until Juliet is older.
He promises to Paris that he can marry Juliet and Paris will get money
Lord Capulet has decided that Juliet will marry Paris
That she will be you wife
Paris asks for Juliet's hand in marriage.
Lord Capulet gets mad a Juliet because she refuses to marry Paris. He pretty much states that she will marry Paris whether she wants to or not.
For Juliet to get married to Paris.
If he can marry Juliet
juliets hand in marriage
To get married to Paris, on Thursday
She was going to make him look bad by refusing to marry Paris after he had promised Paris that she would say yes.
Mr. Capulet (he is not a Lord) is mad at Juliet because she won't marry Paris after he promised Paris that she would, thus making him look like a fool.
Because Lord Capulet thinks that Juliet has too much grieve over Tybalt. He wants Paris to even marry Juliet quicker so she will get better. But she of course is grieving over Romeo leaving to mantua.
Lord Capulet demanded that Juliet get married to Paris. As the Capulets were preparing for her wedding to Paris, Juliet drank the poison potion.
To let Juliet be married to the county Paris on the Thursday, at the church.