Romeo and Juliet get hitched.
At the end of act 2, Romeo And Juliet are about to get married!
At the end, Romeo and Juliet both die.
It ends with Romeo and Juliet getting married.
Romeo kills Paris and the tomb were the buried Juliet
Romeo and Juliet decide that they want to marry each other, Romeo arranges it and by the end of the act they are married.
The wedding between Romeo and Juliet occurs just after the end of Act II
In the end, Romeo drinks the poison and kills himself and Juliet after recognizing that Romeo is dead stabs herself with a dagger; and she too kills herself. The end hoorayy
romeo is upset at the beginning of act one because the girl who he is in "love" with doesn't love him back. & Juliet is upset at the end of act one because she didn't know romeo was who he was at the party.
why does juliet ask romeo not to swear in moon
Romeo & Juliet dieing at the end!
act 3 scene 5 lines 97-98 Juliet is talking about Romeo dying of poison, and in the end he dies after drinking poison.
Juliet says, "Romeo, I come! This do I drink to thee!" and she drinks Friar Lawrence's potion.
She threatens to kill herself.
Juliet goes to Friar Laurence to find out where Romeo has been banished to.
Friar Laurence advices moderation in love, not violent excess. Then Romeo, Juliet and Friar Laurence leave to get married.
Depends which scene. At the end of Act 2 he marries them, if that is what you are asking about.
The deaths of Romeo and Juliet.
Romeo and Juliet is a tragedy because they all die in the end, well Romeo and Juliet do.
The murder of Juliet's father
the nurse encourages Juliet to marry Romeo
I believe she asks the nurse to ask Romeo if he wanted to marry Juliet.
They dedicate a memorial to Romeo and Juliet.
The Nurse counsels Juliet to commit bigamy by marrying Paris when she's already married to Romeo.
When Juliet is talking about if Romeo were her pet bird, she would smother him with her love. This is foreshadowing the end of the play when they both kill themselves.