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Romeo was a Capulet; Juliet was from the family Montegue.

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The Capulets and the Montagues. Romeo was a Montague and Juliet was a Capulet. They were two noble, wealthy families. Well, wealthy, anyway. They weren't noble families.

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The feuding families in the play "Romeo and Juliet" are the Montagues and the Capulets.

There is actually two answers to this question. In Shakespeares Romeo and Juiliet, the star-crossed lover's families hold an ancient grudge against each other. The two are separated because Romeo's family(the Montagues) and Juliet's family(the Capulets) don't want each other together. The other answer is actually that in the story, Romeo kills Tybalt, Juliet's cousin, and he gets banished from Verona(the scene of the story), to Mantua for doing so. Therefore, Juliet and Romeo are separated.

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Romeo is a Montague and Juliet in a Capulet. Because these two families are feuding, these two are not supposed to be in love.

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Because the truth was revealed in Romeo's letter to his father, the two families realize that Romeo and Juliet died because of their dislike for each other. In the end, the two families decide to get along.

Romeo was from the Montague family, and Juliet was from the Capulet family.

The two families are called Capulets and Montagues. Romeo is a Montague and Juliet is a Capulet.

In Romeo and Juliet the two families had a rancor.

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The Montagues were one of two feuding families in Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet. The other one was the Capulets. Romeo was a Montague.

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