She doesn't want him to swear his love by the moon lest "that thy love prove likewise variable". Juliet is afraid that if he does then his love will be changing as the moon (inconstant orb) does.
Juliet tells Romeo not to swear his love by the moon because the moon changes over the month and if Romeo swears by it his love will be variable.
Juliet doesn't want Romeo to swear by the moon because the moon changes shape and if Romeo swears by the moon his love will change shape
Because the moon is inconstant and ever changing, and Juliet wants to know that Romeo will love her forever.
because romeo wants to swear by the moon but the moon changes so she is afraind his love will change too like the moon he would swear on.
The moon waxes and wanes in accordance to the monthly lunar cycle. Juliet does not want Romeo to pledge his love in the name of something that fluctuates so cyclically. She wants him to swear to something permanent, and changing.
because the moon is always changing
I think this is referring to this bit of dialogue: Romeo: Lady, by yonder blessed moon I swear... Juliet: O, swear not by the moon [ ... ] lest thy love prove likewise variable. In other words, she's not telling him not to swear his love, she's telling him "Don't swear on the moon. It changes. I don't want a love that waxes and wanes." If you meant something else, please be more specific.
He wants to swear by the moon, but Juliet doesn't want to hear him swear by the moon.
The Moon Changes
The moon is inconstant, it changes shape over the month. Juliet does not want an inconstant lover!
He tries. "By yonder blessed moon I swear . . ." She doesn't want him to swear by the moon though.
The moon changes from new moon to full moon and back again every month. Juliet thinks that if Romeo swears by the changing moon, his love will prove just as fickle and changeable.
Because the moon comes and goes, which is a bad thing to compare your love to.
O, swear not by the moon, the inconstant moon,
Because it changes, it is "the inconstant moon".
Juliet and Friar; His potion would work the way he promised Juliet and romeo: Hed love her forever and not swear by the moon due to its unconstant orb.
"By yonder blessed moon I swear--" But she doesn't like that very much.
None. He is prepared to swear by the moon, but she doesn't require any oaths.
The moon goes away when the day arrives
why does juliet ask romeo not to swear in moon
Shes worry that perhaps romeo will prove inconstant or false or will think Juliet too easily won. Romeo begins to swear to her but she stops him, concerned that everything is happening too quickly
He tried swearing by the moon. This didn't cut much with Juliet, who said "Swear not by the moon!"
"O swear not by the moon, th'inconstant moon,That monthy changes in her circl'd orb,Lest that thy love prove likewise variable."Juliet says not to swear by the moon because it is always changing. If Romeo swears by the moon, Juliet takes it that his love will change, and she is asking for a declaration of his undying love.The moon waxes and wanes in accordance to the monthly lunar cycle. Juliet does not want Romeo to pledge his love in the name of something that fluctuates so cyclically. She wants him to swear to something permanent, and changing.He is a fickle character and before Juliet was in love with another girl. Juliet wants him to say that he loves her earnestly and stop with the stupid and overly romantic and exaggerated promises. She doesn't want him to love her and make sure it is backed up with swearing by the moon. She just wants him to back up his own love for her on his own grounds and nothing else.The moon changes nightly and is not constantly present; therefore, Romeo pretty much did not swear to always love her but instead sometimes love her but not always full and not always there.Because the moon is 'inconstant', that is it changes. It grows larger in the sky and then smaller and then disappears altogether. She wants a love that is constant, not temporary.Because the moon always changes , so according to Juliet she doesn't want Romeo's feelings for her to change they should stay truthful and the same.
ROMEO AND JULIET, Act 2, Scene 2
she objects to his swear apon the moon because the moon changes and becomes dark and she doesn't want him leaving her