ROMEO AND JULIET

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  • Welcome, gentleman! Ladies that have their toes unplagued with corns will walk a bout with you.
  • Welcome to the party, ladies that are ready to dance will arrive soon. Servant: We ran out of candy. Act I.V.15-25
  • My lord and lady, we done ran out of them there sweetmeats.
  • Uncle, a Montague, our enemy, is here at the party. Calm down cousin, leave him alone. Act 1.V.60-68
  • "Content thee, gentle coz, let him alone"
  • "Uncle, this is a Montague, our foe"
  • Then have my lips the sin they have took.
  • Romeo: You are so pure that a kiss with you has taken away my sin. Juliet: Kiss me again. Act 1.V. 105-110
  • Thus from my lips, by thine my sin is purged.
  • Nurse: Her mum owns this Capulet household. Romeo: She's a Capulet? Oh my! My love is my enemy. Act.I.V.110-120
  • Her mother is the lady of the house.
  • Is she a Capulet? O dear account! My life is in me foes debt.
  • Thank you for being so well-behaved boys. Good night. Act.I.V.120-125
  • I thank you, honest gentleman. Good night.
  • Go ask his name- If he is married.
  • Juliet:Can you ask around for his name.  Nurse: He's Romeo, your greatest enemy's only son. Act I.V.130-140
  • His name is Romeo, and a montague, the only son of your greatest enemy.
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