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  • Scene 1
  • Im hurt thy Romeo !!!
  • Mercutio! What have you done thee Tybalt?
  • Scene 1
  • (scared)
  • You shall die for what you have done!
  • Scene 2
  • No! Tell me your lying!
  • Juliet?! Romeo killed thee Tybalt and now he be banished.
  • Mercutio and Tybalt were fightin until... Tybalt stabbed Mercutio and Romeo witnessed the whole thing. Now Romeo is upset because of what Tybalt has done.
  • Scene 3
  • What are we going to do about thy Romeo? You know Juliet is upset.
  • Since Tybalt stabbed Mercutio, Romeo decides to kill Tybalt.
  • Scene 4
  • I dont want to hear it Juliet!
  • You're going to marry Paris in two days. I dont want to hear anything Juilet!
  • The nurse has told Juliet what she found out about the killing situation. Now Juliet is upset because her love is being banished for what he has done and Mercutio is dead.
  • Scene 5
  • Friar Lawrence and the nurse are thinking of something that can help Romeo out in incident he got himself into.
  • We have to think of something for thy Romeo.
  • Lord Capulet is forcing Juliet to marry Paris because in his eyes he is a nice dude. Plus, he sees how depressed Juliet is after Tybalts death. So, they're all arguing about Juliet getting married to Paris.
  • Mom! Why do i have to marry him, i dont want to marry Paris!
  • Juliets thinkinga bout killing herself because her mother and father told her thats she has to marry Paris in two days. Shes already messing with Romeo and doesnt want to betrayal him. If she doesnt marry Paris, her father will disown her.
  • What shall i do about Paris and Romeo? I shall kill myself or convince friar Lawrence to help me out.
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