Romeo and Juliet
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Act 1 Scene 5
Act 2 Scene 5
Act 3 scene 1
This is the most important scene because Romeo finally sees Juliet for the first time and Juliet finally sees Romeo for the first time to.
Act 4 Scene 3
This is the most important scene becuase Rome and Juliet meat each other by the garden of the Capulets. They decide to go married for there foolish love for each other.
Act 5 Scene 3
This is the most important scean becuase Romeo primo died by Tybalt. Romeo gets revenge for his primo and kills Tybalt for good.
The most important scene was when Juliet took the potion so she can seem dead so the plan can be in action.
This is the most important scene because Romeo sees Juliet dead and then he kills his self then Juliet wakes up and then sees Romeo dead then kills her self like Romeo and Paris is dead because Romeo killed him.
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