I sent the Nurse at 9 o'clock. Where could she possibly be?
Here she comes! Have you spoken to Romeo?
Leave me alone! I'm tired and I have been running all over the place.
Juliet sent the Nurse to ask Romeo if he would marry her. It had been 3 hours and there was no sign of the Nurse. Juliet was becoming very uneasy.
The Nurse finally shows up after a very long while. As the Nurse enters the room, Juliet impatiently waits for the news.
Wish me luck, dear Nurse. Thank you!
Hurry up, Juliet. Romeo is there waiting.
Juliet begs the Nurse to tell her what Romeo said, whether it is good or bad. She wants to know immediately. The Nurse explains to Juliet that she is too tired to tell her now and she needs to leave her alone. Then both of them continued to argue.
The Nurse tells Juliet that she had made a foolish choice for wanting to marry Romeo. Nurse describes Romeo as being an impolite person, however, the nurse also says he is very handsome and gentle.
The Nurse finally had enough of Juliet's annoying questions and sent her to Friar Lawrance's cell, where Romeo will be waiting to make her his wife.