Romeo explains Juliet to understand he should leave her. Juliet feels desperate but understands him. The nurse notices that Lady Capulet is coming "It was the lark, the herald of the morn, /No nightingale."(III.v.6-7)
Device: Dramatic Irony
I marry with Romeo!
They don't know about her marrige
Lady Capulet tells her to marry Paris. Juliet panics and says she will never marry him. But she does not explain to her why; she is not enough brave to say because of marriage with Romeo. "I pray you, tell my lord and father, madam,/I will not marry yet, and when I do I swear/ it shall be Romeo, whom you know I hate,/ rather than Paris."(III.v.125-128)
Somebody help me! Or I will die....
Lord Capulet orders her to marry. Lady Capulet says no other choices she has, but the Nurse says he is a nice guy and she will not regret to inspirit her. Still, Juliet thinks of Romeo "I tell thee what: get thee to church o' Thursday,/ or never After look me in the face." (III.v.167-168)
Juliet's parents do not know the fact that she married with Romeo.This is why Juliet goes against her parents not to marry with Paris, and the reason her parents just force her to marry because they think there are no reasons Juliet panics. As a result, a conflict forms between Juliet and her parents.
Juliet has conflicts and problems more than what she ever had in her life. Her husband is banished from hometown. Her parents force her to marry with another guy in three days. Now she is very upset. "More light and light, more dark and dark our woes." (III.v.36)