I call on you in the name of Rosaline's bright eyes...to rise and appear to us in the flesh!
If he hears you, he'll be furious!
Act 2 Scene 2
She speaks. Oh, speak again, bright angel!
Oh, Romeo, Romeo!
Act 2 Scene 3
As I love her, she loves me: we are as one, except for what you must combine through holy marriage.
Holy Saint Francis! Now here's a change! Have you soon... then, not truly with their hearts.
This is when Mercutio and Benvolio are coming back for the Capulet's feast and they cannot find Romeo. So, they are joking and they pretend they are wizards and they cast a spell about Rosaline to see if Romeo will come out from hiding.
Act 2 Scene 4
This Scene is when Romeo finds Juliet outside of her window and ask Juliet to marry him.
Act 2 Scene 5
Then go to Friar Lawrence's cell. There you'll find a husband to make you a wife.
Ah, Juliet! If your joy is as great as mine, and your... mutual happiness of our dear meeting!
This is when Romeo ask Friar Lawrence if he could marry Romeo and Juliet
Act 2 Scene 6
For begging your pardons, you can't be left alone... Holy Church.
She's a whore! a whore! a whore!
This scene is when the Nurse goes up to Romeo, Mercutio, and Benvolio to tell Romeo that Juliet is ready to get marry today.
What have you found?
She wants to give him an ''intimation'' to dinner
If you are he, sir, I'd like to speak to you confidentially.
This is when the Nurse goes back to the Capulet's house and tells Juliet that she should go to Friar Lawrence cell to marry Romeo.
Off to good fortune! Farewell, honest Nurse!
This last scene of Act Two is when Romeo and Juliet get married by Frair Lawrence.
The richness of reality speaks more eloquently than fine words.