Hath Romeo slain himself? Say thou but "ay," And that bare vowel I shall poison more than the death-darting eye of cockatrice.
Romeo! Romeo can, though heaven cannot. O Romeo, Romeo! Who would ever have thought it?
Act III, III
What are you a woman? An infant? Stop sobbing and whining! Your dear Juliet is alive and well, and you won't be executed, only exiled!
Tybalt and Mercutio play fight after Romeo doesn't want to fight Tybalt, while Benvolio tells them not to fight in the street. The play's fight ends in Mercutio getting hurt on accident and dying, then Romeo avenges Mercutio, and kills Tybalt, regretting it after. Benvolio tries to convince Prince Escalus that Romeo was not the bad guy, but Romeo still gets banished. This scene is important because it causes Romeo to be banished, and it's when Tybalt and Mercutio die.
Act III, IV
The nurse tells Juliet about the news and info of Romeo getting banished. Juliet gets sad at Romeo getting banished. Juliet is in denial because she does not think that Romeo would kill anyone. This scene is important because it shows how much Juliet cares about Romeo, and shows how big of a deal Tybalt's death was.
Act III, V
It was the lark, the herald of the morn, No nightingale
Romeo goes to Friar Lawrence's cell to hide out and is sad because he thinks Juliet will hate him. The Nurse arrives later to find Romeo and is immediately questioned by Romeo. He assumes that Juliet thinks badly of him. This scene is important because it shows how Romeo is easily affected by emotions, and how much he cares about what Juliet thinks of him.
Act III, V
You have to get married on Thursday, and that Romeo that you hate will be taken out
I don't want to marry Paris.
Lord Capulet calls Paris back to marry Juliet on Thursday. He does this so that Juliet will not grief as much and he thought it would raise her mood. This scene is important because it shows how desperate Capulet now is for Juliet to feel better.
Come back! I have great news, you will marry my Daughter. I will make a desperate tender of my child's love.
On the dawn of the day Romeo is being banished, Romeo and Juliet are together on last time when the nurse comes in and tells Juliet that her mother needs her. Romeo leaves out the window and Juliet talks to her mom. This part of the scene is important because it shows how Juliet and Romeo think of each other, as they are about to be separated.
Window, let day in, and let life out.
Juliet's mom states she will kill Romeo due to an unaccustomed dram, and that she must get married to Paris. Juliet refuses and Lord Capulet gets mad at Juliet for not wanting to marry and threatens to disown Juliet if she does not marry. Nurse believes Juliet should just get married to Paris and forget Romeo. Juliet disagrees with everyone. This scene is important because it symbolizes how many people oppose Juliet's decisions.
You must marry him you mistress minion, if you do not I will disown you and put you out on the streets.