The nurse and Lady Capulet are foils of each other because Lady Capulet is quiet and reserved, but the nurse is loud and bubbly.
The conflict in this scene is that Juliet doesn't want to get married but she might have to soon.
What I was going to ask was if you're ready to get married.
I haven't given it any thought, but I don't think I'm ready yet.
This scene foreshadows love for Juliet because of all the talk about marriage. It also foreshadows how she won't want to be with Paris, but instead Romeo.
But don't you like Paris? I think you should marry him.
I'll see if like him, but I'm not sure yet.
"Nay, he’s a flower. In faith, a very flower." This line said by the nurse is important because it shows her opinion on Paris. It is also an example of a metaphor because it compares him to a flower. This line is basically saying, "No, he is truly a flower."