"It was the lark, the herald of the morn" (III.V. 6)
"Wilt thou be gone. It is not yet near day" (III.V. 1)
"Then, window, let day in, and let life out." (III.V.41)
Your lady mother is coming up to your chamber." (III.V.39)
"Ho, daughter! are you up?" (III.V. 64)
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"Evermore weeping for your cousin's death?" (III.V.69)
Romeo surprises Juliet at her porch. Juliet is frustrated with him due to his actions but tells her the good news about getting married soon. Juliet senses that it is not a good decision to marry him at the time.
"Hang thee, young baggage! disobedient wretch!" (III.V. 160)
As Juliet gets finished talking to Romeo the nurse announces to Juliet how her mother is coming up to the chamber. Juliet pretends to be asleep so her mother suspects nothing. Lady Capulet does not agree for Juliet to marry Romeo due to the accident of Tybalt.
In this scene, Juliet keeps talking about Romeo without realization that her father was approaching her chamber. As he's arriving she discontinues to talk about Romeo and their marriage and starts welcoming Lord Capulet.
Juliet confesses her love for Romeo and how she wants to become his wife. Lord Capulet is disgusted with her because she's a capulet and Romeo is there enemy .
In the final scene, Juliet gets raged at by her father. Juliet tries going to her mother for comfort yet she's disappointed on how aggravated proceeded to make her father.