I wish I didn't know the reason why the marriage should be slowed down.
Hold on, daughter, I see some hope. But we must act boldly because the situation is so desperate. If you've made up your mind to kill yourself instead of marrying Count Paris, then you'll probably be willing to try something like death.
Yes, those are the best clothes. But, gentle Nurse, please leave me alone tonight I have to say a lot of prayers to make the heavens bless me. You know that my life is troubled and full of sin.
Friar Lawrence wishes that the wedding could be slowed down, so that he could make a plan faster to make the relationship between Romeo and Juliet work.
What if the mixture doesn't work at all? Will I be married tomorrow morning? No, no, this knife will stop it.
Friar Lawrence finally made a plan and wanted Paris to leave so he could get Juliet to go along with the plan. Friar Lawrence's plan was to give Juliet a drug that would make her seem dead, and she would take it the night before the wedding and then they would call the wedding off.
Juliet is asking the Nurse to go and sleep in a different room tonight because she secretly needs to take the vial so that she can be assumed dead in the morning.
Juliets soliloquy is important because she talks about if the vial doesn't work she will actually kill herself. She contines to list her fears and questions if Friar would give her a vial that would actually kill her.
This scene is important because it is when the nurse finds her "dead" on her bed.
This scene is important because capulet is talking about how they have to change a happy wedding to a sad funeral