Act 3 Scene 1. Mercutio and Benvolio encounter Tybalt on the street. As soon as Romeo arrives, Tybalt tries to provoke him to fight. When Romeo refuses, Mercutio answers Tybalt's challenge. They duel and Mercutio is fatally wounded. Romeo then avenges Mercutio's death by killing Tybalt in a duel.
But I, a maid, die maiden-widowed.
My concealed lady to our cancelled love?
Act 3 Scene 5. Romeo and Juliet are talking in Juliet's bedroom. Romeo expresses he doesn't want to leave and Juliet tells him to stay. If he stays then he will die whereas if he leaves he will live. After they say goodbye and Romeo leaves, Lady Capulet enters and talks to Juliet about the grief she is feeling for Tybalt's death.
A'Thursday let it be - a'Thursday. tell her, she shall be married to this noble Earl.
Act 3 Scene 2. Juliet is waiting in her room for the day to turn night, so hopefully, Romeo will come and see her. Whilst she is waiting, the nurse comes in and tells her someone has died. Juliet believes it is Romeo and doesn't want to live anymore. The nurse then tells Juliet that Tybalt has died and Romeo was the murderer. Juliet realizes she won't be able to see Romeo again.
Act 3 Scene 3. Romeo and Friar Lawrence talk about the situation with Tybalt and what Romeo is going to do. The nurse then knocks on the door and tells Romeo about Juliet and also that he should go and say goodbye to her before he leaves. Romeo finally decides to see Juliet and says his final goodbyes to Friar Lawrence and the nurse.
Act 3 Scene 4. Capulate, Lady Capulet and Paris are all talking about marriage for Juliet. Juliet's parents state they haven't had time to convince Juliet to marry Paris. As the end of the scene nears Capulet decides on a date by saying, "A'Thursday let it be - a'Thursday. tell her, she shall be married to this noble Earl. " This means Juliet will be married on Thursday to Paris.