I swear to you at my virginity at age 12, I already told her to come.
What do you want?
What is it and who is calling me?
Leave us nurse we need to talk privately, wait I forgot you can listen to our secrets.
She is not even fourteen.
Yes I do know her age down to the hour.
I bet 14 of my teeth but I only have four she isn't 14.
In this scene Lady Capulet is wondering where her daughter may be and then tells the nurse to call for her.
Two weeks and a few odd days.
How long until Lammastide?
Here Juliet has just now entered asking who called her what do they want. The nurse then tells her who and Lady Capulet told the nurse to leave because she had private business with Juliet. Lady Capulet then says never mind remembering that she has known Juliet for so long.
Enough. Be quiet!
Whether it'ts even or odd, on the night of Lammas Eve, she'll be fourteen. Susan died is with God, but she be fourteen indeed...
This scene is where the nurse and Lady Capulet are talking about Juliet's age and how old she is now.
Now you stop too, Nurse, please.
Yes, madam. But i cant help laughing to think that the baby stopped crying and said "Yes."
here the nurse asks when is Lammastide to figure out how old Juliet is and Lady Capulet then tells her.
Now the nurse has started rambling about the past and she spoke a lot then lady Capulet told her to just stop talking.
The nurse has now stopped her rambling but stills mentions one more thing from the past. Juliet then asked her to stop and she did.