*Rants about how Romeo is so in love with Juliet and says a bunch of dumb lovey-dovey stuff*
Shhh! Be quiet before he hears you!
That idiot! He makes fun of love but he hasn't felt love.
*Gasp* There she is, Juliet, the woman I love!
(Not knowing he's there) *sigh* Romeo, if only you weren't a Montague, I'd easily be with you.
Yes dad, I'm 100% sure that I want to marry her, I love her and she loves me.
Romeo, are you sure? Are you sure that you want to marry that girl?
In this scene, Mercutio is ranting about love and Romeo and Juliet which gets Romeo annoyed at him.
Tybalt would definitely win against Romeo in a sword-fight, since he's such an amazing dueler in the art of sword-fighting.
Are you sure? Ok then, cool.
In this scene, Juliet is talking about how if Romeo wasn't a Montague, they'd be together and it would be so much easier for them to be together. It just goes on from there since Romeo overhears her and replies.
Oh, my poor everything, my back, my head, my everything! Curse you for sending me on such a painful journey
Look, you know I feel bad for you, but can you stop making such a fuss and tell me what he said!
In this scene, Romeo goes to his father to gain his permission to marry the girl he loves, His father worries but after a while, he warms to the idea that he loves someone and that someone loves him and agrees to get them married.
Ok then, if you want to be married and surely do love each other, I'm willing to marry you guys.
We want to be married right here, right now by you, Friar.
In this scene, Mercutio keeps bragging about Tybalt and how he challenged Romeo to a sword-fight. Later on, the Nurse and her assistant come to them looking for Romeo for a couple of words about him and Juliet.
In this scene, the Nurse came back to tell Juliet what Romeo said to her request even though she's in the worst state possible because she went on such a harsh journey.
In this scene, this is where the Friar(Romeo's father) marries Romeo and Juliet since they love each other and want to be married.