If I want to live, I must go. If I stay I'll die.
Romeo is being banished from Verona!
Juliet are you still crying over Tybalt?
Just listen to me!
You disgust me. You are worthless.
Romeo and Juliet say their goodbyes as Romeo heads off to Mantua.
My lord you are wrong to berate her like that.
Shut up old woman!
Lady Capulet comes into Juliet's room and asks why is she weeping over her cousin's death, not knowing that she is actually crying because Romeo is leaving. She then tries to console Juliet by telling her that her father has arranged for her to marry Paris on Thursday.
Don't talk to me, because I won't say a word. I'm done worrying about you.
Juliet refuses to marry Paris but she thanks her father for finding him. Lord and Lady Capulet starts calling Juliet ungrateful and unworthy of a man like Paris. She gets down on her knees and starts begging and pleading them to listen to her.
Tell my mother I'm gone.
I think the best thing to do is to marry the count. He's a lovely gentlemen.
The nurse steps in and starts to defend Juliet.
If Juliet doesn't agree to marry Paris she will be kicked out and on the streets, so she asked to delay the marriage for about a month or a week but they won't allow it. She then turns to nurse for advice about what she should do.
Nurse thinks Juliet should marry Paris because she thinks this marriage will be better than her first.