“Tybalt, the reason I have to love thee Doth much excuse the appertaining rage to such a greeting. Villain am I none. Therefore Farewell. I see thou knowest me not.” Act 3 scene 1, Romeo’s responses to Tybalt’s fighting advancesROMEO
“As dearly as mine be own, be satisfied, O calm, dishonorable, Vile Submission!” Act 3 scene 1, Mercutio stepping in when Romeo doesn’t and Romeo’s attempt at vile submissionMERCUTIO
“A PLAGUE OF BOTH HOUSE’S “ Act 3 scene 1, Mercutio’s use of reptitious wordsMERCUTIO
“My very friend, hath got his mortal hurt. In my behalf. My reputation is stained.” Act 3 Scene 1, Romeo’s reasoning for rehabilitationROMEO
“This day’s black fate doth more depend. This day begins the woes others must end.” Act 3 Scene 1, Romeo’s reasoning for rehabilitationROMEO
“Hath been my cousin, O sweet Juliet! Thy beauty hath made me effeminate And in my temper softened valor’s steel Act 3 Scene 1, Romeo’s reasoning for rehabilitationROMEO
“What devil art thou that torment me thus? This torture should be roared in dismal hell. Hath Romeo slain himself. Say thou but “Ayy” Act 3 Scene 2, Juliet’s misconceptions because of the nurseJULIET
“Is Romeo Slaughtered? and is Tybalt? My dearest cousin, and my dearer lord.” Act 3 Scene 2, Juliet’s misconceptions because of the nurseJULIET
“That ‘banished’, that one word banished. Hath slain 10,000 Tybalt’s. Tybalt’s death.” Act 3 Scene 2, Juliet’s reaction to Romeo’s killing of TybaltJULIET
“Ha, banishment! Be merciful, say “death,” For exile hath more terror in his look.” Act 3 Scene 3, Romeo’s reaction’s when he learns of his banishmentROMEO
“In what part of this vile anatomy doth my name lodge? Tell me, that I may sack thy hateful mansion.” Act 3 Scene 3, Romeo’s suicidal tendency ROMEO
“There art thou happy. Tybalt would kill thee, But thou slewest Tybalt! there are thou happy.” Act 3 Scene 3, Friar Lawrence’s reasoning for why Romeo should count his blessingsFRIAR
“Or by the break of day [disguised] from hence Sojourn in Montana.” Act 3 Scene 3, Friar’s plan for Romeo to escape-FRIAR
“Monday ha ha! Well, Wednesday is too soon. O’ Thursday let it be.-O’ Thursday tell her.” Act 3 Scene 4, Lord Capulet’s plan for his daughter-LORD CAPULET
“Evermore weeping for your cousins death” Act 3 Scene 5, Lady Capulet’s misunderstanding of Juliet’s sadness.”-LADY CAPULET
“I will not marry yet, and when I do, it shall be Romeo who do you know I hate.” Act 3 Scene 5, Juliet’s response when she is told to marry Paris.-JULIET
Or will I drag thee on a hurdle thiter. Out you green sickness carrion! Act 3 Scene 5, Lord Capulet’s response to Juliet’s refusal to marry Paris.-LORD C
An you will be mine, Ill give to you my friend Act 3 Scene 5, Lord Capulet’s response to Juliet’s refusal to marry Paris-LORD C
“I think its best you married within the county. O he’s a lovely gentleman.” Act 3 Scene 5, Nurse’s reasoning for Juliet to marry Paris-NURSE
“Delay this marriage for a week or month, and if you do not, make the bridal bed that dim moment where Tybalt lies.” Act 3 Scene 5, Juliet’s plan on how to not marry -JULIET
“Ill to the Friar to know his remedy, and if all else fail, myself have power to die.” Act 3 Scene 5, Juliet’s plan on how to not marry-JULIET
“To stop the inundation of her tears, which minded too much by herself alone.” Act 4 Scene 1,The reasoning Lord Capulet wants Juliet to marry Paris soon -LORD CAPULET
“Be not so long to speak. I long to die If what so speak’st speak not of remedy.” Act 4 Scene 1, what Juliet will do if friar cant stop the marriage-JULIET
“O, bid me leap, rather than marry Paris, from of the battlements of the tower.” Act 4 Scene 1, Juliet’s willingness to do anything to avoid marrying Paris-JULIET
“Where I have learned me to repent sin of disobedient opposition.” Act 4 Scene 2, Juliet’s changed heart and Capulet’s reaction as a result of it-JULIET(ALL QUOTES FROM SCENE 2)
“What if it be a poison which the Friar hath minister me dead.” -Juliet’s worries about Friar’s plan-JULIET(ALL QUOTES FROM SCENE 3)
“I saw her laid low in he kindred’s vault And presently took post to tell you.” Act 5 Scene 1, Balthasar’s mistake bringing the news-BALTHASAR
“Get me ink and paper, And post horses. I will hence tonight.” Act 5 Scene 1, Romeo’s decision after he hears Balthasar’s-ROMEO
“Where the infectious pestilence did reign, Seaked up the doors and would not let us forth, So that my speed to Mantua there was stayed.” Act 5 Scene 2, The reason Friar is unable to deliver the plan of Romeo-FRIAR
“And here is to come to do some villainous shame. To the dead bodies I will apprehend them.” Act 5 Scene 3, The reason Paris believes Romeo is at Juliet’s grave-PARIS
“Is Crimson in thy lips and in thy cheeks, And death’s pale flag is not advanced there.” Act 5 scene 3, Dramatic irony when Romeo sees Juliet for the first time-ROMEO
“This is thy sheath, there rust, and let me die.” Act 5 Scene 3, Juliet’s physical reaction after she sees Romeo-Juliet
“Alas, my liege, my wife is dead.” Act 5 Scene 3, The news Lord Montague brings of his wife-Montague
“O brother Montague give me thy hand.” Act 5 Scene 3, The Change between the Capulet’s and Montague’s-Capulet