Romeo and Juliet Act 2 prologue-scene 3

What does this section of the Act 2 Prologue mean?Now Romeo is beloved and loves again,Alike bewitchèd by the charm of looks, This part has a bit of a warning that things seem to be happening very fast. Romeo is in love again (he is now in love with Juliet) and both Romeo and Juliet are in love with each other’s good looks (appearance).
Why is Mercutio making fun of Romeo? Mercutio thinks that Romeo is still in love with Rosaline and is acting strange.
What is Romeo doing after he leaves the Capulet party? Romeo is hiding in the Capulet orchard hoping to see Juliet.
What does the quote below mean?”But soft! What light through yonder window breaks?It is the east, and Juliet is the sun.” Romeo is using a metaphor (Juliet is the sun). It is a continuation of the light imagery that Romeo uses to describe Juliet’s appearance. It is almost like he has left the darkness he felt because Rosaline didn’t love him and has now entered the light of Juliet’s glowing appearance.
How does Romeo describe Juliet’s eyes in his opening speech? “As brighter than the stars; if her eyes traded places with two stars in the sky, her eyes would outshine all others, and the stars as her eyes would seem dull next to her bright complexion.” -Romeo
What does Juliet mean by “Wherefore art thou Romeo?” When Juliet says this, she wants to know why he is named that and why is he a Montague?!
What is Juliet saying about roses and names? Juliet says that a rose by any other name would smell as sweet. In other words, it doesn’t matter what name Romeo has because he is still wonderful.
What warning does Juliet give Romeo? Juliet warns that if Romeo is caught, he will be killed by her relatives (the Capulets).
Why does Juliet tell Romeo not to swear his love by the moon? Juliet doesn’t want Romeo to swear his love by the moon because the moon is constantly changing its shape; Juliet doesn’t want Romeo to change her feelings for her.
What does Juliet mean when she says:Although I joy in thee,I have no joy of this contract tonight.It is too rash, too unadvised, too sudden,Too like the lightning, which doth cease to beEre one can say “It lightens.” Juliet means that things are happening too fast and that it is all too sudden.
After the hesitation and with a little prompting from Romeo who complains that she has left him hanging, Juliet makes a rather bold proposal. What does Juliet say that Romeo should do? “If that thy bent of love be honorable,Thy purpose marriage, send me word tomorrowBy one that I’ll procure to come to theeWhere and what time thou wilt perform the rite,And all my fortunes at thy foot I’ll layAnd follow thee my lord throughout the world.” -JulietBasically, she says that if Romeo can arrange a time and a place for them to get married tomorrow, she will marry him!
What does Romeo mean by this …A thousand times the worse to want thy light.Love goes toward love as schoolboys from their books,But love from love, toward school with heavy looks. Romeo is saying that leaving Juliet is a thousand times worse than being near her. Lovers go to love as enthusiastically as schoolboys run away from their books and when he leaves Juliet he is as miserable as a schoolboy on his way to school.
Find an example of dramatic irony at the beginning of Act 2 Scene. Mercutio says that Romeo was probably with Rosaline and she is driving him mad. However, the audience knows that Romeo has been with Juliet.”Why, that same pale hard-hearted wench, that Rosaline,Torments him so, that he will sure run mad.”