Romeo and Juliet foreshadow

Romeo snd juliet forshadowing
“Methinks I see thee,now thou art below,As one dead in the bottom of a tomb” This conveys a vision which Juliet has whilst she says farewell to Romeo as he’s leaves for Mantua.This represents foreshadowing as this links to it happening a couple scenes later when she wakes up to see Romeo dead.
“My grave is like to be my wedding bed” Juliet states this.This presents a eerie sense for the audience however this actually happens in later scenes as she consumes the medicine made to put her in a sleep where she appears dead which concludes to her being out in the Capulet tomb where she later takes her life
“I dreamt my lady came and found me dead” Romeo retells this moments before he is stricken with bad news about Juliet.This has happened frequently over the course of the play-the foreshadowing event Romeo speaks of links to scenes later when it does take place however it can relate to Juliets haunting vision of picturing Romeo dead.