She is ready to leave the house
She doesn't really know how she feels, but will marry if it pleases her mother
She'll marry only if it's Romeo
She is happy to marry a rich, powerful man
"'My only love sprung from my only hate!'"
"'To be or not to be? That is the question.'"
"'That which we call a rose / by any other word would smell as sweet.'"
"'O dear account, my life is my foe's debt.'"
Who are you?
Where are you Romeo?
Why of all the names in the world must you be a Montague?
Change your name.
To make Romeo happy
To mend the rift between the families
To make Juliet happy
Because Romeo no longer loves Rosaline
Juliet doesn't love Romeo, she loves Paris
Romeo is fickle, and doesn't know his own mind
That the marriage will not mend the rift between the two houses
If Romeo moves too quickly, things can go wrong
Rose; Montague; sweet rose; Montague; sweet
Name; rose; sour
Name; rose; sweet
Rose; name; sweet
Avenge Mercutio's death
Has run away
Has been banished
Doesn't love her
She no longer trusts the nurse with her secrets
She feels soothed because the advice is practical
She is using sarcasm to show the nurse her anger
She wants the nurse to calm down before asking for help
Romeo and Juliet's dialogue as they say farewell
Benvolio's speech describing the fight
Juliet's speech as she awaits Romeo
The friar's "'There art thou happy'" speech
Romeo, Tybalt, and Mercutio's fight
Romeo killing Tybalt
All of the above
Romeo has been banished
Tybalt is dead
Tybalt and Romeo had a duel
Juliet does not want to marry Paris
Guilty and shameful
She will wake up early and go insane
It will actually kill her
It will not work at all
Romeo will not come for her
All of the above
Not to fight with Romeo
Not to be caught by the guards
To be laid to rest next to Juliet
Not to die
She drinks poison
She stabs herself
She gets some poison from Romeo's lips
She never awakens from the Friar's potion
They were destined to die and be cast in the sky as stars
They both love astronomy
Their paths keep crossing but they never get to meet each other
It is their fate that they should not be together
Put a golden statue of Juliet in the market square
Put up a picture in his home of the two teenagers
Put up a cement statue
Print a public apology in the Verona newspaper
"'Romeo, Romeo, wherefore are thou, Romeo?'"
"'That which we all a rose by any other word would smell as sweet.'"
"'For never was a story of more woe. Than this of Juliet and her Romeo.'"
"'Farewell, parting is such sweet sorrow.'"
Light, more happy
Adventurous and exciting
Dark and sad
None of the above
Lord Capulet threatens to keep her locked in her room
Lord Capulet threatens to disown her
Lord Capulet threatens to force her to marry Paris
Lord Capulet threatens to hit her