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- Romeo and Juliet: Act 1, Scene 3 (Grade 9)
- Romeo and Juliet
- Romeo and Juliet. William Shakespeare. Act 1, Scene 3
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act 1 scene 3 romeo and juliet
NOTE: Only your test content will print. To preview this test, click on the File menu and select Print Preview. Click here to print this test! Click here to save or print this test as a PDF! Print Test Only the test content will print. Why does Lady Capulet call Juliet at the beginning of the scene? It is time for dinner.
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Romeo and Juliet: Act 1, Scene 3 (Grade 9)
Call her forth to me. Now, by my maidenhead at twelve year old I bade her come. What, lamb! What, ladybird! God forbid! What, Juliet! I swear by my virginity at age twelve, I told her to come.
Shakespeare, W. Act 1, Scene 3. Romeo and Juliet Lit2Go Edition. Shakespeare, William. Lit2Go Edition.
Romeo and Juliet
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Romeo and Juliet. William Shakespeare. Act 1, Scene 3
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A room in Capulet's house. Enter and , where's my daughter? Now, by my maidenhead, at twelve year old, I bade her come.
The rather flustered Lady Capulet talks with Juliet and her Nurse, a gossipy old thing with a taste for endless, vaguely indecent anecdotes. Lady Capulet finally brings herself to ask Juliet whether she thinks herself ready for marriage. She praises Paris, as does the Nurse, and instructs the girl to have a good look at him at the party that night. The obedient girl dutifully replies that she will do as her parents say. A Servingman announces the arrival of the guests.