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In Act IV, of Romeo and Juliet, Why do Juliet's parents think she is crying?

1:Because Romeo wash banished

2: Tybalt is dead

3: Because she did not want to marry Paris

I think it is 2 is this correct? Thank you

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  1. exactly correct

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  10. Correcto

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    #1 B #2 B #3 B

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  12. All answers in connexus is B..

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  13. 1.)Situational irony
    2.)False
    3.)Because Tybalt was dead

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