Which of the following quotes spoken by Juliet shows the strongest example of how she changes over the course of Romeo and Juliet?
A. Madam I am here what is your will
B. I'll look to like if looking liking move: but no more deep will I endart mine eye Than your consent gives strength to make it fly
C. Well do not swear: although I joy in thee, I have no joy of this contract to-nigh It is too rash, too unasvisd, too sudden
D. O, bid me leap, rather than marry Paris, from off the battlements of yonder tower
I think it's b or c

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  1. Please help!

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  2. At the beginning of the play, she is a "good girl", doing what is expected of her by her family. When they want her to marry Paris, what is the change that has taken place in her?

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  3. meep

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  4. can i get all 20 answers

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  5. its 2020 and we still looking for answers XD

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  6. I heard D :D

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  7. ALL the test answers
    20. By the end of Romeo and Juliet, Paris and Romeo, whom both loved Juliet, have died. Romeo and are similar and different, and both bear qualities that would not make them that much different from one another.

    Romeo and Paris both come from rich families. Paris is very well connected in a political stance, making him a reliable family contact for Capulet and his wife. Romeo’s family is probably rich because they have servants and when Romeo and Juliet dies, the families plan to raise gold statues of them. Neither of the men are violent, and when Tybalt tries to provoke Romeo into fighting him, Romeo refuses.

    Romeo and Paris are different because Paris is the suitor of Juliet most preferred by Capulet and good friend. Romeo is the son and heir of Montague and Lady Montague sworn enemy of Capulet.
    (Try to make it look like its yours please)

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  8. Answer:
    In the event that this the first question for the unit test, here is the summarized correct test. I will use key words as to not mislead anyone.
    1. which statement describes theme.
    Hatred between two families
    2.Dramatic irony occurs
    Unknown to Romeo
    3. Shakespeare comic relief
    cook licking his fingers
    4. read line Romeos monologue act 2 scene 2
    love with Juliet not Rosaline
    5. act iv scene 5
    extent of Capulets grief.
    6. Juliet's lines act iv scene 2
    misleading nurse
    7. act iii scene 1
    why did you interfere, arm stabbed me
    8. act v scene 3 Prince:
    The Capulets and Montagues will experience peace
    9. How did Juliet change throughout the play
    leap off of tower
    10. prologue foreshadow
    deaths of Romeo and Juliet
    11. headstrong definition
    13. procure
    14. cordial
    15. sepulcher
    16. pestilence
    17. scathe
    18. nimble
    19. toiled
    I will not do the essay part for it takes too long.

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  9. I did a full on essay for the writing part.

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  10. Using Smokey Stone's answers, I got a 63% on the test. HOWEVER, if I get a good grade on the written portion, I will have somewhere close to an 80. So for free answers, I'd say it was a pretty good deal...

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  11. i got a 100 on the test with the following answers, but keep in mind that your test may be different in some ways!


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