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When Romeo sneaks into Capulet's orchard, what is Juliet doing?
She is washing her hair.
She is thinking out loud.
She runs to tell her father.
Romeo wishes that he were an item of her clothing. Which of the following does he wish to be?
Juliet compares Romeo to a rose. Why?
He smells of roses.
Their love would prove to be a thorny issue for both of their families.
It doesn't matter what you call a rose, it still smells sweet.
How does Romeo claim to have got into the orchard?
He flew over the high walls on wings.
He gave the guard dogs a biscuit.
He sneaked in through a gap in the fence.
What does Juliet ask Romeo to swear his love by?
His gracious self
She says she'd rather he didn't make any promises at this point.
What does Romeo compare leaving his lover?
The stars falling from the sky.
Petals falling from a flower.
To a schoolboy having to go to school.