|In Act II Scene ii, Romeo and Juliet profess their love for one another. Juliet is to contact Romeo through a servant the next day. Why?
||Romeo will tell her through the servant when and where they will marry.
|Why does Friar Lawrence agree to marry Romeo and Juliet?
||Friar Lawrence agrees to marry them because he hopes their love will end the ancient feud between the families in the future.
|What message does the Nurse take to Juliet?
||Juliet is to go to Friar Lawrence’s cell in the afternoon so that she and Romeo can marry.
|What warning does Friar Lawrence give Romeo foreshadowing future events of the play.
||He tells him that these quick moments of happiness end just as quick as they happened. When they meet and kiss they explode; he foreshadows the death of Romeo and Juliet.