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In Act I, scene 2 of Romeo and Juliet, how does Romeo find out about the Capulet’s party? english.. sowee ^^ A. He runs into an illiterate Capulet servant and reads the guest list to the servant. B. He runs into an illiterate Montague servant and reads the guest list to the servant. C. He runs into a Capulet servant who reads the guest list to him. D. He runs into Benvolio who invites him as his guest to the party.

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  1. anonymous
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    C

  2. anonymous
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    girl did you even read the book??

  3. anonymous
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    A, I believe. However, if he believes its C then double check

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    the servant read the list to them telling them that they can come to the party as long as they are not montagues but they (being badasses) went anyway

  5. anonymous
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    Lol are you reading the gangster version of Romeo and Juliet?

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    I thought he was illiterate, but you may be right. Mu apologies :)

  7. anonymous
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    Lmfao it was A xD

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    So it is A? Alright :)

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    HAHAHA!! wish we had to read that version :P

  10. anonymous
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    awwww that version is more awesome ^_^

  11. anonymous
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    lol just watch the Leonardo di Caprio version of Romeo + Juliet

  12. anonymous
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    Just go on Sparknotes ?

  13. anonymous
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    u mean leonardo di CRAPrio??

  14. anonymous
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    lol

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    i did and it made me frickin cry!!! :( and i dnt cry easy :P

  16. anonymous
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    Meh, the end P'd me off. But this conversation has changed course since it was supposed to be about HW xD

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    ik ik and ya.. it tooka turn

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