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what does specific aspects of the design mean?

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    @satellite73 ?

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    @Hero ??

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    What kind of design are we talking about?

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    balcony scene from romeo and juliet

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    I'd guess that they are referring to the scene design. As in the way the actors are positioned and the way they interact with the set. Usually in plays this will be denoted in italics preceding the dialogue of the play.

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    ok so can i write romeo is standing in front of a tree ,juliet at the balcony talking about romeo

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    right, but the response may want more. You might say something about why juliet is at the balcony, why does it matter that she is at a balcony versus at the table etc. Does that make sense?

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    sort of

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    basically add to your answer, why does it matter that the characters are positioned the way they are. ask yourself, why do these details matter ?

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    ohh i see thk u soooo much

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    what does it mean when its says if this model were built full scale

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    if the scene was real. Like if it were in a movie, instead of on a stage.

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    soin my case what would it mean

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    ?

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    so if this were the balcony scene what would it mean??

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