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1. Why doesn’t Juliet want to marry Paris? (1 point) She is already married. She is in love with Romeo. Paris has never wooed her. all of the above

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id say the secone one.
okay
Well, that's my answer as well. The play is called, "Romeo & Juliet". Have you not watched/read it? The solution is rather obvious.

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lol kinda I have seen clips of the movie but reading im kinda doing that right now lol I just check my answers.
~comes in cause I have to answer this~ I agree with the slytherinhelper!
lol okay ha ^_^ thanks everyone. :)
like i first said the second one...
what class is this ?
English 1
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English 1, Geometry, World Geo, Biology, Art, Computers, and Personal Fitness. Why???

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