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MEDAL AND FAN PLEASE HELP!!! In act 1 of Romeo and Juliet, what kind of wordplay does Lady Capulet use in her monologue comparing Paris to a book? A. Metaphors B. Paradox C. Puns D. Sarcasm What can be concluded about Tybalt in Act II of Romeo and Juliet? A. He is passive and doesn’t care about the feud. B. He has a hasty temper and is antagonistic. C. He is aggressively trying to put an end to the feud. D. He no longer wishes to fight Romeo. In Romeo and Juliet, which character is most dynamic? A. Friar Laurence B. Juliet C. Mercutio D. Tybalt

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Hun i don't sorry!!! i didn't do this
its okay

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Other than that I'm not positive I've never read Romeo and Juliet lol
I only knew the first one by reading the passage
its okay thnks matt:)

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