dopeeaf
  • dopeeaf
Help.? medal & fan. Based on his actions in the play’s first scene, at the Capulet party, and in Act III, which of the following best describes Tybalt? friendly boring evil hot-tempered
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  • katieb
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anonymous
  • anonymous
d hot-tempered
anonymous
  • anonymous
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anonymous
  • anonymous
its d hot temperd

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dopeeaf
  • dopeeaf
okay, thanks
anonymous
  • anonymous
its C bro
anonymous
  • anonymous
no i looked it up its d
anonymous
  • anonymous
ohhh you cant do that bruh
anonymous
  • anonymous
cheating
anonymous
  • anonymous
yes you can
anonymous
  • anonymous
seriously its C
anonymous
  • anonymous
your welcome. And it's d because just seeing a Montague at a Capulet party makes Tybalt angry.
anonymous
  • anonymous
yeah he is not evil
anonymous
  • anonymous
what
dopeeaf
  • dopeeaf
i was getting confused at first but thanks again.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Trust me I had to read this book for school twice.
anonymous
  • anonymous
i own the book
anonymous
  • anonymous
OH sure
anonymous
  • anonymous
and have read it for school
anonymous
  • anonymous
I read the book on the weekends but belive whatever u want
anonymous
  • anonymous
And they made us read it in modern English and the Shakespearean kind.
anonymous
  • anonymous
oh would you please be quiet with the read school gawd
anonymous
  • anonymous
bye imma go help reasonable people
anonymous
  • anonymous
have fun
anonymous
  • anonymous
g2g now bye! Good luck with the rest of your R+J unit dopeeaf! And whatever crazzydave

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