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In Romeo and Juliet, how are Romeo and Juliet different? A. Romeo is deeply in love, while Juliet is cautious about giving her heart. B. Romeo is dreamy and romantic, while Juliet is practical and realistic. C. Romeo is trusting and loving, while Juliet is suspicious about others' motivations. D. Romeo is quick-thinking and prudent, while Juliet is rash and hasty.

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    anyone

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    B. I think

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    i think it could be C

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    Yes maybe so...

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    It's most likely C

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