1. Instead of returning home, where does Romeo go after the ball?
2. What is a soliloquy and how is it used in Scene 2?
3. By whose name does Mercutio call for Romeo?
4. How does Romeo learn of Juliet’s love for him?
5. What does Romeo say helped him climb over the high walls of the Capulet orchard and find Juliet’s window?
6. What do Romeo and Juliet exchange?
7. What do Romeo and Juliet plan to do the next day?
8. To what does Romeo compare Juliet’s beauty?
9. Who keeps interrupting the balcony...
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