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And what does Mercutio accuse Benvolio of in lines 15-30? ... I'm not entirely sure if science backs him up on that hypothesis, but I do know that I'm way more irritable on hot days. Lines 15-30 are the lines that Mercutio uses to point out that it sounds ridiculous that Benvolio of all people is actively looking to avoid a fight.

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What does Romeo say that Juliets love has done to him? 9. Why does Romeo call himself fortunes fool? 10.When Benvolio relates to the Prince what happened , what does he say Romeo tried to do before Mercutio was killed? 11.What does Lady Capulet accuse Benvolio of? Why? 12.What is Romeos punishment for killing ...

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At the beginning of the scene, why does Benvolio think that there will be a fight? It's hot and the Capulets are out and about. 2. What does Mercutio accuse Benvolio of in lines 15-30? He accuses Benvolio of ... When Tybalt and Mercutio first begin arguing, what does Benvolio try to get them to do? He tries to break it up and ...

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Name: Act Three Study Questions Scene 1: 1. At the beginning of the scene, why does Benvolio think that there will be a fight? 2. What does Mercutio accuse Benvolio of in lines 15-30? 3. When Tybalt and Mercutio first begin arguing, what does Benvolio try to get them to do? 4. What does Tybalt call Romeo? 5. Why won't ...

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At the beginning of the scene, why does Benvolio think that there will be a fight? Benvolio thinks there will be a fight because the weather is very hot. Hot weather will often cause tempers to flare leading to fights. 2. What does Mercutio accuse Benvolio of in lines 15-30? Mercutio accuses Benvolio of being a short tempered  ...

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At the beginning of the scene, why does Benvolio think that there will be a fight? 2. What does Mercutio accuse Benvolio of in lines 15-30? 3. When Tybalt and Mercutio first begin arguing, what does Benvolio try to them to do? 4. What does Tybalt call Romeo? 5. Why won't Romeo fight Tybalt? 6. What does Mercutio think is ...

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At the beginning of the scene, why does Benvolio think that there will be a fight? Benvolio thinks there will be a fight because the weather is very hot. Hot weather will often cause tempers to flare leading to fights. 2. What does Mercutio accuse Benvolio of in lines 15-30? Mercutio accuses Benvolio of being a short tempered  ...

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1. At the beginning of the scene, why does Benvolio think that there will be a fight ? What does he encourage his friends to do? 2. What does Mercutio accuse Benvolio of in lines 15-30? (“Thou are like one of these fellows that, when he enters…And yet thou wilt tutor me from quarreling?”) How is this ironic? *Look up irony.

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33 Scene i At the beginning of the scene, why does Benvolio think that there will be a fight? What does Mercutio accuse Benvolio of in lines 15-30? When Tybalt and Mercutio first begin arguing, what does Benvolio try to them to do? What does Tybalt call Romeo? Why won't Romeo fight Tybalt? What does Mercutio think is ...