Why must romeo repeat his request for news of juliet twice

Why must romeo repeat his request for news of juliet twice

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Because he does not believe the news and does not want to believe it

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In the Future .......
Solution 2

Answer:

D) In the future

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Solution 2
The answer is C to express the extent each man would go to win the heart of Widow Wycherly
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In May, Julianne had an operation to remove the cancerous cells from the lining of her cervix. The surgery to remove the cells was painful in the days immediately following the procedure, but it was the chemotherapy treatments that were the most debilitating. For several days after each of the six treatments, Julianne was unable to get out of bed. The physical pain coupled with the extreme bouts of nausea and vomiting were more than she thought she could bear. While her hair became thin and brittle during the treatments, she did not lose it entirely. In paragraph four,what type of context clues does the author provide for a reader to determine the meaning of the word debilitating? A) contrast B) examples C) synonyms Eliminate D) repetition
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Answer:

B) examples

Explanation:

The word debilitating is an adjective which means that a disease or condition makes someone very weak and frail. In the passage, the author makes the word clearer for the audience to understand by providing information about the context in the form of examples of how Julianne weakened, such as her physical pain, nausea and hair loss.

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B) Examples

She uses all sorts of side effects of the treatment to show how debilitating it was to the patient
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Well it would probably be because it's set into a more modern area and they're more familiar with that time period. 
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This reveals the disgust Romeo has for himself for being alive and causing Juliet's death. He knows that if he hadn't been banished by killing Tybalt, Juliet still might be alive. He hates himself and tells Paris to run away because he's a better person than Romeo considers himself to be. 
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Persistence means D) Determination
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Answer:

D) determination

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A) Maybe there are other animals that have blue blood as well.

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How did Gatsby perform in the war?
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Hello there!

In the war, Gatsby did quite well, earning medals and such. Right after the war, he tried to get home to Daisy, but by some chance was sent to Oxford.

Meanwhile, Daisy grew tired of waiting for him, (maybe thought he wasn't coming home), and married Tom.

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The first four would be B) Tamika stayed home all weekend just to finish her science report
 
The next four would also be B) Mathew plans to cut the grass today

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Answer:

Unprepared

Explanation
The question was half complete but guy above me was technically correct aswell.

Solution 2
Nervous and Ill prepared