Why does Capulet think Juliet is crying?
Keeping this in view, why do Lord and Lady Capulet think Juliet is sad?
The Friar explains to Romeo that he must leave Verona and never come back. Lord Capulet is sad that Juliet never married Paris because he thinks that it would have made her happy. Lord Capulet promises Paris that the wedding will be on Thursday.
Similarly, what does Lord Capulet tell his wife to say to Juliet? Capulet tells his wife to tell Juliet she is to be married to Paris on Thursday. Later, why does Juliet think Romeo should leave? He doesn't want him to die because of her.
Regarding this, why is Juliet really crying?
Juliet was actually crying for Romeo after finding out because he was to be banished from Verona . Juliet was sad about Tybalt's death at first , but then she thought that if Romeo didn't kill Tybalt then Tybalt would kill Romeo eventually .
Why does Paris believe Juliet is weeping?
Paris believes that Juliet "weeps for Tybalt's death." In truth, she weeps because? Depicts the fall and death of a noble character who is in conflict with forces beyond his/her control.