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Romeo asks Friar Laurence if he would be willing to marry him and Juliet. How does the Friar react to Romeo's request?
He is glad to see Romeo has recovered from his previous heartbreak and has now found true love.
He consents, but demands a thorough interview with Juliet before performing the marriage.
He is amazed at how quickly Romeo has moved on from Rosaline and doubts his intentions.
He is fearful of the repercussions they might face because of the Capulet-Montague feud.
He insists that Romeo wait a longer time to make sure his affections are real and long-lasting.