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The morning after their wedding night together (Act 3, scene 5), Romeo looks outside and tells Juliet:

Look, love, what envious streaks
Do lace the severing clouds in yonder east.

For what purpose does he make this observation?


To prove to her that it is daytime and that he has to leave.


To compare the beauty of the sky to the beauty of her face.


To make small-talk and avoid having to leave.


To help the audience realize where they are located


To foreshadow later events

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