Which statement best supports the claim that Juliet's actions make the play a tragedy?
She is a noble figure who meets with disaster as a result of fate and her
own character flaws.
She is a complex character with a mix of good and bad character traits.
Although she is a member of a noble household, she is a figure of little
She speaks in poetic language that often includes vivid images and
figures of speech
Based on her being an important character and her story ending in disaster, her story is a tragedy. A romantic tragedy.
2: "jesse kept on, his voice rising in anger."
4: "andy stormed out angrily."
i answered the question and it said these two were right : )
i hope this