Romeo and Juliet

In Romeo and Juliet, why does Lady Capulet visit with Juliet? What questions does she ask her?

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Lady Capulet wants to speak to her daughter, Juliet, about the possibility of Juliet being married to Paris. She asks her how she feels about being married. Then she asks if Juliet thinks she can learn to love Paris (specifically she asks: Speak briefly, can you like of Paris' love. Juliet takes away from this conversation the knowledge that she will be married to Paris whether she want to be or not.