Originally Posted By: mgree
I will surely come to regret pointing this out, but it's "wherefore art thou, Romeo". Though it's archaic, "art" is a simple present tense conjugation of "to be".

Because Shakespeare's Juliet never said "Where are you", and said somehting completly differnet ("Why are you Romeo") what case is it? I think I am disqualified from answering because I was wrong once already.

Another question(s) (second, third) is which case is:

"Where are you"

"Why are you"
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