[Intended to be presented by junior high or high-school level students of English as a foreign language. Continuing from here. Sans annotation here.]
Narrator: Benvolio and Mercutio have been out on business.
〔be out => お出かけ中〕
〔business => 用事〕
Benvolio: Mercutio, let's go home. It's too hot.
In weather like this, it's easy to get into an argument.
〔weather => 天気、気温〕
〔in ～ like this => こんな～に〕
〔easy to ～ => ～しやすい〕
〔get into ～ => （～に入る→）～の状態になる〕
〔argument => 言い合い、言い争う、喧嘩〕
Mercutio: What do you have against a good argument?
Speaking of which, here come some Capulets.
〔against => 対抗に、対立に、反対に〕
〔have A against B => A のことで B に反対する〕
〔What do you have against ～? => 何の訳で～に反対する？〕
〔Speaking of which => （話しているところの）偶然ですが〕
〔here come (some) ～ => ～（の何人か）が只今寄りかかってくる〕
Benvolio: I definitely do not want to argue with them.
〔definitely => 確実に、まったく〕
Tybalt: Good evening. Could we talk?
〔could we ～ => ～してもいいですか？〕
Mercutio: I think you want to do more than talk.
〔more than talk => 話以外のこと、話だけではないもの〕
Tybalt: Ready any time you are.
Mercutio, you hang around with Romeo, ...
〔any time => いつでも〕
〔I'm ready any time you are. => お前の用意次第。〕
〔hang around with ～ => ～と一緒に過ごす、と付き合う〕
Mercutio: And what if I do?
Is there some problem with that?
〔what if ～? => ～だったらどう？〕
Benvolio: This is a public place.
We could discuss things more freely in some private place.
〔public => 公の〕
〔discuss => 話し合う〕
〔freely => 自由に〕
〔private => 内輪の〕
Mercutio: I see no need to go anywhere.
〔see => 認める〕
〔need => 必要〕
〔I see no need to ～. => ～（する）必要ないでしょう。〕
〔anywhere => どこでも〕
Narrator: Tybalt sees Romeo approaching.
〔approach => 近づく、寄ってくる〕
Tybalt: Well, we have nothing to discuss.
There is the man I want to talk with.
〔have nothing to ～ => ～（する）ことがない〕
〔There is ～. => ～はあそこにいる。〕
Mercutio: And he's a better man than you.
〔a better ～ than you => お前よりましな～〕
Tybalt: Romeo, I hate you. You are scum!
〔hate => 憎む〕
〔scum => 浮きかす、くず〕
〔Die! => 死ね！〕
Romeo: Oh, Tybalt, we should be friends.
Let's not talk about hate.
〔should be ～ => ～になるべき〕
〔take about ～ => ～について話する〕
〔hate => 憎み〕
Tybalt: You have injured me! Draw your sword!
〔injure => 傷つける〕
〔draw => 引っ張り出す〕
Romeo: But how could I injure you?
You are a Capulet, and I love all Capulets.
〔how could I ～? => ～（する）わけはありますか？〕
Mercutio: You are being a coward, Romeo!
Tybalt, do you want to fight?
〔being ～ => ～になること〕
〔coward => ひきょう者〕
〔being a coward => ひきょうな振る舞い〕
〔fight => 喧嘩する、戦う〕
Tybalt: Ready when you are.
Romeo: My friend, Mercutio, put your sword away.
〔put ～ away => ～を片づける〕
Mercutio: Come on Tybalt.
〔Come on! => かかってこい！〕
Romeo: Benvolio, help me stop them!
Fighting in the streets is against the law!
Stop, Tybalt! Stop, Mercutio!
〔stop => 止める〕
〔against the law => 違法〕
Narrator: Tybalt's thrust under Romeo's arm has fatally wounded Mercutio.
〔thrust => 突き、突っ込み〕
〔under ～ => ～の下に〕〔 => 〕
〔fatally => 死命的に〕
〔wound => 刺し傷を負わせる〕
Mercutio: I'm going to die.
Did he get away without a scratch?
I hate you both!
〔get away => （よそを得る→）逃げる〕
〔without ～ => ～無し〕
〔scratch => 擦り傷〕
〔both => 二人とも〕
Benvolio: Are you wounded?
Mercutio: Call a doctor!
Romeo: Please hang on!
It's not too bad, is it?
〔Hang on! => （しっかりつかまる→）しっかり！〕
Mercutio: Maybe it's not too bad, but it's bad enough.
If you look for me tomorrow, you'll find me in the graveyard.
Why did you try to stop us?
〔bad enough => 充分にひどい〕
〔look for => 求める、探す〕
〔find A in B => A を B に見つける〕
〔graveyard => 墓地〕
〔try to ～ => ～をやろうとする〕
Romeo: I meant it for the best!
〔mean => 意図する〕
〔for the best => 一番良い結果〕
Mercutio: I'm dead meat.
Benvolio, help me to some shelter.
I hate you both! And your families, too!
〔dead meat => 生きていない肉〕
〔help A to B => A が B まで行くのを助ける〕
〔shelter => 避難所、よりどころ〕
Romeo: My new cousin Tybalt has fatally wounded my friend Mercutio!
And it's my fault for trying to stop the fight.
Oh, Juliet, my love for you makes me think like a girl.
〔new cousin => 新しくいとこになった人〕
〔fault => 責任、原因、違反〕
〔It's my fault. => 俺が悪い。俺の所為。〕
〔for trying to ～ => ～の試みに〕
〔love for you => あなたへの愛情〕
〔make me ～ => 俺に～させる〕
〔think like a girl => 少女のように考える〕
Benvolio: He's dead. Brave Mercutio is dead!
Here comes Tybalt, now.
〔brave => 勇ましい〕
Romeo: Tybalt, you are a dead man.
〔dead => （形容詞）死んだ〕
Tybalt: It's your fault for hanging around with him.
Narrator: So Romeo and Tybalt fight.
Benvolio: And now Tybalt's dead.
If the prince catches you, you're dead, too.
Romeo., you must go away.
〔catch => 捕まえる〕
〔go away => よそへ行く〕
Romeo: Why does fate play games with me?
〔fate => 運〕
〔play games with ～ => ～でもてあそぶ〕
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