|Reviews for Teach Me How To|
| Walleyandkuki chapter 8 . 11/14/2011
Please write more!
| Mademoiselle Else chapter 8 . 8/14/2011
Please, please, please, update this fic ! Your text is awesome, your writing is very fluent and pleasant. The relationship betwenn Mercutio and Tybalt is cute... and you can't let us with this fight ! I want to know the end of this story ! Please, please, please ! A french reader :)
| Nat chapter 8 . 5/3/2011
this is getting better I want to see the next chapter.
| SilentAnokoku chapter 8 . 4/26/2011
I love this fic so much I can't wait for when you next update (whenever that may be)
| SilentAnokoku chapter 1 . 4/25/2011
I'm sorry if this nitpicking bothers you, jsut say so if it does
"'What do you wish to teach? Singing? Dancing perhaps? Or maybe walk on a rope? Horse ridding?...'"- it would make more sense as "What do you wish to learn?" since Tybalt is being the one taught. also the typos struck at ridding which only needs one d
"...hadn't seen another presence in the room except for himself, the servant and Mercutio who finally ended his list with things to learn..." well grammar-wise, it would make more sense to say "his list of things to learn". context wise, it doesn't quite make sense since Mercutio only ends his list in the next line... unless you phrase it as "who was finally ending his list of things to learn"
"Mercutio walked of the stairs, looking from the servant to Tybalt..." 'off' instead of 'of'
"But the only thing the servant did was staring at Mercutio who had become slightly paler. His hands were playing with the book he was still holding."- grammar wise it would be more correct to phrase it as "But the only thing the servant did was stare at Mercutio..." and then with the "His hands were playing with the book he was still holding." part, it confused me a bit. I'm guessing you're referring to Mercutio in which case either replacing the "his" with "The prince's cousin" or soemthing like that OR combining it with the first sentence in some fashion such as "...Mercutio who had become slightly paler as his hand played with the book he was still holding."
"'What?' Mercutio bursted out again, making a roughly hand gesture and by that throwing the book he was holding trough the room."- I suggest replacing bursted with burst, roughly with rough, and trough with through
"'My lord!' Tybalt said before Mercutio had the chance. 'I came here for lessons and this man claims that… he teaches me!'"- it may be better to rephrase that as "...he is to teach me!" at the end
"They both had the same look of question, disbelief and anger on their face."-maybe this is just me but it seems a bit awkward. for sure, change face to faces. And maybe phrasing it as "They both had the same look of questioning..." I'm not quite sure though so it's up to you
Anyways, I love how they are interacting so far quite a bit, now to read the next chapters!
| allusia16 chapter 8 . 2/8/2011
i really like this you should continue
| YellowRedOrGreen chapter 8 . 5/24/2010
I just found this story, and I absolutely adore it! I also love the musical Roméo et Juliette 3 Did you also see the "new" 2010 French version? The actor who plays Mercutio in it (John EYZEN) is completely adorable :) Getting back on topic, this is a really great story, and I hope very much that you continue it someday. If not, then it was fun while it lasted!
| L.C. Night chapter 8 . 4/2/2010
Just found this story and I've fallen in love with it! I hope to see another chapter soon because a story this well written deserves to be finished!
| BluePeople chapter 8 . 2/23/2010
I just saw that you updated this... thanks! I love this story. Your Tybalt and your Mercutio are such *boys*! So difficult. They're adorable.
| SofaKittyKing chapter 8 . 1/26/2010
D: Update please. *u*
| dark-KISHY chapter 3 . 12/2/2009
I just noticed that you inverted the way Juliet and her fatheer should refer to Tybalt; Juliet should call him cousin and Lord Capulet nephew
and yes, this could definitely be taken as humor
| LittleBlackLily chapter 8 . 9/13/2009
wow, some MercutioTybalt goodies!
I loved this story, and I'm very happy to see it going again.
I hope You'll write more soon...
The dog and the cat... getting slowly to respect eachother, and a bit more ;)
also I'm abandoned one of my stories for a long time (one and half year probably) so I'm so understanding you :)
good luck with psychology for you, and also good luck with writing!
keep the story flowin :)
welcome back in fanficland :)
| K. Nonymous chapter 8 . 9/7/2009
I knew there was a reason why I kept this story in my Favorites. I admit I told myself 'Bah, it's probably dead...' and forgot it for a while, but I remembered it this weekend and I went on the story link out of curiosity. And I'm glad I did.
I hope you're going to continue this. It's a good story. You took your time developping the relationship (you didn't go from 'I hate your guts!' to 'Let's fuck!' in a chapter, for instance) Mercutio and Tybalt seem in character (well, it's hard to say from the play, but I can easily imagine them like that) your writing style is addicting and the plot is fine and plausible enough.
Good luck for the next chapters. Dunno if luck will be necessary, though: You're doing well on your own.
| Aki chapter 8 . 9/1/2009
In a to bad condition to stand, but not bad enough to do other 'naughty' things, really those boys :D
I'm wondering if you keep your word for updating :p
| Greenleaf's Daughter chapter 8 . 9/1/2009
Oh wow! I have to say I really have to re-read chapter 8 again (stumbled over it yesterday evening and read through all other chapters now) because I've run a bit out of time... but beautiful! I really can't wait to read more of this amazing wonderful story (although I have to admit I've got the Hungarian actors of the R&J musical stuck in my head visually but I think it works with them as well). Great job and very well done! *hands over chocolate cake in the hopes this makes writing/updating sooner a bit more attractive* ;P