Hamlet

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Act 1, Scene 3 (page 2)

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  • He quotes the bible--says vows--to back up the things that he says to me.
  • But Father, he has always talked about love in an honourable fashion.
  • Do not waste your time getting to know every knew person that you meet. Do no start fights, but once you are in one, do you very best to win. Listen to people, but don't talk to many of them. Do not judge the opinions of others. 
  • Sure, "fashion" is just the word. Go on.
  • Goodbye, Ophelia. Remember what I said.
  • Father, I humbly say goodbye.
  • The time is right; you should go now. Your servants are waiting.
  • Do not waste your time getting to know every knew person that you meet. Do no start fights, but once you are in one, do you very best to win. Listen to people, but don't talk to many of them. Do not judge the opinions of others.  Do not waste your time getting to know every knew person that you meet. Do no start fights, but once you are in one, do you very best to win. Listen to people, but don't talk to many of them. Do not judge the opinions of others. 
  • Buy quality clothes, but make sure that they are not too flashy; do not appear to be above everyone else. Do not borrow or lend money--lending will result in losing the money and the friendship.  Buy quality clothes, but make sure that they are not too flashy; do not appear to be above everyone else. Do not borrow or lend money--lending will result in losing the money and the friendship. 
  • And, above all, be true to yourself. Then there is no way that you will be false to anyone else.  Goodbye, Laertes. I hope what I have said helps. 
  • The things he says are just traps for idiots. When a man is on fire, he promises anything. But when a heart is on fire, it gives out more light than heat; the fire will burn out more quickly than he can make all of those promises to you. Do not mistake that for true love. From now on, try to talk to him less and spend a little less time with him. You are precious. Hamlet is young and is able to fool around much more than you can.
  • Goodbye, Ophelia. Remember what I said.
  • Father, I humbly say goodbye.
  • The time is right; you should go now. Your servants are waiting.
  • I'll do what you want, Father.
  • Do not waste your time getting to know every knew person that you meet. Do no start fights, but once you are in one, do you very best to win. Listen to people, but don't talk to many of them. Do not judge the opinions of others. 
  • Buy quality clothes, but make sure that they are not too flashy; do not appear to be above everyone else. Do not borrow or lend money--lending will result in losing the money and the friendship. 
  • And, above all, be true to yourself. Then there is no way that you will be false to anyone else.  Goodbye, Laertes. I hope what I have said helps. 
  • In short, Ophelia, do not believe the vows he says to you, as they are like a terrible being who dresses in chic clothes to get what they want from pretty girls like you. To put it plainly: don't waste your time with Hamlet. Do what I say. Now come on.
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