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"You take pleasure then in the message"(ii.iii.255).
"Yea, just so much as you may take upon a knife's point and choke a daw withal. You have no stomach, signior. Fare you well"(ii.iii.256-258).
"'I took no more pains for those thanks than you took pains to thank me.' that's as much as to say, Any pains that I take for you is as easy as thanks"(ii.iii.261-264).
Beatrice was sent to come get Benedick for dinner. Benedick just heard that Beatrice likes him, so he is trying to get it out of her. He is asking her if she enjoyed asking him to dinner.
Beatrice is being her usual self in this scene, insulting Benedick. She is saying that she enjoyed it as much as someone would enjoy choking a bird at knife point. She then leaves Benedick who loves her still.
Beatrice leaves and Benedick is talking to himself. He really believes that Beatrice is in love with him. So, Benedick turned all of the negative insults that Beatrice said to him into positive and kind words. He still wants to love her.
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