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"I'm sure you know him well enough" (Shakespeare 131).
Beatrice is beginning to trash Benedick to a "stranger" that is actually Benedick. He is pretending to not know who he is because he wants to know what he thinks of him.
"No I, believe me" (Shakespeare 132).
"Why, he is the Prince's jester, a very dull fool; only his gift is in devising impossible slanders..." (Shakespeare 135-141).
Benedick is pretending to be someone else and talk to Beatrice and finds out she is trashing him, but only because she love him.
"When I know the gentleman, I'll tell him what you say" (Shakespeare 142-143).
"Nay, if they lead to any ill, I will leave them at the next turning" (Shakespeare 150-151).
Benedick and Beatrice begin to dance and Benedick tries to act as normal as possible while he hears all the negative thing s Beatrice is saying.
"In every good thing" (Shakespeare 149).
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