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Im sure you know him... (Shakespeare 131)
No, I, believe me" (Shakespeare 132)
A very dull fool; only his gift is in devising impossible slanders... (Shakespeare 135-141)
When I know the gentleman I'll tell him what you say (Shakespeare 142-143)
Nay, if they lead any ill, I will leave them... (Shakespeare 150-151)
In every good thing (Shakespeare 149)
In this scene, Beatrice starts talking badly of Benedick, not knowing that it is him under the mask.
Benedick is listening to her talk badly of him even though she does love him.
Benedick and Beatrice dance however Benedick is trying to ignore the fact that he heard her speaking so badly of him.
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