Good madam, do. I warrant it grieves my husband as if the cause were his.
O, that's an honest fellow! Do not doubt, Cassio, but I will have my lord and you again as friendly as you were.
Men should be what they seem; or those that be not, would they might seem none!
Certain, men should be what they seem.
Make me to see't, or at least so prove it
Is't come to this?
Emilia tells Desdemona that the situation regarding Cassio hurts Iago as if it happened to him. Even Emilia is convinced this is how Iago feels.
Oh, that the slave had forty thousand lives! One is too poor, too weak for my revenge...
Yet be content.
Iago telling Othello that men should reflect what they appear to be. Saying if they aren't honest then they shouldn't look honest. Ironic since Iago is not an honest person yet is continued to be trusted by people.
Why, what is that to you?
If it be not for some purpose of import, give't me again. Poor lady, she'll run mad when she shall lack it.
Iago and Othello arguing over the the fact Desdemona may be cheating on Othello with Cassio. Othello wants proof from Iago.
A man that all his time hath founded his good fortunes on your love; shared dangers with you-
Othello in fury yelling about how Cassio deserves to die more than one time. Cassio will likely not get his position back.
Iago taking the handkerchief from Emilia that she stole from Desdemona. The handkerchief that Othello gave to Desdemona as her first gift. Iago says he has plans with the handkerchief.
Desdemona trying to talk to Othello about Cassio. Othello wanting the handkerchief that Desdemona can't find. Othello now expresses his anger at Desdemona. Mainly because Iago told Othello to look for the handkerchief.