Horatio waiting to be relieved from his duty at work. Spotting the shadowy-like figure, and being a little frightened.
Hamlet and Marcellus come to relieve him from his duty. Horatio alerts them of the figure he had seen.
It kind-of looked like your father, The King.
Horatio telling Hamlet that the shadowy-like figure looked like his dad.
Hamlet explaining to his mom, The Queen, that Horatio saw a shadowy-like figure that looked like his dad. He also suggest that she doesn't re-marry to his uncle.
Hamlet's mother, The Queen, yelling at him and saying that death is a part of life, and that he should get over his father's death. Also throwing in that she isn't calling off the wedding at the his uncle.
Everyone dies at some point, it's a part of life! I'm not calling the wedding off.
Hamlet, in a rather mad tone, telling his mother it's her decision, and that if she goes on, he isn't going to open his mouth at the wedding, and that he won't say anything out of the way either.
Fine! I won't even speak, or interject, at the wedding!