Just keep asking Desdemona, and it'll be yours. If it was up to Bianca to get your job back, you'd have had it already
The poor thing!
Are you laughing because you've won? Do you think you've won?
What have you done? You brazen whore!
I swear to God you're accusing me wrongly!
I don't know what happened.
That behavior is unacceptable. You will never work for me ever again.
The scene presented is an internal conflict. In this scene, Othello is watching Cassio and Iago so he could listen to their conversations to see if what Iago told him was true. Cassio was a main part of Iago's plan. Iago wanted to get Cassio to say and do thing's that will makes it look like he was in love with Desdemona. With Iago's choice of words, he was able to make Cassio laugh and talk about a whore which was Bianca but Othello thinks the whore is Desdemona. Othello was filling himself with thoughts and ideas because of his jealously even when some of them might be ridiculous or not true. This shows the conflict between a character (Othello) vs. their mind. In Act 4, Scene 2, Pages 201-203, It states "Othello: He's laughing already...Now he denies it a bit, and tries to laugh it off...Are you laughing because you've won? Do you think you've won?...So, so, so, so! The winner's always got the last laugh, hasn't he?...Have you given me bastard children to raise? All right, then...Now he's saying how she took him into our bedroom..."
The scene presented is an external conflict. In this scene, Othello decides to confronts Desdemona and yell at her. While Desdemona is confused, she tries to deny anything that Othello has against her. This made it even worst because Othello thinks she is now lying. Othello was convinced at all the evidence on her wife cheating that Iago had gave him which lead him to make unexpected and bad decisions such as calling her wife a whore. This shows the conflict between character (Othello) vs. character (Desdemona). In Act 4, Scene 2, Page 227, It states "Othello: Was someone as beautiful as you meant to be a whore? What have you done? Oh, you streetwalker! If I said out loud what you've done, you'd burn up with same. What have you done? Heaven has to hold its nose when it sees you! The pure moon in the sky has to shut its eyes when you go by! Even the wind that blows over everything on earth is ashamed to visit you. You brazen whore! Desdemona: I swear to God you're accusing me wrongly!"
The scene presented is an external conflict. In this scene, Othello was forced to fire his officer, Cassio. Cassio was tricked into drinking wine by Iago which made him lose control and become argumentative. After the fun time chatting with his friends, he walked away and was found in a fight with Montano. When Othello broke up the fight, Othello asked about the situation. Montano replied with how much pain he is in from Cassio fighting him while Iago was trying to act normal and have sympathy for Cassio's mistake. However, the discussion went downhill and lead to Cassio being fired. This shows the conflict between character (Othello) vs. character (Cassio). In Act 2, Scene 3, Page 109, It states "Othello: Iago, I know you're fond of Cassio and are downplaying this for his benefit. Cassio, I love you, but you're never going to be one of my officers.-"