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Polonius is questioning Ophelia about why Hamlet has been so sneaky with her.
"He hath, my lord, of late made many tenders of his affection to me"(I.iii.104).
"Arm'd, say you?" (I.ii.237).
"We do, my lord" (I.ii.237)
Hamlet is explaining to his mother about how she should not be in the bed tonight because he plans to kill Claudius tonight.
Polonius is spying on Hamlet and The Queen from behind the curtain and later gets killed because Hamlet thought it was Claudius.
Hamlet is speaking to the ghost, but The Queen cannot hear or see it and wonders about Hamlet.
Hamlet is speaking to himself, asking if he should kill himself or not. He later says no he cannot because he is a coward.
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