This is the first marrage in the story and is when Hero get turned down.
" I DO" - Hero
'You come hither, my lord, to marry this lady' FRIAR 'NO' CLAUDIO
"Give not this rotten orange to your friend" Claudio
This is when Hero says yes to getting married, but she doesn't know what Claudio knows.
"I stand dishonoured, that have gone about to link my dear friend to a common stale"
In this scene Claudio and Hero are getting married. Friar asked if Claudio wants to get married but Claudio says no. Hero is upset and doesn't understand what is happening. Claudio at this point has not said and reasoning and has only said no
"Who loved her so that, speaking of her foulness, Washed it with tears? Hence from her. Let her die." - Leonato
In this part of the story Claudio is shouting and putting all the blame to Leonato. Claudio is describing Hero as a rotten orange. Beatrice is helping Hero out and comforting her from what Claudio is accusing Hero of doing.
"She, dying, as it must so be maintained," - Friar
Don Pedro Supports Claudio's slander, saying that they saw Hero speak to a man at her window the previous night
Hero faints. Don Pedro, Don John and Claudio leave but benedick stays to help her.
Friar advises them to pretend that Hero has died. The aim is to win Sympathy for Hero, and to make Claudio feel sorry.