Act II, Scene 3 Questions and Answers
1. What is orthography? Who has turned orthography?
2. What graces does Benedick seek in a woman?
3. To what does Benedick liken Balthasar's singing?
4. When does Shakespeare reference the title of the play?
5. Why does Benedick dismiss the thought that he is being gulled?
6. From whom do the plotters claim to have received their information?
7. Who fears that Beatrice will die and why?
8. How in love with Beatrice does Benedick declare he will be?
9. Did Beatrice call Benedick into dinner on her own initiative?
10. At the end of the scene, what does Benedick spy in Beatrice?
1. Webster defines orthography as the art of writing words with the proper letters according to standard usage. Claudio has turned orthography.
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