Hamlet Act I scene iii

buttons flower buds
cautel deception
censure a belief
crescent flourishing
habit clothing
husbandry management of money
liquid changeable
primy in prime time
temple body
thews muscular power
describe the attitudes and values of Laertes gives to Ophelia and those that Polonius gives to Laertes caringViolent and power-centric
explain the reasons that Laertes and Polonius both give Ophelia to convince her not to trust Hamlet’s love immatureidlewon’t lastisn’t trueroyal responisibilities
evaluate Polonius’ advice to his son. associate only with the upper classkeep good helpful friends closeavoid conflictsif you must fight, make your enemy fear you
what is comical about Polonius? telling his son how to do things he doesn’t do and be things he isnthypocritical