Much Ado About Nothing

Act II, Scene I: How does the interchange between Benedick and Beatrice when they dance differ from that of the other couples?

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Benedick meets up with Beatrice and refuses to reveal who he is. She starts to talk about Benedick, calling him, "the Prince's jester, a very dull fool" (2.1.118). Benedick assures her he will inform Benedick what she has said about him. There is no wooing like other couples dancing.