May 14-21st, 2013Act III, Scene i1.Give one example of dramatic irony from this scene and explain your choice.“Pat, pat; and here's a marvelous convenient place for our rehearsal” (III, I, 30)In the play, they find this place convenient for rehearsal, but the Audience/Reader knows that it truly isn’t. It would be better if they would practice in a theatre or somewhat similar.We know Hamlet is not crazy, but they do not.2.Explain the main concerns in Hamlet’s “To be or not to be” speech. Identify two metaphors. 3.What is Hamlet’s advice to Ophelia? Does he treat her fairly here? Why?