Scene IV

Milan. The Duke's palace

Enter Silvia, Valentine, Thurio, and Speed

Silvia

Servant!

Valentine

Mistress?

Speed

Master, Sir Thurio frowns on you.

Valentine

Ay, boy, it's for love.

Speed

Not of you.

Valentine

Of my mistress, then.

Speed

'Twere good you knocked him.

Exit

Silvia

Servant, you are sad.

Valentine

Indeed, madam, I seem so.

Thurio

Seem you that you are not?

Valentine

Haply I do.

Thurio

So do counterfeits.

Valentine

So do you.

Thurio

What seem I that I am not?

Valentine

Wise.

Thurio

What instance of the contrary?

Valentine

Your folly.

Thurio

And how quote you my folly?

Valentine

I quote it in your jerkin.

Thurio

My jerkin is a doublet.

Valentine

Well, then, I'll double your folly.

Thurio

How?

Silvia

What, angry, Sir Thurio! do you change colour?

Valentine

Give him leave, madam; he is a kind of chameleon.

Thurio

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