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In Act I, Scene iii, what primary fear does Laertes express to Ophelia in his speech to her about her relationship with Hamlet?
That she will lose her chastity to him and will ultimately lose her honor.
That her feelings will be unrequited and she will ultimately get hurt.
That Hamlet will want to marry her soon, and she is too young for marriage.
That her relationship with Hamlet could jeopardize his future in the kingdom if it falls apart.
That her relationship with Hamlet will anger Polonius.