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What is Polonius’s primary concern about Ophelia’s relationship with Hamlet?
That Hamlet does not truly love Ophelia and will reject her after taking advantage of her.
That Hamlet cannot marry her, even though he loves her, because she is not royalty.
That Ophelia has not been chaste and her relations with Hamlet will besmirch her honor.
That Ophelia is naive and inexperienced, and that when the relationship inevitably ends, it will reflect poorly on him (Polonius).
That Ophelia has not received permission from him to spend time with Hamlet, and her secrecy troubles him (Polonius).