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At the beginning of Act II, what direction does Polonius give Reynaldo?
He tells him to meet with Laertes in Paris and reiterate Polonius’s earlier words of wisdom.
He tells him to give Laertes money to bail him out of a gambling debt.
He tells him to ask Laertes to find a suitor for Ophelia in Paris.
He tells him to gossip about Laertes in order to learn of Laertes’s activities in Paris.
He tells him to look for Laertes in brothels and gaming houses.