world lit. as you like it (shakespeare) act 3 quiz

phebe doesn’t like silvius but when she meets Ganymede she falls in love with him instead. But Ganymede isn’t actually a guy causing an issue.
silvius is in love with phebe but she doesn’t love him back because she loves someone else. He tries everything to get her but she doesn’t pay attention to him.
touchstone is physically attracted to audrey but not her face or anything he just wants something more. He makes an agreement with her that he will marry her so that he can get his desire and then divorce her soon after which she agrees on.
audrey likes touchstone and wants someone to marry but she is ugly so no one else would want her. She agrees to marry touchstone just so that he can get what he wants and then she can get what she wants.
orlando is in love with rosalind and is writing poems on trees expressing his love for rosalind. when he runs into the boy version of rosalind (which he doesn’t know is her) he gets help from “him” and then Ganymede helps him to talk with her (tricks him a little bit) and “he” believes that he is not really in love because of the signs he is showing is not any of that he is in love.
rosalind (ganymede) is in love with orlando and plays the knave with him so that she can help him feel better when talking to rosalind even though she is someone else. she helps him so that she can in a way trick him into what she wants from him.
oliver teams up with Duke Frederick so that they can find orlando dead or alive or else his house and things will be taken from him. He doesn’t get what he wants but duke frederick does.
duke frederick teams up with oliver so that they can find orlando and his daughter dead or alive. He gets what he wants but Oliver doesn’t.
corin tells touchstone “no more but that I know the more one sickens, the worse at ease he is, and that he that wants money, means, and content is without three good friends; that the property of rain is to wet, and fire to burn; that good pasture makes fat sheep; and that a great cause of the night is lack of the sun; that he that hath learned no wit by nature nor art may complain of good breeding or comes of a very dull kindred.”