Rosalind and Celia head to an area where Orlando decided to satisfy them the time that is last talked with him. Corin comes first and informs Rosalind that we now have two enthusiasts she should see. She complements him and watches as Silvius attempts to woo Phoebe, a new shepherdess whom scorns their love. Rosalind gets sick and tired of viewing them and emerges from her hiding spot. She informs Phoebe that she must certanly be begging a guy as kind as Silvius to marry her, “you aren’t for all markets” (3.5.61). Phoebe instantly falls in deep love with Ganymede (Rosalind in disguise) regardless of the harsh terms that Rosalind says to her. After Rosalind makes, Phoebe and Silvius both suffer with being in deep love with somebody who scorns their love. Phoebe then convinces Silvius to publish a poem she can send it to Ganymede with her so.
Rosalind and Celia go back to their spot to wait patiently for Orlando whom comes nearly hour late.