Why does Macbeth want Banquo and Fleance dead?
Because the witches fortune could come true for Banquo (his sons to become kings) and Macbeth doesn't want them to have power because it is a threat to Macbeth's power (he doesn't want rivals.)
What is Macbeth's plan for killing Banquo and Fleance?
He hires two murderers to ambush them on the way back home from the journey
Does Macbeth's plan for killing Banquo and Fleance work? Explain.
No, they kill Banquo but Fleance escapes
Macbeth says "The worm that's fled/ Hath nature that in time will venom breed, / No teeth for the present." What does he mean?
Fleance that escaped, but will be trouble later
How does Lady Macbeth cover for Macbeth at the banquet?
she said that he has had an illness for a long time which makes him hallucinate-- and it gets worse when he's tired
Macbeth says, " I am in blood/ Stepped in so far that should I wade no more, / Returning were as tedious as go o'er." What does he mean?
keep going with what he planned because going back would be just as hard as going on
What does Hecate want the witches to do?
make a spell... to keep drawing Macbeth on till they destroy him completely