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English IV B 1
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ACT THREE: As this act progresses Macbeth becomes , .
more tyrannical and suspicious
ACT THREE: In the opening scene Macbeth's real reason for asking Banquo about his plans for the day is to , .
plan the murder of Banquo and his son
ACT THREE: When the prophecies for Macbeth come true how does Banquo react? ,.
He suspects Macbeth of murdering Duncan
ACT THREE: The purpose of Scene 5 which involves Hecate and the three witches is mainly to , .
foreshadow the of Macbeth
ACT THREE: The fact that Macbeth keeps a spy in each lord's home suggests that he .
, is filled with suspicion
ACT ONE: In the last scene Lady Macbeth persuades her husband to ,
assassinate Duncan in his sleep.
ACT ONE: In Act One, Scene 3 the three witches foretell that , .
Macbeth will become king
ACT ONE: Lady Macbeth can best be described as , even more ambitious than Macbeth.
Macbeth will become king
ACT ONE: Whom does Duncan refer to as his "peerless kinsman"? ,
ACT TWO: Macbeth's vision of the dagger is the result of ,
the turmoil of his conscience.
ACT TWO: After their father's murder Malcolm and Donalbain leave Scotland because they ,
fear that they may also be assassinated.
ACT TWO: Who discovers that the king has been murdered? ,
ACT THREE: Macbeth's desire to eliminate Banquo is based on ,.
fear and envy
ACT TWO: At the end of Act Two what is Macbeth doing? ,
traveling to Scone to be crowned as king
ACT THREE: It is an example of dramatic irony in this act when the audience ,
sees the ghost at the banquet before Macbeth does.
ACT THREE: At the banquet Macbeth suddenly looks terrified because
, he sees Banquo's ghost.
ACT FOUR: In this play King Edward is portrayed as ,
ACT FIVE: At the end Macbeth realizes that, in keeping with the apparition's prophecy he will die because , .
Macduff was not born by natural childbirth
ACT FIVE: When Macbeth is told that Birnam Wood is coming to Dunsinane he begins to realize that he ,
has been misled and tricked by the apparitions.
ACT FIVE: Lady Macbeth is tormented by thoughts of , .
what she and Macbeth have done
ACT FIVE: You can infer that Lady Macbeth keeps a candle burning all night because ,.
darkness and sleep bring terrible nightmares
ACT TWO: The porter, awakened by a constant knocking, imagines that he ,
is at the gate to hell.
ACT FIVE: The central theme in Macbeth explores the ,
connection between power and insanity
ACT FIVE: What is Macbeth's tragic flaw? ,
his personal ambition
ACT FIVE: Old Siward grieves deeply for his son's death but he finds a source of comfort in the fact that ,
his son fought well and died for a worthy cause.
ACT THREE: The appearance of the third murderer suggests that ,
Macbeth is wracked by his distrust of everyone.
ACT FOUR: When the second witch announces, "Something wicked this way comes "she is referring to , Macbeth.
ACT ONE: The fact that Duncan was deceived by the Thane of Cawdor suggests that Duncan , .
is too trusting
ACT ONE: In the beginning of the play Macbeth can best be described as ,
admirable and courageous.
ACT ONE: To honor Macbeth Duncan says he will , .
visit Macbeth at his castle in Inverness
ACT ONE: Macbeth is surprised when he is addressed as Thane of Cawdor because .
, one of the prophesies has come true
ACT ONE: Macbeth begins to hope for Duncan's death when .
, Malcolm is named heir to the throne
ACT FOUR: Malcolm is the rightful king of ,
ACT FOUR: At the end of Act Four Macduff is filled with pain and guilt because he
, left his wife and children unprotected in Scotland.
ACT FOUR: In the last apparition that Macbeth sees, the last king holds a mirror to show that ,
kings from Banquo's line never end.
ACT FOUR: Macduff leaves his home quietly and quickly because he ,.
wants to make plans to overthrow Macbeth
ACT FOUR: Ross is reluctant to tell Macduff the news he heard from Scotland because , .
Macduff's wife and children have been murdered
ACT FIVE: In Act Five Birnam Wood in a sense does come to Dunsinane because ,.
the soldiers cut tree boughs to use as camouflage
ACT THREE: At the banquet lady Macbeth once again saves her husband from saying too much by , .
asking the guests to leave quickly
ACT FOUR: Macduff has fled from his castle because he
, wants to join Malcolm's forces to defeat Macbeth.
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