English 12:4.16.1 Lesson: Macbeth Act IV: Scene 3

Which adjective best describes Macduff and Malcolm’s perception of Scotland’s leader? despotic
Which adjective best describes Macduff and Malcolm’s perception of Scotland’s situation? distressed
Give two reasons why Malcolm tells Macduff that the meeting seems like a trap. Macbeth is known to be treacherous and a vulture who is filled with avarice.
Which of the following is NOT one of the vices Malcolm claims to have? murder
Why does Macduff seem to be willing to forgive Malcolm of all of his faults? Because of God above and noble passions and integrity of soul.
Why does Macduff finally give up on Malcolm and weep for Scotland’s fate? Malcolm’s list of sins becomes too bad, and he is no better than Macbeth.
Why did Malcolm pretend to have all of these flaws? He was filled with grief and wanted to have a great revenge.
What does Malcolm reveal to Macduff about his plans? He plans to mount English troops to fight against Macbeth.
What news does Ross bring? Macduff’s family is dead.
What is Malcolm’s suggestion for handling Macduff’s grief? suggests he use it as a motivating factor for revenge
What does Malcolm mean when he says:”The night is long that never finds the day. I think he is saying get some enjoyment out of life before you die where it is always dark with no hope of light.

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