English Macbeth Test

What fears does Lady Macbeth have in Act 2? That Macbeth got caught or didn’t go through with the murder.
What fears does Donalbain have in Act 2? He is afraid Macbeth will also kill him.
What fears does Banquo have in Act 2? Banquo was afraid that his prediction that Mac Beth is the murderer is true
What fears does Macbeth have in Act 2? McBeth was afraid he would get caught killing King Duncan
What fears does Lennox have in Act 2?
What does Banquo Suspect? That Macbeth and the Witches killed King Duncan.
What does Lennox and another lord Suspect? Macbeth Killed Duncan
What do The nobles Suspect? Macbeth and Duncans Son
What does Macbeth Suspect? Banquo’s sons will be King.
What does Hecate Suspect?
What message does crowned child the deliver? Macbeth will never be defeated until Birnam Wood marches to fight you at Dunsinane Hill.
What message does the bloody child deliver? Nobody born from a woman will ever harm Macbeth.
What message does the armed head deliver? Beware Macduff.
What message does Banquo’s ghost deliver? Banquo’s sons will be Kings
What message does Ross deliver? Macduff’s family was killed.
What revelation did Seyton make?
What revelation did Lady Macbeth make?
What revelation did the Messenger make?
What revelation did the Doctor make? That Lady Macbeth possibly killed Banquo.
What revelation did Malcom make?
What is the setting of Macbeth? Various locations in Scotland
Who was fighting the first war fought at the beginning? England and Norway
Where does Macbeth live? Dunsinane
Where are the woods that part of the battle takes place in? Birnam Wood
What is the conflict?
What is the climax? Macbeth’s murder of Duncan in Act 2 represents the point of no return, after which Macbeth is forced to continue butchering his subjects to avoid the consequences of his crime.
What is the meaning of the first quote? Who said it? and what is the situation? The new challenge scared them about as much as sparrows frighten eagles, or rabbits frighten a lion. To tell you the truth, they fought the new enemy with twice as much force as before. The Captain. The Captain is telling Duncan how bravely Macbeth and Banquo fought.
What is the meaning of the second quote? Who said it? and what is the situation? Lady Macbeth doesn’t know if Macbeth will be strong enough to do what it takes to take the crown because he is too kind. Lady Macbeth just read Macbeths letter.
What is the meaning of the third quote? Who said it? and what is the situation? Lady Macbeth wants Duncan to die but she is not manly enough for it so she asks the spirits to make her more of a man so she can be murderous. This is the Unsex me scene.
What is the meaning of the fourth quote? Who said it? and what is the situation? Macbeth Knows that if he kills Duncan there will be consequences. Macbeth is trying to decide if he is going to kill the king or not.
What is the meaning of the Fifth quote? Who said it? and what is the situation? You are, but you don’t know it yet. The source from which your royal blood comes has been stopped.Macbeth is telling Donalbain that his father is dead.
What is the meaning of the sixth quote? Who said it? and what is the situation? Is it possible to be wise, bewildered, calm, furious, loyal, and neutral all at once? Nobody can do that. Macbeth is telling Macduff that he killed the guards.
What is the meaning of the seventh quote? Who said it? and what is the situation? Macbeth is afraid of Banquo because he is brave and wise. Macbeth is about to talk to the two murderers about killing Banquo.
What is the meaning of the eighth quote? Who said it? and what is the situation? Lady Macbeth is saying that Macbeth has nothing to fear and its just his silly hallucinations. This is at the dinner when he sees Banquo’s ghost.
What is the meaning of the ninth quote? Who said it? and what is the situation? Macduff just found out his family was murdered and he is saying he will fight like a man but he’s also going to feel it like a man because they were precious to him.
What is the meaning of the tenth quote? Who said it? and what is the situation? Lady Macbeth is sleepwalking and she is trying to get the blood off her hands because she feels guilty.

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