Macbeth Act 2 Scene 2

What does Lady Macbeth mean by “that witch hath made them drink hath made me bold”? She was drinking too and now she feels bold.
Why does Lady Macbeth say she can’t murder Duncan herself? She said he looks like her dad when he was sleeping.
What happened to spook Macbeth while he waited to kill Duncan? The guards woke up, yelled “murder!” and went back to sleep.
What does Macbeth then think he hears? He thinks he hears a voice say “sleep no more, Macbeth does murder sleep”.
Why do you think he “hears”…? He probably “hears” that because of his guilty conscience
What mistake does Macbeth make? He leaves the bloody daggers in the room
How does Lady Macbeth fix this? She puts them back with Duncan’s guards.
What evidence from the murder upsets Macbeth the most? The blood everywhere.
Lady says, “a little water clears us of this deed, how easy is it then”. Is this true? She thinks that not seeing the blood anymore will erase it from her memory
Lady says, “a little water clears us of this deed, how easy is it then”. How does this seem to be an understatement? His guilt continues to haunt Macbeth
What line reveals that Macbeth is now regretting what they have done? “Wake Duncan with thy knocking. I would thou coulst.”

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