Macbeth Act 1 & 2

fair is foul and foul is fair a. three witches b. themselves c. they meet in the middle of the storm to talk about macbeth and when to meet again
to beguile this time, look like the time. bear welcome in your eye. your hand, your tongue. look like th’ innocent flower, but be the serpent under ‘t. a. lady macbeth b. macbeth c. lady macbeth is trying to convince macbeth to kill king duncan and that he will not feel guilty after doing so
the prince of cumberland! that is a step on which i must fall down or else o’erleap, for in my way it lies. stars, hide your fires; let not light see my black and deep desires. a. macbeth b. himself c. macbeth realizes that malcom is next in line to the throne and he needs to figure out a way to get him out of his way
glamis thou art, and cawdor, and shalt be what thou art promised. yet do i fear thy nature, it is too full o’th’ milk of human kindness to catch the nearest way. a. lady macbeth b. herself c. she reads macbeth’s letter and thinks he is too cowardly to become king
stay you imperfect speakers. tell me more. by sinnel’s death i know i am thane of glamis. but how thane of cawdor? the thane of cawdor lives. a. macbeth b. three witches c. macbeth hears his prophecy from the witches and at first doesn’t understand how he will be thane of cawdor because they are still alive he wants to hear more
give me your hand. conduct me to mine host. we love him highly and shall continue our graces towards him. by your leave, hostess a. duncan b. lady macbeth c. he asks lady macbeth to take him to macbeth and speaks of him highly
all’s well. i dreamt last night of three weird sisters; to you they have show’d some truth. a. banquo b. macbeth c. banquo had a dream about the witches and he tells macbeth he wants to see them
art thou not, fatal vision, sensible to feeling as to sight? or art thou but a dagger of the mind, a false creation, proceeding from the heat-oppressed brain. a. macbeth b. himself c. macbeth is nervous about killing king duncan and hallucinates and sees a floating dagger
that which hath made them drunk hath made me bold; what hath quench’d the hath given me fire. hark! peace! it was the owl that shriek’d, the fatal bellman, which gives the sternest good-night a. lady macbeth b. herself c. macbeth is killing duncan and lady macbeth waits for him to finish the deed nervously
how is’t with me, when every noise appals me? what hands are here? ha! they pluck out mine eyes. will all great neptune’s ocean wash this blood clean from my hand? a. macbeth b. himself c. lady macbeth is returning the daggers and macbeth sees the blood on his hands and feels guilty for killing duncan
o gentle lady, ’tis not for you to hear what i can speak; the repetition, in a woman’s ear, would murder as it fell. a. macduff b. lady macbeth c. macduff has discovered duncan dead and he explains and says that it is to crazy for a woman to hear
what will you do? lets not consort with them: to show an unfelt sorrow is an office which the false man does easy. ill go to england. a. malcom b. donalbain c. they find out duncan has died and decide to flee to separate countries