Macbeth act three comprehension check

What suspicion about Macbeth does Banquo reveal in his soliloquy? Banquo suspects Macbeth of murdering King Duncan.
What is Banquo hoping for ? He hopes that his prophecies will come true. That his sons will be king
What does Macbeth say the “bloody cousins” (Malcolm and Donalbain) are up to? That they are in England and Ireland, not confessing, but telling everyone lies of some kind (rumors).
For what reasons does Macbeth want Banquo murdered? He wants Banquo murdered because he sees him as a threat. He doesn’t want him to get in his way during his rule as king, but also, he doesn’t want Banquo’s prophecy coming true as Banquo’s children are predicted to take the throne.
What reason does Macbeth give for not killing Banquo himself? He is afraid it would look bad to their common friends (Suspicious).
When does Macbeth want Banquo and Fleance killed? That night, while they are out for a ride, before the banquet.
How are Macbeth’s fears justified in this scene? He should be afraid of Banquo—Banquo is suspicious of him, and although right now he is loyal, he may turn on him, and he has the power to turn others against Macbeth too.
What lines reveal how Lady Macbeth is feeling about being queen? She says “Naught’s had, all’s spent, Where our desire is got without content.” She is not content with where she is. She thought she would be happier, and wonders if it is how she got to the throne (by killing Duncan to get there) is what is ruining it for her.
What is Lady Macbeth’s problem with Macbeth? She thinks he is too caught up in his thoughts and troubles.
3. What does Macbeth mean by “Be innocent of the knowledge, dearest chuck / Till thou applaud the deed”? Macbeth basically says ― Don’t worry your pretty little head about these little things, until you find out what I’ve done, and can applaud me for it.
What does the second murderer mean when he says “We have lost / Best half of our affair”? Fleance escape
Some scholars belive that the third murderer might be macbeth himself. draw an argument as to whether macbeth would participate in the murder or not. give reasons for your position. No- He is a coward
How does Macbeth react to the news that Fleance escaped? Macbeth is more afraid than ever.
Macbeth’s sightings have gotten worse, as he insists he sees Banquo’s ghost. How might this progression be a reflection of Macbeth’s mental state? Because he is seeing Banquo’s ghost could be an indication that Macbeth is beginning to really slip from reality. He could be becoming insane.
What explanation does Lady Macbeth give for Macbeth’s behavior? That he has a medical problem (seizures) from childhood.
How does Lady Macbeth try to calm Macbeth down? She tells him it is not real, but his imagination. She also tries to tell him that ghosts are an old wives’ tale.