Macbeth Edmodo Quiz

What is the third apparition? A crowned child holding a tree
Lady Macbeth’s guilt is manifesting itself in all of the following ways except She confesses to her ladies in waiting of her guilt and threatens them not say a word to anyone
Interpret: “If chance will have me King, why, chance may crown me,/ Without my stir.” (1.3.143-44) Macbeth will be king even if he doesn’t do anything about it.
Lady Macbeth is fearful of her husband’s constitution. Why? She thinks that her husband is too kind to plot against Duncan for the throne.
According to Lady Macbeth, she cannot kill Duncan herself because When asleep, Duncan looks like her father.
Why do Malcolm and Donalbain flee Inverness? They are afraid of being murdered since they are next in line for the throne.
What story about Malcolm and Donalbain is Macbeth promoting in his conversation with Banquo? He is spreading the rumor that Malcolm and Donalbain had their father killed for the crown.
What does Lady Macbeth tell the noblemen to explain her husband’s strange behavior? Her husband is suffering from a relapse of a childhood illness that makes him act a bit off kilter.
Where has Macduff gone and why? He has gone to England to convince Malcolm to take Scotland back from Macbeth.
What is the first apparition? Armed head
What is the second apparition? Bloody child
What does the second apparition signify? Macduff, a c-section baby, is destined to kill Macbeth
What does the third apparition signify? Malcolm, the heir to the Scottish throne, will eventually become king. He defeats Macbeth by having his troops camouflage themselves with tree branches.
Malcolm tests Macduff’s loyalty by doing all of the following except Malcolm tells Macduff that he (Macduff) and Macbeth are co-conspirators in Duncan’s murder.
What is the fourth apparition? A line of 8 kings and Banquo, the last king holding a mirror
What does the fourth apparition signify? From Banquo will come a long line of kings, culminating in James I of England.
Interpret (not re-phrase) Macbeth’s words:First, as I am his kinsman and his subject,Strong both against the deed; then, as his hostWho should against his murderer shut the door,Not bear the knife myself. (1.7.13-16) Macbeth is having second thoughts about killing Duncan, telling himself that if anything he should be defending the king.
How does Lady Macbeth reprimand her husband? She attacks his manhood.
Immediately after the murder, Lady Macbeth must go to Duncan’s chamber. Why? Because Macbeth forgot to plant the evidence to frame Duncan’s chamberlains
To divert attention from her husband, what does Lady Macbeth do upon “hearing” of the King’s death? She pretends to faint.
Interpret: Why does Macduff head home to Fife instead of going to Scone? He does not believe that Macbeth deserves to be king.
Interpret (not re-phrase) Banquo’s words:Thou hast it now: King, Cawdor, Glamis, all,As the weird women promised, and I fearThou play’dst most foully for’t. (3.1.1-3) Banquo suspects that Macbeth may have done something wrong to become king.
Banquo charges his son Fleance to fulfill what responsibility in his honor? To avenge his death
Why is Macbeth upset that Malcolm is the Prince of Cumberland? Malcolm’s installation as Prince of Cumberland now blocks Macbeth’s way to the throne.
What does the first apparition signify? Macduff will behead Macbeth.