A. resolve User:
Duncan says the following:
“Give me your hand
Conduct me to mine host: we love him highly,
And shall continue our graces towards him.
By your leave, hostess.”
What does this reveal about Duncan?
A. He is secretly plotting to undo Macbeth.
B. He is suspicious of Lady Macbeth's intentions.
C. He is a strict but respected king.
D. He is polite, gracious, and fond of Macbeth.
I think the answer is, C. He is a strict but respected king. User:
Who says this?
“Stars, hide your fires; so let not light see
My black and deep desires”
A. Lady Macbeth
C. the witches
It is Macbeth who says Stars, hide your fires; so let not light see My black and deep desires.? User:
“This supernatural soliciting cannot be ill, cannot be good.”
What does Macbeth's statement indicate?
A. his searing ambition
B. his single-mindedness
C. his conflicting feelings
D. his disdain Weegy:
The answer is A. His searing ambition. User:
Read the excerpt and then answer the question that follows.
“When shall we three meet again,
In thunder, lightning, or in rain ”
“When the hurly-burly's done,
When the battle's lost and won.”
What is the purpose of these opening lines?
A. They introduce the title character.
B. They establish the central theme.
C. They foreshadow the plot.
D. They describe the setting. Weegy:
C. They foreshadow the plot. User:
Shakespeare initially uses _____ to communicate Macbeth's message to his lady.
A. an aside
B. a letter
C. a soliloquy
D. a dialogue
Lady Macbeth fears her husband lacks the _____ to become king.
Lady Macbeth fears her husband lacks the AMBITION to become king.