Macbeth Act 1 Test DOC
MACBETH TEST ACT I 1. __ praises Macbeth and expresses a desire to visit the castle at Inverness. A. Banquo B. Lady Macbeth C. King Duncan D. the witches. 2. __ accompanies Macbeth when he meets the witches.
(The Tragedy of Macbeth, Act 1) 17. In scene 7, what approaches, or strategies, does Lady Macbeth use to try to change Macbeth's mind about assassinating Duncan? Why does Macbeth finally agree? Macbeth act I. Answer Section. MULTIPLE CHOICE. 1. ANS: D DIF: A. 2.
TAKE HOME TEST. DIRECTIONS: COMPLETE ... To where does Duncan travel at the end of Act 1? Why is this important, and to what literary element does this event relate? ... Macbeth Act I Quiz Author: kbathje Created Date: 10/23/2010 8:01:00 PM Company: Deer Valley USD
A. Macbeth B. Banquo C. Lennox D. Donalbain E. Lady Macbeth _____6. Act II takes place in __. A. Duncan’s castle B. Macbeth’s castle C. a battlefield D. the witches’ shack _____7. The dagger that Macbeth sees leading him into Duncan’s room is __. A ...
Scene one builds tension as Macbeth prepares to commit the act. 1) Examine the dialogue between Macbeth and Banquo at the start of the scene. How would you describe Macbeth's state of mind? In what ways is he different to the man we saw at the end of Act One?
By Act 3, the audience knows that MacDuff, Banquo and Lennox all suspect Macbeth. 32. The second time Mac meets the witches, he seeks them out. 33. ... Macbeth Test Author: RSetten Last modified by: RSetten Created Date: 1/22/2013 10:55:00 PM
Macbeth act V practice test. Multiple Choice. Identify the letter of the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question. Recalling and Interpreting (The Tragedy of Macbeth, Act 5 ) ____ 1. During her sleepwalking scene, Lady Macbeth seems most consumed by feelings of.
Macbeth Act 4. Scene 1. 1. What are the three apparitions that appear to Macbeth? ... To test Macduff’s loyalty. 18. In lines 185-194, what news about the condition of Scotland does Ross bring? It is in a state of rebellion and Macbeth’s army is on the move.
Examples at the beginning of Act Five of Lady Macbeth going insane. How Macbeth reacts to his wife’s death. How Macbeth knows the third prophecy is fulfilled. Who is named King of Scotland at the end of the play. ... Shakespeare’s Macbeth: Final Test ...
Act IV, Scene 1. 1. What is different about the way that Macbeth treats the witches this. time as compared to his last visit with them in Act I? 2. ... Why does Malcolm think he needs to test Macduff? 6. According to Malcolm, what are his weaknesses? 7.
Practice Test items available at http://psolka.com. 12RS1C4PO2. Explain the allusions connected to each of the following words. oracles. 3.1.19. ... Questions for Macbeth Act One Author: YUHSD Last modified by: YUHSD Created Date: 12/12/2005 10:51:00 PM
Act III: 1. Who suspects Macbeth of the murders of Duncan and the guards? ... NOT write on test Author: Irving ISD Last modified by: Irving ISD Created Date: 12/8/2009 1:59:00 PM Company: IISD Other titles:
TEST: Macbeth, Act 1 Open Book Name_____ Part 1: Put the following events in order as we, the reader, learn about them, from 1-to-10: ___1. Lady Macbeth calls her husband a coward and taunts him. ___2. An injured soldier ...
Act 1: scene 1: 12-13. scene 2: 18-25. scene 3: 39, 68-70, 143-155. ... 1. Is Macbeth a fallen hero or an evil villain? ... Macbeth Unit Test Author: CNS- Hardware Group Last modified by: CNS- Hardware Group Created Date:
Macbeth Final Test--Gold. Please do not write on this test. 1. In Act I, scene 1, the 3 witches predict: a. Macbeth will be king and Banquo will not. b. Civil war will end and they will meet Macbeth. c. Duncan will be killed and Lady Macbeth will kill herself.
What function does sleep play in the final act? Describe how Macbeth’s and Lady Macbeth’s characters change throughout the course of the play. ... Macbeth Test Review Author: Teacher Last modified by: Teacher Created Date: 10/14/2008 1:05:00 PM
MACBETH: ACT IV STUDY QUESTIONS. For the questions below do the following: 1. ... How does Malcolm test Macduff’s loyalty? 13. What specials powers of the King of England do the doctor and Malcolm describe? Explain thesymbolism here. 14.
You will be able to use your 5 act question sheets as well as your journals for further test questions. No sharing of these will be allowed. Title: Macbeth Test Study Guide Author: mconway Last modified by: mconway Created Date: 4/28/2011 1:54:00 PM Company: Campbell County Schools
Macbeth Final Test. Do not write on this test. All answers must be on the answer sheet. Print your answers neatly and clearly. ... Three apparitions appear to Macbeth in Act IV. What do they predict? a. Banquo and Duncan will seek revenge on Macbeth. b.
Both Ross and Macduff go to Scone to see Macbeth crowned as king. F . Macbeth Act 1 Quiz. Directions: Mark the letter of the best answer on your scantron. (3 pts. each) Macbeth first appeared in the play as a successful (a) general (b) nobleman
The Test. A. Loyalty and Courage. 1. These two ideas are further explored and developed in this scene. 2. ... Macbeth Act IV Analysis Notes ...
Act IV, scene iii. 1. How does Malcolm test Macduff’s loyalty? Malcolm’s actions contrast with his late father. How so? What other comparisons can be made between Malcolm and Duncan? ... Act V, scene v. 1. In Macbeth’s “Tomorrow, and tomorrow ...
Act IV, scene iii. 41. How does Malcolm test Macduff’s loyalty? ... Macbeth. Act V Comprehension Questions. Act V, scene i. 43. Why is the Gentlewoman reluctant to repeat what she has heard the sleep-walking Lady Macbeth say? 44.
How does Malcolm test Macduff’s honesty? 71. ... How does this make him a character foil for Macbeth? Act V, scene i. 73. Who is “falling apart” in this scene? How is this ironic? 74. What is significant about Lady Macbeth’s constant “handwashing”?
Macbeth Final Test--Blue. Please do not write on this test. 1. In Act I, scene 1, the 3 witches predict: a. Civil war will end and they will meet Macbeth. b. ... Act II Scene 2, Macbeth hears a voice say “Macbeth shall _____ no more. ...
Act IV, scene iii. How does Malcolm test Macduff’s loyalty? This action of Malcolm’s serves to contrast him with his father. ... Macbeth Act IV Author: Karen Catlin Last modified by: RCDSB Created Date: 4/1/2009 7:29:00 PM Other titles:
THE TRAGEDY OF MACBETH, ACT FOUR Literary Analysis. SHAKESPEAREAN TRAGEDY: FORESHADOWING. Shakespeare uses . foreshadowing. ... the director omits Malcolm’s lengthy test of Macduff. Do you agree with this decision? What would be lost or gained by omitting the speech? Support your response.
As Scene 1 opens, how does Banquo feel about Macbeth? Why? In his soliloquy in Scene 1, lines 52-76, what is upsetting Macbeth? ... Macbeth Act 3 Questions Author: patron Last modified by: patron Created Date: 4/23/2009 6:40:00 PM Company:
DIRECTIONS: This quote sheet is to help you prepare for the test. ... ACT V QUESTIONS What does Lady Macbeth reveal to the doctor and gentlewoman while she sleepwalks? (403) Answer: What continues to make ...
MACBETH REVIEW SHEET. TEST DATE: 12/19 for B2,B4,B5, 12/20 for . A4. Important Characters to KNOW (their. ... Lady Macbeth. Macduff. Lady . Macduff. Malcolm. Banquo. Fleance. Duncan. Macbeth’s role in Scotland’s war in Act 1 Scene 2. T. he witches 3 titles for Macbeth. Macbeth’s tragic ...
ACT 1. What is the point of the first scene (literally) ... What do the witches predict in Act I, Scene 3 for Macbeth? For Banquo? Macbeth Banquo Who news does Ross bring Macbeth? ... Why does Malcolm test Macduff?
Cheating is defined as any act of deceit, trickery, or fraud on an assignment or test. It includes the using or copying of another person’s work or lending one’s work to another. ... 1. "The tragedy of Macbeth is not to be found in his death; ...
Act One Scene 1: What characters are introduced in scene 1? ... In Scene 1, Macbeth meets with two murderers, but three murderes take part in Banquo’s murder in Scene 3. ... the director omits Malcom’s lengthy test of Macduff.
Series of events usually covering more than one act . During this time the hero or heroine of the play (protagonist) Is the active force . ... Macbeth: Test Review Author: jw0630 Last modified by: jw0630 Created Date: 11/5/2009 12:50:00 PM Company:
How does Lady Macbeth's behavior in Act 5, scene 1 affect the way the audience sees her? Lady Macbeth sleepwalks, sleep talks and goes through the motions of washing her hands. Her guilty conscience has destroyed her peace, sleep.
•Apparitions in Act IV, scene 1. 1st—Beware Macduff-Thane of Fife (121) ... Siekmeier "Macbeth notes McDL test c" Working/Key/Errata. of 1 : Title: Macbeth notes v Author: Roberto Clemente Last modified by: ITS Created Date: 3/18/2005 5:04:00 PM
In Act III, scene 1, is Macbeth still honest with himself? Explain your answer. ... as these sayings seem to have stood the test of time. Remember to set up your essay with an introduction that contains a focusing idea (thesis statement) ...
MACBETH ACT II STUDY GUIDE. ACT II QUESTIONS DIRECTIONS: Answer each of the following questions using . COMPLETE SENTENCES. Use the page numbers given to help you find the correct answer in your literature book. ... This quote sheet is to help you prepare for the test.
Act 3.27. In scene 1 how does Macbeth react to success ? soliloquy: -what is his delusion? -his attitude? -foreshadowing evident? 28. How does Macbeth arouse the murders? ... How does Malcolm test Macduff? 48. Why do the men discuss the King of England?
What decision does Macbeth make at the end of Act I? What has Lady Macbeth said to influence his decision? Answers. 1. The scene is filled with Witches, thunder and lightning, which creates a dark and sinister atmosphere. 2.
When Macbeth says (Act 4, scene 1) that “the flighty purpose never is o'ertook/Unless the deed go with it”, what does he mean in general, and in the particular situation in which he says it? How does Lady Macduff feel about her husband's leaving her alone?
The theme of appearance vs. reality continues into Act four through Malocom’s test of Macduff’s loyalty. ... Macbeth Act Four Notes Author: ouelletteme Last modified by: ouelletteme Created Date: 12/14/2006 1:12:00 PM Company: Dufferin Peel
What test does he devise to prove Macduff’s loyalty? How does it work? What is the vice on which Macduff finally breaks? Why? ... What is the difference between this point of view and the one by the opposition to Macbeth? Act V scene iv .
Act 2: Describe Macbeth’s and Lady Macbeth’s reactions to the murder just after it is committed. Compare and contrast their reactions to the deed. What kind of gate does the porter imagine he is tending? ... How does Malcolm test Macduff?
The dagger Macbeth saw in Act II, scene I was a hallucination. Banquo’s ghost in this scene is not. How do we know? What does Lady Macbeth say to Macbeth? ... How does Malcolm test Macduff’s honesty? How does Macduff nearly fail the test?
Act IV begins with Macbeth returning to the witches to learn what he can of his future. ... What statements by Malcolm make up the “test”? (lines 50-54) (lines 56-65) (lines 76-84) (lines 91-99) ... lines 1-10, Macbeth insists on disregarding the advancing army.
She should have died hereafter (Macbeth, 5.5.17-28) Macbeth Soliloquy 1 . Act One Scene Five: The raven himself is hoarse (Spoken by Lady Macbeth) The raven himself is hoarse . That croaks the fatal entrance of Duncan . ... Office 2004 Test Drive User
How do we know that Macbeth is intimidated by his wife? Act II. Scene I. What kind of night is it, and why is Banquo having trouble sleeping? What is Macbeth waiting for? What does Macbeth “see” and what does he “see” on it? Does this say anything about Macbeth?
Summary of Act 1, Scene 5: Enter Macbeth's Wife, alone.—Lady Macbeth reads Macbeth's letter about the weird sisters. ... but then Malcolm begins a new test of Macbeth's honor. Malcolm begins his test by saying that Scotland will suffer even more after Macbeth is crushed.
1.7. Macbeth’s soliloquy deals with his confusion about whether or not to kill the King. ... In what way do his words mirror her words from Act 1? Explain the animal images found in this scene. ... Describe the second test and Macduff’s response.