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ACt 1 Scene 7Macbeth's Speech: 'If it were done when 'tis done ...'

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Which statement best summarises Macbeth's attitude to killing King Duncan in this speech?

Question 1 of 5

Macbeth is beginning to have doubts about murdering Duncan.

He is fully committed to killing the king.

He doesn't believe the witches' predictions; he has decided not to do anything.

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According to this line, what is his main motive for considering killing Duncan?"if the assassination / Could trammel up the consequence and catch / With his surcease success"

Question 2 of 5

fear

ambition

guilt

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Which quotation shows Macbeth is concerned that his violent actions will return to haunt him?

Question 3 of 5

"If it were done when 'tis done ... it were done quickly"

"We but teach bloody instructions, which, being taught, return to plague th'inventor"

"I have no spur to prick the sides of my intent"

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What reason does Macbeth give for not killing Duncan?

Question 4 of 5

He does not have the ability to kill someone.

Duncan will soon die naturally as he is old.

He owes Duncan loyalty and protection as his kinsman, as his subject and as his host.

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What evidence does Macbeth give that King Duncan is a good king?

Question 5 of 5

News of the king's death will bring the people so much sorrow it would be like the wind is "drown[ing"in tears.

He has reigned successfully for many years with no public unrest.

He is very rich and wealthy.

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