A happens first
a happens first
C. Lady Macbeth talks Macbeth into killing Duncan.
C. THE WITCHES!!!
I WAS IN THIS PLAY ;)
lady macbeth talks macbeth into killing duncan
Lady Macbeth talks Macbeth into killing Duncan.
The correct answer is D.
After hearing the witches prophecy, Macbeth, along with the help of his wife, kills Duncan and becomes King himself.
However, preoccupied about the second part of the prophecy, which said that Banquo's offspring would begin a line of Scottish kings, he orders the murders of Banquo and his son, Fleance.
Later, frightened after seeing Banquo's ghost, Macbeth goes visit the witches again, who show him a sequence of demons and spirits and warn him about Macduff.
Finally, when fighting against Macduff, Macbeth learns that he was not "born of woman" but “untimely ripped” from his mother’s womb and, therefore, can kill him.
The correct answer is option B "banquo is killed but his son, fleance, escapes". In William Shakespeare's classical play "Macbeth", one of the earliest events that glance the over ambition of Macbeth, was him killing Banquo. Fortunately, Banquo's son Fleance could escape from Macbeth. However, the one that took revenge from all the killing that Macbeth was responsible of was Macduff, which happened by the end of the play.