'Gainst nature still! Thriftless ambition, that will ravin up thine own lives' means
What good could they pretend?
They were suborned
The old man and Ross was talking in the street about the unnatural events that has been occurring within the night. They talked about the falcons being attacked owls and the horses eating each other.
Where is Duncan's body?
Carried to colmekill, the sacred store house of his predecessors and gardians of their bones
Macduff explains to Ross that Macbeth was at fault for the recent deaths.
Will you to scone?
Ross and macduff were talking about how it was selfish to kill the king for themselves and due to their decisions they will get what they deserve in the future.
Ross and Macduff is talking about where the body was taken
Ross and Macduff were talking about the ceremony for Duncan's death. Ross was asking if Macbeth was going to go as well but he wasn't, instead he was going home.
Well, I will thither
No, cousin, I'll to fife
The three men were wrapping up their conversation. Ross ended up saying hes hoping that Macbeth will be a good king and talks about the funeral of king Duncan. The old man gives Ross a warning to be careful around Macbeth.
Gods benison go with you and with those would make good of bad and friends is foes