The three witches are brewing another potion, this time is for evil intentions. Macbeth enters wanting to know his future due to his fearfulness of his past crimes/ murder of Duncan.
Double, double, toil and trouble; Fire burn, and cauldron bubble.
Macbeth feels relieved by the three prophecies that the witches tell him. Macbeth receives the closure that he came to the witches for in the first place. Macbeth feels confident when going back to Scotland to rule.
Sweet bodements, good!
Ross is trying to warn Lady Macduff about the dangers that are coming her way. Ross wants Lady Macduff to leave to keep herself and her son safe from the dangers of Macbeth.
I take my leave of you. Shall not be long but I'll be here again.
Lady Macbeth is trying to explain to her son about the disappearance of his father. She does not want to tell him the truth about how he deserted them so she instead tells him that he died.
Why did you lie saying that dad was dead when he was a traitor?
Murderers sent by Macbeth came and killed both Lady Macduff and he son. The murderers were supposed to kill Macduff. Ross tried to warn her but Macduff did not listen.
Where is your husband... He is a traitor.
Malcolm tests Macduff to see who his loyalty is for. Macduff has different tests and questions asked by Malcolm for Malcolm to see who Macduff supports. At the end Malcolm can see/tell the Macduff is supporting Scotland, not Macbeth.