Updated: 3/12/2020

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  •  I had a dream last night about the three witches. At least part of what they said about you was true.
  • Banqo tell Macbeth he had a dream about the witches. Macbeth tells him to ignore it as he doesn't want him to be suspicious after the murder.
  • I don't think about them now.
  • Macbeth goes to kill king Duncan and he sees a dagger in front of him. He thinks he is hallucinating as he cant touch it.
  • Is this a dagger I see in front of me?
  • Macbeth does the murder and is horrified at what he has done.
  • I’m going now. The murder is as good as done.
  • I have done the deed.
  • Macbeth tells Lady Macbeth that he has murdered King Duncan and they plan to blame it on the servants and make it look like its them
  • Coward! Give me the daggers. Dead and sleeping people can’t hurt you any more than pictures can.
  • Macbeth is to scared to go back so Lady Macbeth does and sets up the drunk servants.
  • I can’t go back. I’m afraid even to think about what I’ve done. I can’t stand to look at it again.
  • A little water will wash away the evidence of our guilt.
  • Lady Macbeth tells Macbeth to wash the blood off himself in case someone is coming.