Banquo- I dreamt last night of the three Weïrd Sisters. To you they have showed some truth.
Macbeth- I think not of them.
Macbeth- Is this a dagger which I see before me. A dagger of the mind, a false creation. Come, let me clutch thee.
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Macbeth- Methought I heard a voice cry "Sleep no more! Macbeth does murder sleep"--- the innocent sleep.
Lady Macbeth- Infirm of purpose! Give me the dagger. The sleeping and the dead are but as pictures.
Banquo, who has accompanied Duncan to Inverness, is uneasy because he too is tempted by the witches' prophecies.
Macbeth- Had I but died an hour before this chance, I had lived a blessèd time.
Lady Macbeth- Help me hence, ho!
Macduff- O horror! Our honorable king hath been slayed!!!
Macbeth hallucinates about a floating dagger. This hallucination occurred because he is filled with guilt as he is about to go kill Duncan.
Ross- Ha, good, father, thou seest the heavens, as troubled with man's act, threatens his bloody stage.
Old Man- Hours dreadful and things strange, but this score night hath trifled former knowings.
Macbeth comes back from killing Duncan and he is extremely afraid. He has brought back the dagger with him even thlugh the plan was to leave the dagger in Duncan's room. Lady Macbeth is not impressed that she has to put the dagger back to Duncan's room herself.
Chaos is everywhere while Macduff awakens the rest of the noblemen by ringing the bell. Meanwhile, Macbeth has gone into Duncan's room and killed his guards. Macbeth claims that he killed the guards because of his rage. Lady Macbeth hears the news and faints.
Ross and an Old Man are talking about the strange supernatural occurrences surrounding Duncan's death. Macduff arrives and let's them know that Macbeth is being crowned king, but Macduff will not be attending the new king's coronation. The End