In Act 1, Macbeth was a Strong person. In the play, it says, "The Thane of Cawdor, began a dismal conflict, till brave Macbeth - well he deserves that name - Confronted him with brandished steel." This piece of evidence exemplifies how Macbeth was a person of courage and noble because he showed excellent personal qualities and high moral principles to his superiors and at the battle.
In Act 2, Macbeth was a regretful person. In the play, it says, " I will go no more: I am afraid to think what I have done." Based on the evidence presented, this meas that Macbeth was frightened about the murderer of King Duncan and that he didn't want to have done such a terrifying duty: that will be stuck in his mind disturbing him for his entire life. He shows innocence because he was being manipulated by his wife.
In Act 3, Macbeth was a Cruel person. In the play, it says, " It is concluded: Banquo, thy soul's flight, If it find heaven, must find it out to-night." Macbeth was evil because he wanted to eliminate the competition of the followers of the crowd, so he decided to order some murderers to kill Banquo and his son. I think he was being smart because if someone finds out that they died, Macbeth would be innocent cause he basically didnt kill anyone.
Overall, the reader can observe how Macbeth changed over the course of the play. In the beginning, Macbeth was brave, honorable and honest. But he began to transform into a cruel and evil person when after he killed the king Duncan, the ambition of power got inside him. Also, he didn't want anyone to know the truth, so he would kill anyone who crosses his path. By the end of the play, this character turned into a defeated person. Because of this change, the character teaches the reader that even if you wanna change your fate doing the evilest actions, you can't because your future is written.
In Act 4, Macbeth was a Vengeful person. In the play, it says, "The castle of Macduff I will surprise, seize upon fife, give to the edge o'th'sword his wife, his babes, and all unfortunate souls that trace him in his line." This quote shows that Macbeth was inhuman because he just killed Macduff's family to get revenge on him. Macbeth is also being sadistic just thinking in if he murders his entire family, he will scare him so Macduff will get back to serve him.
In Act 5, Macbeth was a Defeated person. In the play, it says, " Despair thy charm, MacDuff was from his mother's womb Untimely ripped. Lay on, MacDuff, and damned be him that first cries 'Hold, enough'." This proves that Macbeth was in shock because he looked pretty confident when Macduff entered the room, but after Macduff told him that he was not born from a woman, Macbeth felt overwhelmed. He still had the chance to kill him but when he was about to, the guilt of killing Macduff's family couldn't let him do it. He died because of all the shame that he got inside his mind.