This is the scene where Betty has gotten "sick" and everyone is trying to figure out what is wrong. Abby tells Proctor that witchcraft has spread throughout the town. John asked if witchcraft was involved that night in the woods but Abby insists they were just dancing.
Just sign the paper John!
I'm not going to ruin my family name.
This is the scene where Elizabeth is questioning John about having an affair. I think this is an important turning point in the story because witchcraft is already a problem and now an affair. Elizabeth is very suspicious with John and feels like Abby is trying to take her place.
This is there scene where they are trying to get Marry Warren to confess to witchcraft, and other people have also been accused. While this is going on, Abby and the girls decide to act bewitched and go crazy. Marry Warren ends up playing along too and it ends up being one big mess.
This is the scene in court where John has now been convicted of witchcraft. He "admits" to it but he refuses to sign his name. He said he would rather die than ruin his family name forever. He ends up getting hung.