I suggest that we meet back here to discuss the murder of Duncan and fight against the secret plans of the traitor. After we get in warmer clothes.
All: us too
And so do I.
Act 2 Scene 3 lines 129-135
What are you going to do? Let’s not stay here with them. It’s easy for a liar to pretend to feel sorrow when he actually feels none. I’m going to England.
I’ll go to Ireland. We’ll both be safer if we go separate ways. Wherever we go, men will smile at us while hiding daggers. Our closest relatives are the ones most likely to murder us.
Act 2 Scene 3 lines 136-140
We haven’t yet encountered that danger, and the best thing to do is avoid it entirely. With that in mind, let’s get on our horses. We’d better not worry about saying polite good-byes; we should just get away quickly. There’s good reason to escape when there’s no mercy to be found anymore.
After the king has been found dead, Banquo suggests that they discuss the murder and the plan after they dress in warmer cloths.
Malcolm is going to go to England and Donalbain is going to go to Ireland to escape the possibility of getting murdered by there relatives.
Malcolm and Donalbain leave because of danger that they want to avoid.