"You've got this Macbeth just kill him already."Lady Macbeth
"What have I done."
Tragedy of Macbeth: Act 3
"You have done it we are king and queen."Lady Macbeth
"Not till the trees walk on the castle, by no man born of a woman, and beware of Macduff"witches
The climax of the first act in Macbeth is when Macbeth and Banquo are returning from a battle, and witches predict Macbeth to be Thane of Glamis, Cawdor, and King. Later in the Act Macbeth becomes Thane of Cawdor, which ignites his curiosity to become king and begins to plot to kill the king.
Tragedy of Macbeth: Act 4
"Am I safe as king or what?"Macbeth
The climax of act two is when Macbeth kills the king, and he feels very guilty about it. He was ultimately pursuaded by his wife to actually follow through with the task. He kills the king because of the desire to be king instilled in him by the witches.
The climax of act 3 is when Macbeth see's Banqou ghost. First, Macbeth is crowned King, and grows suspicious of his friend Banquo, because Banquo the only one who knows about the predictions by the witches, so Macbeth has Banquo killed then see's his ghost.
Tragedy of Macbeth: The End
Climax in Act 4 is when Macbeth is nervous about Banquo's son getting away, because in act 1 the witches fortold Banquo's children will be kings. Macbeth visits the witches asking for more knowledge on his future as the King. After this Macbeth has Macduff's family killed which puts Macduff of revenge mode as he goes to get Malcolm to help him defeat Macbeth.
Macduff's and Malcolm's army reaches Macbeth's castle and use tree's to camoflage their numbers as they approach the gate. Macduff and Macbeth fight, and Macduff kills and beheads Macbeth, becuase Macduff was plucked from his mothers womb after she died therefore he was not born of a woman.