The townspeople can't find out that my daughter and niece have been practicing witchcraft. This could ruin my reputation!
Don't dare tell anyone about what happened! If I hear a single word I will murder you during your sleep!
I still love you! It's all Elizabeth's fault; she ended our relationship.
Reverend Parris finds Betty, Abigail, Mercy, Mary, Ruth, and Titutuba practicing witchcraft. They danced, drank chicken blood, and tried to cast spells near a witch's cauldron.
John... all that happened in the forest was that my friends and I were just dancing.
I'm still waiting for you, John.
Abigail, don't talk about Elizabeth! Forget me!
Betty Parris falls into a coma unresponsive and his father is afraid she is bewitched. Reverend Parris then calls for a witchcraft expert, named Reverend Hale, who could help Betty.
This is witchcraft!
Abigail was still with Betty when Mary Warren and Mercy, the other girls who practiced witchcraft, come in the Room. Abigail tells them to keep their mouths shut and threatens to murder them.
YOU HAVE BEEN WORKING WITH THE DEVIL!
Okay... I confess! The devil comes to me; he tries makes me do this. He wants me to kill Reverend Parris.
When John Proctor comes in and the other girls leave, he and Abigail confront each other. Abigail flirts with John; this is where the reader learns that they had an affair.
Betty starts to scream when she hears some words from downstairs. Parris and the rest of the townspeople go upstairs to see her. Rebecca Nurse, the most saintly woman in the village, calms Betty down. Meanwhile, the Putmans insist this has to do with witchcraft.
Reverend Hale finally arrives; he starts questioning everybody and the answers make Abigail look bad. Abigail acts quickly and blames Tituba for working with the devil. Tituba knows that if she denies it then she will probably be hanged. She says that the devil reaches to her and makes her do things.