"Hence! Home, you idle creatures get you home! Is this a holiday?"
Hoorayyy for Caesar!!!
Be gone! Run to your houses, fall upon your knees, Pray to the gods to intermit the plague that needs must light on this ingratitude."
Act I Scene II
"Beware the ides of March."
"He is a dreamer. Let us leave him. Pass."
Act I Scene III
"O, Brutus sits high in all the people's heart; and that which would appear offense in us, his countenance, like his richest and alchemy, will change to virtue and to worthiness."
Him, and his worth, and our great need of him, you have right well conceited."
Act II Scene I
I must beware of Caesar and prevent him from ruling Rome. "Therefore think him as a serpent's egg which hatched, would as his kind grow mischievous, and kill him in the shell" to protect my people and my country.
Act II Scene II
I had a bad dream about you last night. Please don't go to the Senate today, stay at home.
No Calpurnia, you have misinterpreted the dream. What you have envisioned, promises good events for the glory of Rome.
You make a good point Decius. "Give me my robe for I will go."
I shall stay.
Act II Scene III
Caesar, beware of Brutus, Watch out for Cassius. Don't go near Casca. Keep an eye on Cinna. Don't trust Trebonius. Pay attention to Metellus. Decius and Brutus don't trust you. You've wronged Ligarius. These men all have one intention and its to have you dead. Your Friend, Artemidorus