No, he’ll be comin’ up. Listen, now; if they be questioning us, tell them we danced—I told him as much already.
The story of the terrible tragedy in Salem begins.
Why—! The girl is murder! She must be ripped out of the world!
The conflict of the Crucible is dishonesty. Abigail uses dishonesty to trick people into believing her enemies are witches. In the crucible, " Don’t lie! (to Hale) She comes to me while I sleep; she’s always making me dream corruptions!"(1210). Abigail is lying and is telling Hale and Parris Tituba has witched her.
Abigail is telling the girls to be dishonest. She does not want to be caught for her actions. This relates to the conflict of dishonesty because Abigail and the girls are lying about witchcraft so they don't get in trouble.
The arrest of Elizabeth Proctor contributes to conflict of Abigals witchcraft power. Abigail is using her trickery and deceiving to get what she wants. She wanted Elizabeth Proctor dead so she could have John Proctor for herself.
John Proctor says he will choose death over the lie of witchcraft. He does this so he can clear his name. The conflicts end shortly after the death of John Proctor.