Caesar, Casca, Calpurnia, and Antony are talking. A soothsayer comes up to them ans tells them to beware the ides of March. "Beware the Ides of March"
Act IV Scene iii
You will see me tomorrow.
Caesar and his wife Calpurnia are sitting at home. "Nor heaven nor earth have been at peace tonight: Thrice hath Calpurnia in her sleep cried out 'Help ho! They murder Caesr' Who's within?"
Act V Scene v
Help kill me Strato!
All of the conspirators enter Caesars house, and get him to come with them to his murder. "Speak hands for me!" "Et tu, Brutue, Then fall Caesar"
Brutus was the nobelest Roman.
Everybody else is peaceful and not bothered. Brutus cant sleep, then Caesars ghost comes and "haunt" him. "Why com'st thou?" "To tell thee thou shalt see me at Philippi"
Brutus gets help from Strato in killing himself. "Farewell good Strato- Caesar now be still; I killed nit thee with half so good of will"
Never do something out of spite! Brutus and Cassius kill Caesar out of spite and it comes right back at them. Antony has a little respect for Brutus at the end of the play and says "This was the noblest Roman of them all."