Why is Macbeth both excited and fearful after hearing the witches' prediction about his future? A. The witches told Macbeth that even though he would not be king, his children would inherit the throne. B. The witches are powerful, and Macbeth is afraid they will do something to harm the king. C. The witches told Macbeth that he would be a great hero even though he would be killed in battle. D. The witches told Macbeth that he would be king, and he is worried about his role in making the prediction come true.

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Why is Macbeth both excited and fearful after hearing the witches' prediction about his future? A. The witches told Macbeth that even though he would not be king, his children would inherit the throne. B. The witches are powerful, and Macbeth is afraid they will do something to harm the king. C. The witches told Macbeth that he would be a great hero even though he would be killed in battle. D. The witches told Macbeth that he would be king, and he is worried about his role in making the prediction come true.

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he three witches definitely got Macbeth's ambitious attention with their predictions of promotions to Thane of Cawdor and then of King of Scotland. But Banquo was skeptical. He even suggested that they must have gone a little bit crazy to be seeing the witches and believing in their existence and their predictions. Subsequently, he conceded that if they really had seen the witches, then they needed to be suspicious of the reasons. He cut right to the chase when he suggested that the forces of evil made their presence and powers known only to the detriment of mortals.
i think D but im not sure :)

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I would go with D :)

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