Jacob902
  • Jacob902
In Shakespeare's time, were often blamed for unexplained tragic events such as plagues and fires. A. non-Christians B. demons C. foreigners D. witches
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anonymous
  • anonymous
which do u think is the answer?
Jacob902
  • Jacob902
im kind of confused right now
anonymous
  • anonymous
well it cant be c or a because then most people would have died

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Jacob902
  • Jacob902
so b.
anonymous
  • anonymous
think. they did this for the Salem Trials
saucvi
  • saucvi
I'm not the biggest on Shakespeare but I know stories and history about eras where they would kill people due to them being a witch, or believed to practice witchery. Going off of that common knowledge I'd say the answer is witches.
Jacob902
  • Jacob902
oh my bad its d. the witches
anonymous
  • anonymous
yea
Jacob902
  • Jacob902
Which supernatural elements appear in Macbeth? A. Goblins and gnomes B. Witches and curses C. Gods and goddesses D. Miracles and angel
saucvi
  • saucvi
B
anonymous
  • anonymous
its b
saucvi
  • saucvi
The three weird sisters can be perceived as witches and the future they foretell, a curse
anonymous
  • anonymous
Macbeth dies
Jacob902
  • Jacob902
Which act, passed by Parliament during the reign of Elizabeth I, made witch trials legal? A. The Three Witches Act B. The Witchcraft Act C. The Macbeth Act D. The Chelmsford Act
anonymous
  • anonymous
B
Jacob902
  • Jacob902
When a riot broke out at a performance of Macbeth in New York City, killing 23 people, what was thought to be the cause of the tragedy? A. A poor performance by the actor playing Macbeth B. A superstition known as the Curse of Macbeth C. Tension between rival theaters where Macbeth was being performed D. Inadequate seating for the oversold performance
Jacob902
  • Jacob902
What did Shakespeare add to Macbeth to please King James I? A. A wife who is unfaithful B. The murder of a king C. Witches who were evil D. A protagonist who goes insane
saucvi
  • saucvi
The first one is B
anonymous
  • anonymous
i think the second is c
Jacob902
  • Jacob902
What does the term supernatural mean? A. A perception that does not represent what is real B. A prediction of the future made under divine inspiration C. Forces that cannot be explained by science or the laws of nature D. A ghost without physical form
saucvi
  • saucvi
C
anonymous
  • anonymous
c
Jacob902
  • Jacob902
Read the following sentence: Jessica's designer clothes and high-end jewelry gave the illusion that she was wealthy, but in reality she had little money and often struggled to pay all her bills. Based on the context of the sentence, what is the best definition of the word illusion? A. Something that appears to be real but is not B. The act or fact of appearing to the eye or mind or before the public C. Forces that cannot be explained by science or nature D. To patronize, rebuff, or ignore people regarded as social inferiors
anonymous
  • anonymous
a
Jacob902
  • Jacob902
What did Shakespeare add to his plays to create conflict between characters and situations? A. Supernatural elements B. Realistic dialogue C. Historical events D. Comedic elements
anonymous
  • anonymous
i would say D. how many more are there?
Jacob902
  • Jacob902
MACBETH. Stars, hide your fires Let not light see my black and deep desires. William Shakespeare, Macbeth, Act I, scene iv LADY MACBETH. Come, thick night, And pall thee in the dunnest smoke of hell, That my keen knife see not the wound it makes. William Shakespeare, Macbeth, Act I, scene v These lines help to create a scary tone by: A. expressing the idea that the characters know they are sinful and will probably be punished for their crimes. B. creating a sense of evil and showing that both characters believe in supernatural elements. C. showing that Macbeth and Lady Macbeth are in direct opposition and have a deep conflict. D. using the image of darkness to imply that something bad will happen.
anonymous
  • anonymous
d
Jacob902
  • Jacob902
Why were supernatural elements in a play more frightening for audiences during Shakespeare's time? A. Audiences were uneducated, and unknown elements were scary to them. B. Audiences often related to the characters they saw on the stage. C. Audiences couldn't understand the dialogue at times and were confused. D. Audiences believed that supernatural elements such as witches and curses were real.
anonymous
  • anonymous
d
anonymous
  • anonymous
a
Jacob902
  • Jacob902
What is the purpose of the witches' scenes in Macbeth? A. To create tension by offering audiences just enough information about future events to keep them interested B. To give side narration of complicated events in the play so that the audience doesn't get confused C. To provide comic relief in a play that would otherwise be dark, gloomy, and possibly upsetting to the audience D. To show that the characters of the play are being tricked and controlled by outside forces
anonymous
  • anonymous
d
Jacob902
  • Jacob902
MACBETH. Speak, if you can: what are you? FIRST WITCH. All hail, Macbeth! Hail to thee, thane of Glamis! SECOND WITCH. All hail, Macbeth! Hail to thee, thane of Cawdor! THIRD WITCH. All hail, Macbeth, that shalt be king hereafter! William Shakespeare, Macbeth, Act I, scene iii Which supernatural element is emphasized? A. Ghost B. Prophecy C. Goblin D. Angel
anonymous
  • anonymous
b
Jacob902
  • Jacob902
During Shakespeare's time, audiences would have held the witches responsible for which events in Macbeth? A. Historically accurate events B. Plot twists that led to murder C. Strange or unnatural events D. Events involving the king
anonymous
  • anonymous
c
Jacob902
  • Jacob902
How does Shakespeare's use of the supernatural help create suspense in Macbeth? A. By tying up any loose ends B. By solving the main conflict C. By playing on audiences' fears D. By offering comedic relief
anonymous
  • anonymous
c
anonymous
  • anonymous
any more?
Jacob902
  • Jacob902
Whom does Macbeth have murdered to keep one of the witches' prophecies from coming true? A. The thane of Cawdor B. Banquo and his son C. Malcolm and Donalbain D. King Duncan
anonymous
  • anonymous
d
Jacob902
  • Jacob902
How do the three witches make Hecate angry? A. By agreeing to give Macbeth more predictions about his future B. By not letting her participate in their plans for Macbeth C. By ordering the deaths of Macbeth and Lady Macbeth D. By offering to protect Malcolm and Donalbain
anonymous
  • anonymous
a
Jacob902
  • Jacob902
Who is suspected of killing King Duncan? A. Malcolm and Donalbain B. Lennox and Macduff C. Macbeth and his wife D. Banquo and his son
anonymous
  • anonymous
c
Jacob902
  • Jacob902
What reason does Macbeth give for killing King Duncan's guards? A. He was angry after the guards admitted to having killed King Duncan. B. He didn't want the guards to say they had seen Macbeth in the king's room. C. He was overcome with anger after seeing Duncan's body covered in blood. D. He wanted King Duncan to have the company of his best guards in death.
anonymous
  • anonymous
b
Jacob902
  • Jacob902
What does Macbeth see that supports the idea that he feels guilty about killing Banquo? A. Duncan's ghost B. The witch Hecate C. A bloody dagger D. Banquo's ghost
anonymous
  • anonymous
d
Jacob902
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i got a 20% on the problems you just help me on
anonymous
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sorry i feel so bad.
Jacob902
  • Jacob902
i will tell teacher to reset me in a second if you can still help only got the last one was correct Question 1 2 3 4 5 Correct N N N N Y Points Earned 0 0 0 0 2
Jacob902
  • Jacob902
ok its reset Why does Macbeth give the order to have Banquo and his son, Fleance, killed? A. To make sure that Banquo's son won't become king as the witches predicted B. To please Lady Macbeth because she has never trusted Banquo or his son C. To allow for Malcolm and Donalbain to regain the crown after Macbeth's death D. To make sure that Banquo won't try to kill him to get the crown
anonymous
  • anonymous
a
Jacob902
  • Jacob902
What does Macbeth's vision of Banquo's ghost show about Macbeth's state of mind? A. That he feels guilty about having Banquo killed B. That he is confident of getting away with the murder C. That he wants to catch Banquo's murderer D. That he is worried that Fleance will avenge his father
anonymous
  • anonymous
a
Jacob902
  • Jacob902
Who becomes the main suspect in King Duncan's murder? A. His friends, Macbeth and Banquo B. His sons, Malcolm and Donalbain C. His wife, Lady Duncan D. His enemy, the king of Norway
anonymous
  • anonymous
d
Jacob902
  • Jacob902
Who is angry at the three witches for predicting the future for Macbeth? A. Duncan B. Hecate C. Lady Macbeth D. Banquo
anonymous
  • anonymous
@saucvi
saucvi
  • saucvi
I believe it is Banquo
Jacob902
  • Jacob902
Why does Macbeth claim he killed King Duncan's guards? A. Because the guards had threatened to kill the king themselves B. Because he became angry after seeing King Duncan covered in blood C. Because he heard them laughing about the news that the king was dead D. Because the guards woke up and saw him murdering the king
saucvi
  • saucvi
Because Duncan did not know, Lady Macbeth was glad, and Hecate?? I don't even recall the mention of Hecate in that scene.
saucvi
  • saucvi
Wait perhaps it is Hecate. She was upset and angry that she was excluded from the meetings with the witches and Macbeth. This could lead to her being upset with this situation. You may want to do some external research to be sure.
Jacob902
  • Jacob902
Whom does Macbeth have murdered to keep one of the witches' prophecies from coming true? A. The thane of Cawdor B. Malcolm and Donalbain C. King Duncan D. Banquo and his son

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