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Which of the following is a theme from Macbeth?
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A. Those without convictions are easily manipulated B. The visible is more dangerous than the invisible. C. Firm beliefs will help you succeed. D. Friendship can withstand any challenge.
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I know it's not C or D.
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@Here_to_Help15 I'm not sure if you've read Macbeth, but it's worth a shot.

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Unofficialllyy
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@Pocarii have you read Macbeth?
Unofficialllyy
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I have this question and then another one. I read Macbeth but I just don't understand the questions.
anonymous
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Nope sorry...but I may be able to give you a bit of my perspective of the answer if you tell me what the story is about.
Unofficialllyy
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we haven't read the whole story yet :(
anonymous
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Well how about the parts of the story you have read so far? Are you able to explain them?
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There's also this question, maybe you can help me with. 2. Which theme from Macbeth do these lines support? Say from whence You owe this strange intelligence, or why Upon this blasted heath you stop our way With such prophetic greeting? Speak, I charge you. A. Ambition unchecked can lead to corruption B. Those without convictions are easy manipulated C. Things are not always what they seem D. Darkness is dangerous
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And here is the translation Wait! You only told me part of what I want to know. Stay and tell me more. I already know I am the thane of Glamis because I inherited the position when my father, Sinel, died. But how can you call me the thane of Cawdor? The thane of Cawdor is alive, and he’s a rich and powerful man. And for me to be the king is completely impossible, just as it’s impossible for me to be thane of Cawdor. Tell me where you learned these strange things, and why you stop us at this desolate place with this prophetic greeting? Speak, I command you.
anonymous
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For the second question i'm thinking C...
anonymous
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Is that what you think it is also? o3o
Unofficialllyy
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That's what I had put too. Eh hopefully I did okay, and if not I can re do it :)
anonymous
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Oh alright that's good then. :D I'm pretty sure what you chose is right.
Unofficialllyy
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Wow I got them both right. I think I was over thinking it.
anonymous
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:D Good job! And haha don't worry we all do that when stressing over work.
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Thanks!! :)
anonymous
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Need anymore help that has to do with perspective? :p
Unofficialllyy
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Nope that's it :)
anonymous
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Alright. Nice work again you deserve your good grade for brain storming so hard! ^^ Have a nice day and if you ever need anymore help with something don't be afraid to tag me again. Ciao!

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