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  1. Name That Lie Macbeth Unit Review

  2. Macbeth already holds the title Thane of Cawdor at the beginning of the play.

  3. Macbeth is Thane of Glamis at the beginning of the play.

  4. Macbeth is named as a coward in the battle.

  5. Macbeth is named a hero in the battle.

  6. As a reward, King Duncan names Macbeth as the next king.

  7. As a reward, King Duncan names Macbeth the Thane of Cawdor.

  8. When King Duncan learns of the treason of the previous Thane of Cawdor, he weeps bitterly.

  9. When King Duncan learns of the treason of the previous Thane of Cawdor, he orders him to be executed.

  10. Donalbain is walking back to the castle with Macbeth after the battle.

  11. Banquo is walking back to the castle with Macbeth after the battle.

  12. As they cross an open heath, Macbeth and Banquo meet 3 damsels in distress.

  13. As they cross an open heath, Macbeth and Banquo meet 3 witches.

  14. The witches prophesy that Banquo will become king and Macbeth’s sons will be kings in the future.

  15. The witches prophesy that Macbeth will become king and Banquo’s sons will be kings in the future.

  16. The witches tell Banquo that he is “not so happy as Macbeth, yet much happier” and that he will be “given much reward in time.”

  17. The witches tell Banquo that he is “lesser than Macbeth, and greater” and that he will be “a future father of kings.”

  18. King Duncan announces his son, Donalbain, to be Prince of Cumberland and heir to the throne.

  19. King Duncan announces his son, Malcolm, to be Prince of Cumberland and heir to the throne.

  20. Macbeth sends a telegram to his wife to explain the witches’ prophecy and warn of Duncan’s visit.

  21. Macbeth sends a letter to his wife to explain the witches’ prophecy and warn of Duncan’s visit.

  22. Lady Macbeth desperately doesn’t want her husband to become king.

  23. Lady Macbeth desperately wants her husband to become king.

  24. Lady Macbeth is kind and gentle.

  25. Lady Macbeth is manipulative and power-hungry.

  26. Lady Macbeth warns Macbeth about the consequences of killing the king.

  27. Lady Macbeth encourages Macbeth to kill the king.

  28. Lady Macbeth fears that her husband is “a cannon overcharg’d with a double crack.”

  29. Lady Macbeth fears that her husband is “too full of the milk of human kindness.”

  30. Macbeth concocts a plan and Lady Macbeth follows along.

  31. Lady Macbeth concocts a plan and Macbeth follows along.

  32. Lady Macbeth gives the king’s guards sleeping pills.

  33. Lady Macbeth gives the king’s guards alcohol.

  34. Lady Macbeth says she would kill the king herself if she had the strength to do it.

  35. Lady Macbeth says she would kill the king herself if it were acceptable for women to commit violence.

  36. After Macbeth kills King Ducan, Lady Macbeth smears blood all over the doorposts.

  37. After Macbeth kills King Ducan, Lady Macbeth smears blood all over the guards.

  38. The morning that Duncan’s death is known, Macbeth kills Banquo to keep from being suspected.

  39. The morning that Duncan’s death is known, Macbeth kills the guards to keep from being suspected.

  40. Duncan’s sons, Malcolm and Donalbain, are suspected of killing their father because they often fought with him.

  41. Duncan’s sons, Malcolm and Donalbain, are suspected of killing their father they ran away.

  42. Malcolm ran off to France and Donalbain fled to Spain.

  43. Malcolm ran off to England and Donalbain fled to Ireland.

  44. Malcolm and Donalbain run away because they have been blamed for killing their father.

  45. Malcolm and Donalbain run away because they fear for their own lives.

  46. The purpose of the Porter scene is to remind the audience of the witches’ prophecies.

  47. The purpose of the Porter scene is to provide some comic relief.

  48. After Macbeth becomes King, he hires men to kill Macduff.

  49. After Macbeth becomes King, he hires men to kill Banquo.

  50. Macbeth convinces the murderers to kill Banquo by telling them that he will erase any record of their previous crimes.