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Quiz Review Macbeth I and II. A characters thoughts and feelings Being Said out loud with no intended Audience. . Dialogue Soliloquy Monologue. A long Speech by one character directed to other character(s). Dialogue Soliloquy Monologue.

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    1. Quiz ReviewMacbeth I and II

    2. A characters thoughts and feelings Being Said out loud with no intended Audience. • Dialogue • Soliloquy • Monologue

    3. A long Speech by one character directed to other character(s). • Dialogue • Soliloquy • Monologue

    4. Who believed that people are born Good and the influences of Society makes us Evil? • John Locke • Jean Jacques Rousseau • Thomas Hobbes

    5. “Is this a Dagger which I see before me, the handle toward my hand? Come, let me clutch thee.” 2.1.43-46 • This is an example of: • Dialogue • Soliloquy • Monologue

    6. ____________ believed that people Need a higher power to control them because They are born naturally selfish and Evil. • John Locke • Jean Jacques Rousseau • Thomas Hobbes

    7. “If it were done when ‘tis done,then ‘twere well it were done quickly.” 1.7.1-2 • This is an example of: • Dialogue • Soliloquy • Monologue

    8. “Such I account thy love. Art thou afeard…screw your courage to the sticking place and we’ll not fail….” 1.7.43-71 • This is an example of: • Dialogue • Soliloquy • Monologue

    9. A motif… • Is recurring • Only said once • Is not noticeable

    10. __________ Believed People are Blank slates and Are Shaped by experience, Course of actions, and Choices • John Locke • Jean Jacques Rousseau • Thomas Hobbes

    11. A motif… • Hides the theme of the story. • Helps to reveal and develop the theme. • Is the main part of the story.

    12. How many Syllables are in an IAMB in Iambic Pentameter? • 2 • 3 • 1 • 4

    13. Which syllable is Stressed in Iambic Pentameter? • The first syllable • The second syllable • Both syllables • None of the syllables

    14. What is an example of Motif in Macbeth? • The dagger • Lady Macbeth • Blood • Love

    15. How many Iambs are in Iambic Pentameter? • 2 • 5 • 3 • 6

    16. At the end of Act 2.3, Where does Malcolm Run to? • Scotland • Ireland • England

    17. What is Macbeth’s Excuse for Killing the Guards? • He wanted to “hide” the evidence. • He was “angry” about the king’s death. • He was going crazy.

    18. At the end of act 2.3, Where does Donalbain run to? • Scotland • Ireland • England

    19. What Are the Witches 3 Predictions? • Banquo will be King • King Duncan will die • Macbeth will be Thane of Cawdor • Banquo will be father of Kings • Macbeth will be King

    20. Everyone will get an “A” on Monday!