Wednesday, May 16, 2012


My goals right now are to design characters for the game and do research for the oil rig!
My resources include Ian to the May, Classmates, Preston's Swag Corn and the all of humanities' knowledge itself, THE INTERNET!
My timeline is based on the deadlines given to me by Ian to the May!
the video game will probably be released on the internet!

Monday, April 16, 2012


1. Macbeth won the respect of King Duncan by: slaying the traitor Macdonwald.
2. King Duncan rewarded Macbeth by dubbing him: the Thane of Cawdor
3. In addressing Banquo, the witches called him which of these?
"Lesser than Macbeth, and greater." "Not so happy as Macbeth, yet much happier."
4. When Macbeth said, "Two truths are told / As happy prologues" he was referring to: the predictions made to Banquo and to himself.
5. "Nothing in his life / Became him like the leaving it" is a reference to:  the traitorous Thane of Cawdor.
6. Duncan's statement, "I have begun to plant thee and will labour / To make thee full of growing" is an example of: personification.
7. Lady Macbeth characterizes her husband as being:"too full of the milk of human kindness."
8. When Macbeth agonizes over the possible killing of the king, which of these does he say?: I and III
9. Macbeth's statement to his wife, "Bring forth men-children only" signifies that he: is concerned over the succession to the throne
10. As part of the plan to kill the king, Lady Macbeth would: get the chamberlains drunk.
11. Trace Macbeth's transformation from a good man to an evil man.: In the beginning Macbeth and Banquo kill Macdonwald who was bad. Macbeth became power mad and wanted the throne and eventually killed people for it.
12. What motivates Macbeth to take the evil path he chooses?: I feel like the witches lead Macbeth to evil because they are the ones who gave him the idea to be king.
13. What influence do the witches have on Macbeth?: The witches have a bad influence on Macbeth.
14. Contrast Macbeth's response to the witches' predictions with Banquo's.: Macbeth was tempted by the prophecies where Banquo wasn't as believing.
15. Describe the relationship between Macbeth and Lady Macbeth. Lady Macbeth seemed bossed Macbeth into doing stuff. Lady Macbeth felt guilty: Macbeth wanted power.
1. "Art thou not, fatal vision, sensible / To feeling as to sight?" is a reference to the: dagger.
2. Lady Macbeth confessed that she would have killed King Duncan herself except for the fact that:  he looked like her father
Shakespeare introduced the Porter in order to: provide comic relief.
4. Malcolm and Donalbain flee after the murder: because they fear the daggers in men's smiles.
5. Macbeth arranges for Banquo's death by telling the hired killers that: Banquo had thwarted their careers.
6. Macbeth startles his dinner guests by: conversing with the Ghost of Banquo
7. The Witches threw into the cauldron: I and II
8. The three apparitions which appeared to Macbeth were: An armed head.A child with a crown.A bloody child
9. In Act IV, Malcolm is at first lukewarm toward Macduff because he: suspects a trick.
10. Birnam Wood comes to Dunsinane when :the camouflaged soldiers make their advance
11. What is the significance of the line "Fair is foul, and foul is fair"?:It is basically trying to say that fair and foul can be different in different perspectives.
12. How does Macbeth function as a morality play?: It teaches a moral lesson and shows that by the end power corrupts.
13. How does Shakespeare use the technique of dramatic irony in Macbeth?: Dramatic irony is when the audience knows more than the characters.  EX witches
14. How does Lady Macbeth overcome her husband's resistance to the idea of killing King Duncan?
Macbeth eventually gives cause she's bossy.
 15. Contrast Macduff's response to the news of his wife's and children's deaths with Macbeth's response to being told Lady Macbeth is dead Macbeth was  focused on becoming king and he gets over it quickly. Macduff wants revenge.