6. a) Whom does Macbeth kill in the encounter with the English forces?
- Yound Siward
b) Whom does Macduff kill?
c) At the end of the play, who is to be crowned King of Scotland?
7. Why do you think it is an "accustomed action" for Lady Macbeth to wash her hands while sleepwalking?
- She was trying to wash the blood off.
8. a) Why does Macbeth remain confident of surviving the battle with Malcolm's army despite his
own troops' desertion?
- He couldn't think of anyone else who was not born of a woman.
b) Judging by the way Macbeth behaves in Scene iii, describe his state
- He is struggling with his emotions.
9. What changes in his personality is Macbeth describing in Scene v, lines 9-14?
- He has no more emotions.
10. Why does Macbeth say, " She should have died hereafter," upon learning of the death of Lady
- She would have died anyways.
11. Macbeth, mad and murderous though he is, shows certain admirable traits to the very end.
What are some of his better traits?
- He shows courage and bravery by fighting to the end.