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Can someone write possible questions for Jekyll & Hyde and Macbeth??
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My teacher came up with 8 practice questions for Macbeth, I don't do Jekyll and Hyde though so I can't help with that.

What do you learn about the character of Lady Macbeth in the play?
How important is the character of Duncan to the play as a whole?
Write about the moments in the play where there is the most tension and explain why.
Write about the character of Banquo in Macbeth.
How is the relationship between Macbeth and Lady Macbeth presented?
In this play nothing is what it seems to be. Write about appearance and reality in the play.
Write about the importance of the witches to the play as a whole.
How is sympathy created in the play for Lady Macbeth?
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My teacher came up with 8 practice questions for Macbeth, I don't do Jekyll and Hyde though so I can't help with that.

What do you learn about the character of Lady Macbeth in the play?
How important is the character of Duncan to the play as a whole?
Write about the moments in the play where there is the most tension and explain why.
Write about the character of Banquo in Macbeth.
How is the relationship between Macbeth and Lady Macbeth presented?
In this play nothing is what it seems to be. Write about appearance and reality in the play.
Write about the importance of the witches to the play as a whole.
How is sympathy created in the play for Lady Macbeth?
Wow thank you so so so much!!!!!!! Good luck hope you do well xx
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My teacher came up with 8 practice questions for Macbeth, I don't do Jekyll and Hyde though so I can't help with that.

What do you learn about the character of Lady Macbeth in the play?
How important is the character of Duncan to the play as a whole?
Write about the moments in the play where there is the most tension and explain why.
Write about the character of Banquo in Macbeth.
How is the relationship between Macbeth and Lady Macbeth presented?
In this play nothing is what it seems to be. Write about appearance and reality in the play.
Write about the importance of the witches to the play as a whole.
How is sympathy created in the play for Lady Macbeth?
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a really helpful website for all of the revision is Mr Hanson's English- he;s my teacher and all of the resources are very helpful.
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Can someone help me on this analysis please

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My teacher came up with 8 practice questions for Macbeth, I don't do Jekyll and Hyde though so I can't help with that.

What do you learn about the character of Lady Macbeth in the play?
How important is the character of Duncan to the play as a whole?
Write about the moments in the play where there is the most tension and explain why.
Write about the character of Banquo in Macbeth.
How is the relationship between Macbeth and Lady Macbeth presented?
In this play nothing is what it seems to be. Write about appearance and reality in the play.
Write about the importance of the witches to the play as a whole.
How is sympathy created in the play for Lady Macbeth?
Has anyone got any example answers for any of these questions?
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Has anyone got any example answers for any of these questions?
Send me your email? I could send you an answer I wrote up
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Send me your email? I could send you an answer I wrote up
Can you PM them to me too please x


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Can you PM them to me too please x


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Have you got an email? Will be easier on that... pm me it x
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Have you got an email? Will be easier on that... pm me it x
Aw I don't sorry can't you PM it


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Aw I don't sorry can't you PM it


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I don't know how to attach files?
Can't you upload it on word ? And then copy and paste it


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Can't you upload it on word ? And then copy and paste it


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How does Malcolm act as a foil to Macbeth?
How does Shakespeare represent masculinity in 'Macbeth'?
How does Shakespeare represent Macbeth as an evil character?
How does Shakespeare represent ideas about madness?
How does Shakespeare represent ideas about guilt?
How does Shakespeare represent the supernatural being responsible for Macbeth's downfall?
How does Shakespeare represent ambition as the main reason for Macbeth's downfall?
How does Shakespeare represent Banquo and Macbeth's attitudes towards the witches?
How does Shakespeare represent power and ambition in 'Macbeth'?
How does Shakespeare represent Lady Macbeth as a powerful character?
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How does Malcolm act as a foil to Macbeth?
How does Shakespeare represent masculinity in 'Macbeth'?
How does Shakespeare represent Macbeth as an evil character?
How does Shakespeare represent ideas about madness?
How does Shakespeare represent ideas about guilt?
How does Shakespeare represent the supernatural being responsible for Macbeth's downfall?
How does Shakespeare represent ambition as the main reason for Macbeth's downfall?
How does Shakespeare represent Banquo and Macbeth's attitudes towards the witches?
How does Shakespeare represent power and ambition in 'Macbeth'?
How does Shakespeare represent Lady Macbeth as a powerful character?
What quotes could I use for the downfall one


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What quotes could I use for the downfall one


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"Tell me more, you imperfect speakers"
Tell is an imperative verb showing Macbeth's ambition on getting to the truth. The fact that he is curious is down to his ambition. His curiosity leads him to act on what they say, that coupled with the equivocations of the witches.
Ambition is also his downfall as on page 45 he says something about his "vaulting ambition" and how is leads him to act, this contrasts with when he said that "chance may crown him".

However you can also disagree with the question and write about how other things, such as Lady Macbeth led him to his downfall, like how she provokes him and emasculates him in the quote "And live a coward in thine own esteem?" :badger:
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"Tell me more, you imperfect speakers"
Tell is an imperative verb showing Macbeth's ambition on getting to the truth. The fact that he is curious is down to his ambition. His curiosity leads him to act on what they say, that coupled with the equivocations of the witches.
Ambition is also his downfall as on page 45 he says something about his "vaulting ambition" and how is leads him to act, this contrasts with when he said that "chance may crown him".

However you can also disagree with the question and write about how other things, such as Lady Macbeth led him to his downfall, like how she provokes him and emasculates him in the quote "And live a coward in thine own esteem?" :badger:
What are some quotes for the stage directions of Macbeth
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Could i have any answer for any practice question please? Thank you so so so so so much!
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Send me your email? I could send you an answer I wrote up
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