Thou shalt get kings, though thou be none: So all hail, Macbeth and Banquo! In all, the play consists of the five acts.
Macbeth feels elated because all three prophecies assure him of his safety but he again asks the witches about their previous prophecy about Banquo. The second one tells him that no one born out of the woman will be able to harm him.
In the next scene, Macbeth invites his lords along with his wife to a night of drinking and celebration. Smith, Australia Excellent guys No teacher would even like to understand my content.
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