Which theme from Macbeth do these lines support? If good, why do I yield to that suggestion
Whose horrid image doth unfix my hair
And make my seated heart knock at my ribs,
Against the use of nature?

A.) Darkness is dangerous.

B.) Ambition unchecked can lead to corruption.

I retook the test twice already and c and d were both wrong but they were

C.) Things are not always what they seem.

D.) Those without convictions are easily manipulated.


Answer 1

The theme from Macbeth that the given lines support is that Ambition unchecked can lead to corruption.

Based on the excerpt given, we can see that Macbeth is pondering between doing bad and good, and as a result of his ambition to be king, he yields to the bad thoughts to kill the king and take up the throne.

He knows that  his thought is not good because he "yields to the suggestion...of going against nature"

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Answer 2

The theme from Macbeth which the above lines support is:

B.) Ambition unchecked can lead to corruption.

The above lines have been spoken by Macbeth in Act 1 Scene 3 in his soliloquy. Macbeth acknowledges the prophecies made by the witches and analyses that the first prophecy became real. He becomes curious that whether the prophecies he had received are either good or bad. In order to make them happen in real, Macbeth had the only option to kill Dunken which terrifies him.

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From the given sentences the most appropriate sentence with the correct use of punctuations is:

Abi knew she had to have the ring the minute she spied it.


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The other sentences use too many and unnecessary commas, therefore they are incorrect.

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It would be the second one abi knew she had to have the ring the minute she spied it


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During class


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The compound noun in the sentence is A. life cycles.

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