Act II scene i1. Identify the phrases that suggest the darkness of the night.2. What is bothering Banquo in his opening speech?3. Re-read Macbeth’s first three-line speech. What lesson does Macbeth seem to have learned?4. Why is Banquo so careful in his reply to Macbeth’s, “It shall make honour for you”?5. In this scene Macbeth delivers a great speech. Identify his expressions of fear anddetermination. What images are suggestive of the murder and horror of the deed? Whatfeelings might be created in the audience during this soliloquy? Detail the similarities to LadyMacbeth’s earlier speech.Act II scene ii1. What details create unbearable tension at the opening of the scene?2. What indications are there in Lady Macbeth’s opening comments that she is not in fact asstrong as she would like to be?3. What line shows that Macbeth is fearful? Conscience stricken?4. What is Lady Macbeth’s reaction to her husband’s weakness?5. What effect is achieved with the pounding at the gate?