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|1)||What is this act mainly about?|
|2)||When Brutus decides that Caesar must be killed, what does he compare him to?|
|3)||What has Brutus had difficulty doing after speaking with Cassius?|
|4)||Where does Brutus say that conspiracy should hide behind?|
|5)||Which of these is NOT listed by Brutus as a type of person who feels the need to swear oaths?|
|6)||Who does Cassius believe should die with Caesar?|
|7)||When the conspirators leave, what does Brutus instruct them to act like?|
|8)||How does Portia say she's demonstrated her loyalty to Brutus?|
|9)||Who has nightmares about Caesar's death?|
|10)||When hearing the augury's results, what does Caesar compare himself to?|
|11)||What does Artemidorus decide to give Caesar?|
|12)||Which of these does Portia NOT ask Lucius to report?|
|13)||What does Brutus mean in this quote?
"To speak truth of Caesar,
|14)||What does Portia mean in this quote?
"Dwell I but in the suburbs
|15)||What does Caesar mean in this quote?
"What can be avoided
|16)||What does Decius Brutus mean in this quote?
"Besides, it were a mock
|17)||What does Artemidorus mean in this quote?
"My heart laments that virtue cannot live
|18)||Look where the message to Brutus reads "Speak, strike, redress!" What does "redress" mean in this context?|
|19)||Look where Calpurnia tells Caesar, "Alas, my lord, / Your wisdom is consumed in confidence."
What does "consumed" mean in this context?
|20)||Look where Decius Brutus says that Calpurnia's dream "Signifies that from you great Rome shall suck / Reviving blood."
What does "signifies" mean in this context?
|21)||Were there any words that weren't clear to you?|