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|1)||What is this act mainly about?|
|2)||What does Mark Antony send Lepidus to retrieve?|
|3)||Who does Cassius send to meet Brutus?|
|4)||Who does Brutus ask to judge him if he's done Cassius any wrong?|
|5)||What crime does Brutus accuse Cassius of?|
|6)||When comparing himself with Brutus, what kind of soldier does Cassius characterize himself as?|
|7)||What kind of stone does Brutus compare Cassius to?|
|8)||What happened to Portia after Brutus fled Rome?|
|9)||What does Cassius believe is the advantage of standing his ground rather than pursuing the Triumvirate's army?|
|10)||Which aquatic occurrence does Brutus compare human events to?|
|11)||What does Brutus find in the pocket of his nightgown?|
|12)||Where does Caesar's ghost say Brutus will meet him?|
|13)||What does Mark Antony mean in this quote?
""It is a creature that I teach to fight,
|14)||What does Brutus mean in this quote?
"When love begins to sicken and decay,
|15)||What does Brutus mean in this quote?
"By the gods
|16)||What does Cassius mean in this quote?
""Of your philosophy you make no use,
|17)||What does Brutus mean in this quote?
""The deep of night is crept upon our talk,
|18)||Look where Mark Antony calls Lepidus "a slight unmeritable man."
What does "slight" mean in this context?
|19)||Look where Brutus tells Cassius that both their armies "should perceive nothing but love from us."
What does "perceive" mean in this context?
|20)||Look where Brutus tells Cassius to "Be angry when you will, it shall have scope."
What does "scope" mean in this context?
|21)||Were there any words that weren't clear to you?|