is going to make sure his grooms (who sleep in the same room) have passed out, then will go in to his bedroom and stab him with the grooms' daggers.
yes but it is lady macbeths idea and she persuades her husband
They plan how they will divert suspicion onto the grooms.
Apex- Lady Macbeth will make sure the Garda are drugged, allowing Macbeth to sneak in and stab the king to death.
King Duncans' drunken maids.
The plan that lady Macbeth proposes to Macbeth is to kill king Duncan, so Macbeth can be king and so that Lady Macbeth can be queen.
Lady Macbeth smears the grooms or personal servants of Duncan with his blood and Macbeth uses their daggers to commit the murder. Macbeth then pretends to be overwhelmed with this evidence of their guilt and kills them on the spot.
Once Macbeth agrees to murder the King he and Lady Macbeth plan that
Lady Macbeth plans to kills King Duncan by having Macbeth murder Duncan in his sleep by stabbing him, the daggers where then intended to be planted on the guards to make them look guilty.
Lady Macbeth made the plan for the murder of Duncan. However, Macbeth altered it by murdering the fall guys for the murder, so they could not deny their involvement. When Lady Macbeth hears about it she faints, probably because she realizes that Macbeth is out of her control.
Macbeth and Lady Macbeth planned to blame King Duncan's soldiers for his death. However, after the murder Duncan's two sons left Scotland therefore making the people believe that they had murdered their father.
Macbeth killed the grooms who Lady Macbeth had intended to frame for the murder because he foresaw that if they were allowed to speak, they might cast doubt on the frame-up. This was not in Lady Macbeth's original plan.
Get the guards drunk and stab the king in his bed. It's not a complicated plan.
Lady Macbeth persuades Macbeth to follow through with the plan to murder Duncan. She calls him a coward and less than a man, prodding Macbeth to follow her plan. Macbeth agrees to murder Duncan that night.
kill him so macbeth can become king
lady Macbeth prays to be unsexed because she thinks her femininity makes her weak she is too kind and gentle she needs her kindness to be taken away so she can plan the murder and make Macbeth kill king duncan
Lady Macbeth prays to be unsexed because she thinks her femininity makes her weak. She is too kind and gentle. She needs her kindness to be taken away so she can plan the murder and make Macbeth kill King Duncan.
Well, it is Lady Macbeth's plan really, although Macbeth was tempted by a similar idea. The idea was to kill the king and put the blame on his servants. Macbeth is Duncan's cousin, and so might succeed to the throne.
She is afraid that Macbeth, being a careful and cautious man, will estimate that the potential benefits of becoming king are not a good enough reason to kill Duncan. Her plan is to put pressure on him to commit the murder.
In Act 1, Lady Macbeth is the planner, the one who is dragging her reluctant husband into committing one murder. But by Act 4, Macbeth commits murder after murder and Lady Macbeth is the reluctant one, nauseated and consumed with guilt by the bloodshed. The roles actually reverse much earlier in the play, when Macbeth kills the grooms. That was not in Lady Macbeth's plan, and she is horrified by it.
Lady Macbeth and Macbeth plan to do this when the king is at their castle. He will be so tired after the long journey (from his castle to Macbeths`) and from the meal he will not notice anything. Lady Macbeth plans to make the guards drunk and also give them drugs (so strong it might kill them). When they kill Macbeth then they will blame the guards: she would stain them with blood and place the daggers near them. They will also use the guards daggers to kill the king.
Of course she approved! It was HER plan, not his.
They plan to murder King Duncan. L.Macbeth and Macbeth plan to do this when the king is at their castle. He will be so tired after the long journey (from his castle to Macbeths`) and from the meal he will not notice anything. L.Macbeth plans to make the guards drunk and also give them drugs (so strong it might kill them). When they kill Macbeth then they will blame the guards: she would stain them with blood and place the daggers near them.