How does Shakespeare use foreshadowing in Macbeth? A. By having the witches predict that Macbeth will be king of Scotland in Act I, he suggests that Macbeth will indeed carry out the assassination he plans with his wife in Act II. B. By having Banquo hear the predictions of the witches in Act I, he suggests that Banquo will also seek to act on his own ambition and attempt to seize the throne in Act III. C. By having Lady Macbeth state that Duncan reminded her of her father in Act II, he suggests that the ghost of Duncan will appear at the banquet she attends in Act III. D. By having Macbeth bravely help defeat the foreign enemies of Scotland in Act I, he suggests that Macbeth will also rid the country of its own tyrannical leader in Act II.
In Act 1, Scene 3, the witches tell Macbeth that he will be made Thane of Cawdor and then King of Scotland. Shakespeare uses this scene to tell the audience and Macbeth of things to come, but he also uses it as motivation for his characterMacbeth. The answer your looking for is A. hope i helped (: