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Type: Multiple-Choice
Category: The Tragedy of Julius Caesar
Level: Grade 10
Author: lewisela
Created: 8 years ago

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Grade 10 The Tragedy of Julius Caesar

Which of the following statements best paraphrases these lines?
If these be motives weak, break off betimes,
And every man hence to his idle bed. (Act II, Scene i, ll. 116–117)
  1. If these are weak reasons, let us go home to bed and act later in the day.
  2. If these weak reasons become weaker, let us wait and think of more.
  3. If these reasons are not strong enough, let us take a break from talking.
  4. If these reasons are not strong enough, let us call off the plot and go home.
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