He had nightmares about the witches.
He stays up late to talk to Macbeth about the witches.
He senses something bad will happen to Duncan that night.
He was awakened by voices saying "Macbeth murdered sleep".
He sees a bloody ghost of Banquo.
He sees the witches flying through the night on broomsticks.
He sees a bloody dagger floating in front of him.
He sees his wife hovering over him with a bloody dagger.
That he murdered sleep
That by a pricking of him thumbs "something wicked this way comes"
"Out, out, brief candle"
"Out, damned spot"
She abhors violence
He looked like her father in his sleep
She tried but he overpowered her
She needed to see if Macbeth was man enough to do it
She is filled with pride
She is revolted that someone she loves could commit cold-blooded murder
She is indifferent
She is ashamed by how scared he acts throughout the ordeal
Chamberlains are asleep
Duncan is dead
Banquo needs water
Lady Macbeth needs something