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All of the following explanations of Macbeth's lines in this scene,

My dearest love, / Duncan comes here tonight, Tomorrow, as he purposes, We will speak further-

are plausible EXCEPT

A

He has already made up his mind to join his wife's plan, which is why his lines are so direct and simple.

B

Macbeth is afraid of his wife and what she is planning.

C

The brevity of his lines indicate his distracted frame of mind.

D

He believes he will not have to commit to a course of action if he doesn't speak at length.

E

Macbeth wants to see what his wife thinks about the witches' prophecy and Duncan's timely visit.