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From Act I of "Julius Caesar"/

1) How do the workmen celebrate as the play begins?
2) Who does their celebration annoy Flavius and Marullus?
3) What warning does the soothsayer give to Caesar?
4) What does Caesar's reaction tell you about him?

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