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1) At first, the three witches prophesy to Macbeth that he will be Thane of Cowdor and then king of Scotland. In the fourth act they tell Macbeth to beware of Macduff.
2) They also tell him that no man born of woman (not to woman) can/shall hurt him and that he cannot be defeated as long as Birnam Wood doesn't move to Dunsinane Hil to fight against him.

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    tell (simpler than "prophesy"; delete "to") -- or find a way to use "foretell"

    delete words in parentheses

    use "will" instead of "can/shall"

    check all spelling

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