What are some examples of foreshadowing in "Macbeth"?

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There are a lot of foreshadowing examples in Shakespeare's Macbeth. In the first act, the bloody battle is an example of the blood that is to be spilled throughout the play. MacDuff's suspicions foreshadow his later challenging Macbeth, and the witches all foreshadow what is to come.
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