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The answer choices are kinda confusing me. Can someone help? :)

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  1. anonymous
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    Which of the following lines from Alfred Lord Tennyson's "The Brook" demonstrates alliteration? And out again I curve and flow/To join the brimming river I move the sweet forget-me-nots/That grow for happy lovers. And sparkle out among the fern/To bicker down a valley. I bubble into eddying bays/I babble on the pebbles.

  2. anonymous
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    Alliteration is the repetition of same letter or sound at the beginning or closely connected words... I think the last line shows some alliteration with "bubble," "bays," and "babble."

  3. anonymous
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    I was thinking that also, thank you for helping :) @izuru

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