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What is iambic pentameter? A. A metrical foot consisting of a stressed syllable followed by an unstressed syllable B. A unit of spoken language made up of an uninterrupted sound, most often consisting of a vowel and one or more consonants C. Two or more words or syllables that have a similar or identical sound within a poem or line of verse D. A line of verse with 10 alternating unstressed and stressed syllables

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    @mjparrish @Missiey @M3GA-BIT3

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    D.

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    i agree D

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    Try posting in English though :)

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