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Which Of The Following Lines Best Demonstrates The Tone Of The Nymph's Reply To The Shepherd By Sir Walter Raleigh?
a.the flowers do fade and wanton fields/to wayward winter reckoning yields.
b.then these delights my mind might move/to live with thee and be thy love.
c.these pretty pleasures might me move/to live with thee and be thy love.
d.if all the world and love were young/and truth in every shepherd's tongue
Its Got To Be A Or D I Chose A Am I Correct?

  1. Ms. Sue

    I agree with A.

  2. Joshua

    Thank You Ms Sue

  3. Ms. Sue

    You're welcome, Joshua.

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