Read this quotation: A horse! a horse! my kingdom for a horse! William Shakespeare, King Richard III, Act V, scene iv Why is this verse an example of iambic pentameter? A. It contains five metrical feet, each following a pattern of stressed and unstressed syllables. B. The verse forms a pattern of an unstressed syllable immediately followed by a stressed syllable. C. It is a line from Shakespeare, and his plays contain verse written only in iambic pentameter. D. The verse is 10 syllables long with an unstressed syllable at the beginning and end.
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