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25 December, 17:10

Which best defines a couplet? A couplet is a stanza of four poetic lines. A couplet is two consecutive rhyming lines. A couplet is three quatrains and two rhyming lines. A couplet is a unit of stressed and unstressed syllables.

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  1. 25 December, 18:42
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    The option that best defines a couplet is that a couplet is two consecutive rhyming lines. The word couplet originates from a similar word, couple, which means 2 things. So obviously, a couplet would also incorporate only two things, so you can dismiss options A and C. D is also incorrect, as that is not a couplet, but rather a trochee.
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