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12 January, 03:33

Which statements about sonnets are true? Check all that apply.

Shakespeare wrote plays, but not sonnets.

The sonnet form was invented in Italy, and then adopted by English poets.

Sonnets are a kind of poetry.

Sonnets are written in free verse, with no fixed structure or rhyme scheme.

The two types of sonnets are English (Shakespearean) and Italian (Petrarchan).

Shakespeare's sonnets frequently focus on love and romance.

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  1. 12 January, 04:51
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    Sonnets are a kind of poetry, The two types of sonnets are English (Shakespearean) and Italian (Petrarchan).
  2. 12 January, 05:04
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    The sentence "The sonnet form was invented in Italy and then adopted by English poets", "Sonnets are a kind of poetry", "The two types of sonnets are English (Shakespearean) and Italian (Petrarchan) ", and "Shakespeare's sonnets frequently focus on love and romance" are true. These answers are based on the Sonnet' history. Sonnet was originated from Italy.
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