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The Commonwealth and the Industrial Revolution helped to create a strong (A) Middle class (B) monarchy (C) upper class (D) lower class
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User: The Commonwealth and the Industrial Revolution helped to create a strong what?

User: The Commonwealth and the Industrial Revolution helped to create a strong (A) Middle class (B) monarchy (C) upper class (D) lower class





Weegy: Your answer is C.
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User: Units of two rhyming lines each with five iambic feet _____. (A)allegory (B)heroic couplets (C)sonnets (D)didactic couplets

Weegy: Your answer is d.
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User: A fourteen-line poem written in iambic pentameter is called _____. (A)a satire (B)a heroic couplet (C)an allegory (D)a sonnet

Weegy: Your answer is D. a sonnet.
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