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In “The Lamb” the speaker’s questions refer to the lamb’s — a. meekness c. creator b. purpose d. descendan
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User: In “The Lamb” the speaker’s questions refer to the lamb’s — a. meekness c. creator b. purpose d. descendan

Weegy: In "The Lamb" the speakers questions refer to the lambs creator.
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User: The speaker in “The Lamb” describes Christ as a — a. meadow c. voice b. river d. child

Weegy: The answer is d. child The speaker in the lamb describes christ as a child. [ ]
Expert answered|julius.salonoy|Points 20|

User: According to the speaker, the lamb is endowed with the qualities of — a. mildness c. wisdom b. energy d. humor

Weegy: C. Wisdom
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User: In "The Lamb," God is mainly portrayed as a a. guide c. taskmaster b. provider d. protector

Weegy: The correct option is D., the protector.
Expert answered|julius.salonoy|Points 20|

User: In "The Lamb," the speaker's attitude toward the lamb could best be described as a. "high and mighty." c. worshipful. b. affectionate. d. respectful.

Weegy: In "The Lamb," the speaker's attitude toward the lamb could best be described as C. worshipful. [ ]
Expert answered|julius.salonoy|Points 20|

User: The tone of "The Lamb" is a. innocent and childlike c. sorrowful and sad b. exciting and fun d. lamenting and angry

Weegy: The tone of "The Lamb" is innocent and childlike. The Lamb is in rhymed couplets in a basic trochaic metre. [ [ This metre is often found in children?s verse and so enhances the impression of simplicity. ] ]
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The speaker in “The Lamb” describes Christ as a — a. meadow c. voice b. river d. child
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The speaker in “The Lamb” describes Christ as a — child.
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