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2.10 Multiple Choice2. In context, the "friendly cooings of my dove" (line 3) is best understood to represent the speaker's(A) yearning for freedom(B) hope for a reconciliation(C) moderate degree of feeling(D) attempt to strengthen a bond(E) weak effort to communicateI thought this question was harder to answer since it asked what was “best understood” which can be sometimes argued so in order to get this answer correct by analyzing the context around the phrase and using critical thinking skills to picking the best choice at what the speaker was thinking. 4. In a Petrarchan sonnet, the "turn" generally occurs between the octave and the sestet, but here it occurs between lines 7 and 8. Which of the following is the most plausible explanation for this departure from the conventional pattern?(A) By rejecting common poetic practices, the departure conveys the speaker's contempt for social conventions.(B) By changing the structure of a Petrarchan sonnet, the departure demonstrates the speaker's cosmopolitan worldview.