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Questions that I got wrong: 6. In context, lines 6-7 ("I loved . . . be") can best be understood to do which of the following? The answer I chose:A,To celebrate the mystery of love. The correct answer: E,To describe an opposition that will later be rejected. I chose “A” because when the poem used words like “guessed” and “might or might not”, that made the word “mystery” stand out to me. In my mind, I thought that the author was trying to make love sound like a mystery. To know how to answer this question correctly, you have to break down the poem and understand the words being used in the correct way. For me, it helped to go back and re-read it while painting a mental picture of what’s being said in my head. Questions that I almost got wrong: 2. In context, the "friendly cooings of my dove" (line 3) is best understood to represent the speaker's