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Little Mr. Tinley He wished to own a horse, but he only had a donkey.

And to make things worse, his donkey was taller than its master. F...

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Little Mr. Tinley He wished to own a horse, but he only had a donkey.

And to make things worse, his donkey was taller than its master.
For such a small creature its tail was very long.
Every time it was tied to rest for the day, the donkey found a way to somehow sneak outside.
Mr. Tinley ran to catch it so nobody could watch a little lonely man's leash, and his enormous donkey.
23 Which line from the poem is an example of alliteration?
A. a little lonely man's leash B. so nobody could watch C. and to make things worse D. the donkey found a way

Answer

A. A little lonely man's leash.
Alliteration is the repetition of the same letters in a sentence or phrase.
Hope that helps

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