Why is the iambic pentameter particularly useful in shakespeare’s drama macbeth?

Why is the iambic pentameter particularly useful in shakespeare's drama macbeth? a. in a drama, the lines are spoken aloud, and this meter follows the natural voice pattern. b. in a drama, the lines are best spoken, and this meter has all stressed syllables. c. in a play, the lines are not spoken, so the meter doesn't matter. d. in a drama, the lines are best written in plain verse, such as iambic pentameter, so everyone can understand them.

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The answer is D. hope this helped

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In a drama, the lines are spoken aloud, and this meter follows the natural voice pattern

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A. in a drama, the lines are spoken aloud, and this meter follows the natural voice pattern- APEX 
It showed how refined his characters were. It tended to show a more eloquent way of speaking. The way iambic pentameter  works is a combination of 5 stressed and 5 unstressed syllables its almost chant like which shows the witch sisters almost hypnotic way of speaking. It allows us to know they are witches.
The iambic pentameter was particularly useful in Shakespeare's drama Macbeth because A) in a drama, the lines are spoken aloud, and this meter follows the natural voice pattern. 

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