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Unferth challenges Beowulf, claiming he challenged Breca to a dangerous swimming match and then lost. How is Unferth's taunt helpful to the plot of the poem?
It foreshadows Beowulf's future failure.
It reveals Beowulf as a calm, collected warrior.
It shows the ingratitude of the Danes.
It foreshadows Unferth's future antagonism
It introduces Breca