Which sentence from the passage best supports his inference?
Beowulf, Ecgtheow's son, replied:
"Well, friend Unferth, you have had your say
about Breca and me. But it was mostly beer
that was doing the talking. The truth is this:
when the going was heavy in those high waves,
I was the strongest swimmer of all.
We'd been children together and we grew up
daring ourselves to outdo each other,
boasting and urging each other to risk
our lives on the sea.
Now read Luka's inference.
Even though he's a warrior, Beowulf often uses diplomacy instead of rushing to anger and aggression.