Why is the following grammar not LL(1)

Consider the following grammar:

S → bAb   | bBa A → aS   | CB B → b   | Bc C → c   | cC 

I have to provide the reasons as to why this grammar is not LL(1). So far all I can think of is that the grammar is not left factored given the productions:

S → bAb   | bBa 

But I am also wondering if the grammar is left recursive due to the productions:

B → b   | Bc 

Options provided are:

  • This grammar has left recursion. (Unsure)
  • This grammar has right recursion. (Would not make grammar not LL(1))
  • This grammar is ambiguous. (Unsure)
  • This grammar is not left factored. (Correct)
  • This grammar can produce infinitely many distinct strings. (This shouldn’t affect a grammar right?)

As far as I can tell, the grammar is not ambiguous, I have tried 3 different inputs and all have resulted in a single parse tree. So is this grammar not LL(1) just because of the lack of left factoring? or also because the grammar is left recursive?